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To get the most out of getting older, twice-weekly training at MaxStrength Fitness is the key for Theresa Weiler

In the winter of 2022, Theresa Weiler took a bad spill on the ice, which resulted in a complex ankle fracture and surgery that left her with 10 screws and a plate holding the ankle together. An extended period of rehab motivated the active 63-year-old to focus on improving bone density, strength, balance and flexibility. “It was a wake-up...

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Getting and staying fit as you age can be a challenge

The U.S. population over the age of 65 has grown nearly five times faster than the population over the past 100 years. Much of that statistic is fueled by aging Baby Boomers. What’s one thing this demographic has in common? It’s members want to stay active and engaged with family and friends. In short: live their later years to the...

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The unparalleled fitness model found at MaxStrength Fitness is helping busy professionals reclaim their health

What’s the number one personality trait linked to longevity? According to personality psychology professor David Watson, it’s conscientiousness, having a sense of discipline and organization. “People with high degrees of conscientiousness are better at taking care of themselves,” he says. “Conscientious people don’t do stupid...

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After eight years of training at MaxStrength Fitness, Brian Walsh continues to triumph over his age—and he’s still getting stronger

Americans are retiring at an older age. According to a Gallup survey, the average reported retirement age increased from age 57 in 1991 to 61 in 2022. It also showed that individuals’ planned retirement age increased too, from age 60 in 1996 to 66 in 2022. Experts behind the study theorize that people are working longer because they...

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At 59, Judy Davidson wasn’t prepared to slow down, MaxStrength Fitness is keeping her fit, lean, and motivated

Opening Day may be a few weeks away for the Guardians, but for Judy Davidson, the siren call of baseball is heard year-round. Playing since she was 8 years old, first against her two older brothers in Geauga County, then in high school and adult travel leagues, teams and tournaments across the country, she’s spent much of her free time...

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