Food & Fitness After 50: Recovery After Hard Exercise

Many folks over the age of 50 are incredibility active: pickleball, tennis, swimming, running, hiking, and cycling are all popular with the 50+ crowd. I am often asked about hydration and recovery strategies and sometimes I hear some crazy things. So, what do you really need to help your body recover after a long, hardContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: Recovery After Hard Exercise”

Food & Fitness After 50: “If you are waiting for someone to motivate you, you’re doing it all wrong!”

Charles doesn’t mind letting people know he is competing in the 85-89-year-old category of the USA Track & Field National Masters Championships. “We need to stop the nonsense that we are too old to do anything,” he tells me during our phone interview. For 24 years, Charles was professor of computer information systems, but his realContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: “If you are waiting for someone to motivate you, you’re doing it all wrong!””

Food & Fitness After 50: The Power of Moving Well to Be Well

  Now at age 75, Harry doesn’t run marathons anymore, but after completing 11 marathons, he is still running 5-6 miles four days a week with a longer run thrown in to keep it interesting. He also walks and occasionally cycles. He works fitness into everyday life, like walking the stairs, standing on one legContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: The Power of Moving Well to Be Well”

Food & Fitness After 50: Does your food support your fitness?

This post is a summary of a nutrition session I conducted for the Bell Family YMCA in Hartwell, GA on November 14 & 28, 2017. Are you doing all you can to achieve your fitness goals with the foods you choose? Before you can answer that question, it is important to step back and askContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: Does your food support your fitness?”

Food & Fitness After 50: Top 5 Exercise Tips

This guest blog post was written by Dr. Bob Murray In Food & Fitness After 50, we describe the importance of regular exercise for health and longevity.  We know that for many people, words such as “exercise”, “training”, and “workouts” are turn-offs, terms they can’t relate to and don’t want to consider as part ofContinue reading “Food & Fitness After 50: Top 5 Exercise Tips”

Fit to Eat by Chris Rosenbloom, PhD, RD

Happy New Year! For five years I wrote a weekly column for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution titled “Fit to Eat.” As newspapers continue to shrink in size, scope, and importance, I will carry my column forward in this blog. As a nutrition professor and registered dietitian, I will write about food, nutrition, and fitness and hopeContinue reading “Fit to Eat by Chris Rosenbloom, PhD, RD”