Manon Bradley, world champion powerlifter and world record holder tells us why powerlifting is so great for maintaining optimal health as we age.
Suzi Grant of Alternative Ageing went on a retreat where she ate (drank) nothing but juice for five days. She tells us all about it.
Qigong master Katherine Allen tell us how Qigong can improve posture, stability and energy, and why it makes sense to practise this holistic Chinese exercise to promote enhanced longevity.
We talk to brand storyteller Melissa Talago who discovered walking at 40 and has set up a global community to connect and inspire women walkers in midlife and beyond.
Rachel Lankester writes about the day she finally met her idol, Tao Porchon-Lynch, and the inspiring life lessons she has to share.
Jo Moseley of the blog Happy Healthy 50 writes about discovering sport in midlife and the enormous fun she has doing stand up paddleboarding in the sea.
The amazing Sister Madonna Buder is still competing in triathlons at 86 years of age. She’s the running, biking, swimming Iron Nun. What’s your excuse?
Kelly Vero explains how Pilates has transformed her life in her 40s and talks about the changes it has made to her body and self image.
A look at how habits age you and how to break them. And how the study of Parkour helped Julie Angel change her own limiting habits and beliefs.
Lynne Robinson writes about her top moves to get a good stretch while seated at your desk – so you can keep fit even at work.
Looking for a natural remedy for hot flushes and achy joints? Yoga is probably the answer. Here’s why it’s great to try yoga for symptoms of menopause.
Running is an impact sport! It impacts hips, knees, ankles, feet. Here are our top ten tips to get you started or to keep you running after 40.
Getting on your bike can be exhilarating and is great exercise. Here are our top tips for cycling, enjoying the experience and staying safe.
Yoga is the answer to midlife aches and pains, and great for maintaining flexibility. Regular yoga in midlife can be transformative in so many ways.
“There is nothing you cannot do,” Tao Porchon-Lynch Tao Porchon-Lynch, officially the world’s oldest yoga teacher having broken the record when she was just…