If you’re interested in changing your life, improving your cardiovascular health, building confidence, connecting to nature, and increasing your longevity…It’s not the craziest idea…Running will help you to do just that.
By following these simple tips it is possible to improve your running speed and stay injury-free in your 50s, 60s, 70s, and beyond.
The no. of menopausal women worldwide is estimated to reach 1.1 billion by 2025, you’d think that we would be able to talk openly about it… We’re here to do just that! Here are 5 AMAZING reasons why you should continue running through menopause.
Many people think getting older means that you need to cut back on physical activity to avoid injuries… This is not true, leading an active lifestyle after the age of 50 keeps your muscles and bones strong, your mind sharp, and can add years to your life.
Urinary incontinence is extremely common but NOT normal. It is dysfunction between your core and your pelvic floor.
There are better runs ahead of you as a 50 plus-year-old female runner, as long as you understand that there are new ways to train.
Running isn’t meant to feel like hard work just because you are peri- or postmenopausal… Run to, through and long after menopause by recovering, pacing yourself, building strength, eating well, and keeping consistent.
Beginning to run at any age, even if you are in your 50’s, 60’s, or 70’s is a great way to improve cardiovascular fitness and reap the many health benefits that come hand-in-hand with running.