Triathlons at 60 and yoga at 90 — it’s never too late to get fit (from the bolton news)

A great-grandmother to three, she credited her longevity to some weekly yoga exercise, which has kept her fighting fit as people nearly half her age.

It is an encouraging tale for anyone looking for a bit of inspiration to get themselves moving — especially once the food-led festivities of Christmas are over.

With a combined age of more than 220 years, the four have teamed up to help encourage their peers to get back behind the exercise wheel and believe it is never too late to get fitter and healthier.

Sixty-year-old Gareth Price turned his health around later in life, completing three Ironman as well as marathon, mountain and cycling challenges in his 50s, and hopes to help others do the same after setting up his gym V1ntage in 2011.

He said: “Every day, I count my blessings.


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“I love the buzz of crossing the finish line knowing it’s something the majority of the population simply wouldn’t even try. Yoga camp day 4 I am passionate about cycling and spinning.

“When the football and squash ended in my mid-thirties, I thought competitive sport was the be all and end all. Hatha yoga poses I just got lazy and I just got fat!

“I feel great, not just physically but mentally. Best yoga poses for fat loss It’s too easy to say, I’ll start my ‘new’ regime soon, when you’re unused to doing regular exercise. Yoga beginner youtube I should know, I did too much talking about it, for way too many years!

He said: “From as far back as I can remember, I have always taken part in some kind of sport including Gaelic football, swimming, cycling, running, skiing, soccer, squash, wrestling, judo and ,of course, triathlon.

“After retiring from being a headteacher of two primary schools and becoming a Tri-England coach I set up Tri-Rivington just over two years ago.

Sandy, who is in his late 50s, founded the gym in 1984 after ten years training in the martial art, gaining Thai boxing titles and two championship titles.

He added: “I started studying martial arts in the Bruce Lee boom after being bullied at school for over three years and did karate and Jujitsu, which lead me to my Thai Boxing Master.

However, despite having a back condition, she has trained herself up and is now the first person to teach ‘Hot Yoga’ in Bolton, based at Gareth’s gym.

She said: “I was born to a cricket-playing father so by the age of 8 I was playing rounders and ran everywhere! By the time I was a teenager I played rounders for county and was a keen hockey and netball player.

“I had three children by the age of 27 so my exercise took a back seat for a while but then after my third child I started to train joining a gym in Bury that had a creche and that was it, I was hooked every minute god sent I was training!

“My passion now is yoga based stuff as I suffer from a back condition but yoga has kept me going and my body is at its best it’s ever been. Yoga blogs tumblr I can safely say exercise is the best form of anti-depressant there is!

A great-grandmother to three, she credited her longevity to some weekly yoga exercise, which has kept her fighting fit as people nearly half her age.

It is an encouraging tale for anyone looking for a bit of inspiration to get themselves moving — especially once the food-led festivities of Christmas are over.

With a combined age of more than 220 years, the four have teamed up to help encourage their peers to get back behind the exercise wheel and believe it is never too late to get fitter and healthier.

Sixty-year-old Gareth Price turned his health around later in life, completing three Ironman as well as marathon, mountain and cycling challenges in his 50s, and hopes to help others do the same after setting up his gym V1ntage in 2011.

He said: “Every day, I count my blessings. Tai chi chuan I work hard and only do things I enjoy. North shore yoga schedule I made that choice in 2009 when I grabbed the opportunity with both hands to take a redundancy package from my job of 25 years.

“I love the buzz of crossing the finish line knowing it’s something the majority of the population simply wouldn’t even try. Yoga loft boulder I am passionate about cycling and spinning.

“When the football and squash ended in my mid-thirties, I thought competitive sport was the be all and end all. Meditation music water I just got lazy and I just got fat!

“I feel great, not just physically but mentally. Yoga tattoo symbols and meanings It’s too easy to say, I’ll start my ‘new’ regime soon, when you’re unused to doing regular exercise. The yoga room nantucket I should know, I did too much talking about it, for way too many years!

He said: “From as far back as I can remember, I have always taken part in some kind of sport including Gaelic football, swimming, cycling, running, skiing, soccer, squash, wrestling, judo and ,of course, triathlon.

“After retiring from being a headteacher of two primary schools and becoming a Tri-England coach I set up Tri-Rivington just over two years ago.

Sandy, who is in his late 50s, founded the gym in 1984 after ten years training in the martial art, gaining Thai boxing titles and two championship titles.

He added: “I started studying martial arts in the Bruce Lee boom after being bullied at school for over three years and did karate and Jujitsu, which lead me to my Thai Boxing Master.

However, despite having a back condition, she has trained herself up and is now the first person to teach ‘Hot Yoga’ in Bolton, based at Gareth’s gym.

She said: “I was born to a cricket-playing father so by the age of 8 I was playing rounders and ran everywhere! By the time I was a teenager I played rounders for county and was a keen hockey and netball player.

“I had three children by the age of 27 so my exercise took a back seat for a while but then after my third child I started to train joining a gym in Bury that had a creche and that was it, I was hooked every minute god sent I was training!

“My passion now is yoga based stuff as I suffer from a back condition but yoga has kept me going and my body is at its best it’s ever been. Fertility yoga atlanta I can safely say exercise is the best form of anti-depressant there is!

A great-grandmother to three, she credited her longevity to some weekly yoga exercise, which has kept her fighting fit as people nearly half her age.

It is an encouraging tale for anyone looking for a bit of inspiration to get themselves moving — especially once the food-led festivities of Christmas are over.

With a combined age of more than 220 years, the four have teamed up to help encourage their peers to get back behind the exercise wheel and believe it is never too late to get fitter and healthier.

Sixty-year-old Gareth Price turned his health around later in life, completing three Ironman as well as marathon, mountain and cycling challenges in his 50s, and hopes to help others do the same after setting up his gym V1ntage in 2011.

He said: “Every day, I count my blessings. Yoga free download dvd I work hard and only do things I enjoy. Postures de yoga pour le dos I made that choice in 2009 when I grabbed the opportunity with both hands to take a redundancy package from my job of 25 years.

“I love the buzz of crossing the finish line knowing it’s something the majority of the population simply wouldn’t even try. Open door yoga weymouth I am passionate about cycling and spinning.

“When the football and squash ended in my mid-thirties, I thought competitive sport was the be all and end all. Yoga stretches for lower back and hips I just got lazy and I just got fat!

“I feel great, not just physically but mentally. Dahn yoga putney It’s too easy to say, I’ll start my ‘new’ regime soon, when you’re unused to doing regular exercise. Intermediate yoga poses chart I should know, I did too much talking about it, for way too many years!

He said: “From as far back as I can remember, I have always taken part in some kind of sport including Gaelic football, swimming, cycling, running, skiing, soccer, squash, wrestling, judo and ,of course, triathlon.

“After retiring from being a headteacher of two primary schools and becoming a Tri-England coach I set up Tri-Rivington just over two years ago.

Sandy, who is in his late 50s, founded the gym in 1984 after ten years training in the martial art, gaining Thai boxing titles and two championship titles.

He added: “I started studying martial arts in the Bruce Lee boom after being bullied at school for over three years and did karate and Jujitsu, which lead me to my Thai Boxing Master.

However, despite having a back condition, she has trained herself up and is now the first person to teach ‘Hot Yoga’ in Bolton, based at Gareth’s gym.

She said: “I was born to a cricket-playing father so by the age of 8 I was playing rounders and ran everywhere! By the time I was a teenager I played rounders for county and was a keen hockey and netball player.

“I had three children by the age of 27 so my exercise took a back seat for a while but then after my third child I started to train joining a gym in Bury that had a creche and that was it, I was hooked every minute god sent I was training!

“My passion now is yoga based stuff as I suffer from a back condition but yoga has kept me going and my body is at its best it’s ever been. Anchorage yoga in the park I can safely say exercise is the best form of anti-depressant there is!

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