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Take Back Your Life:


By Wendy Ida


It’s not your imagination. Your body really isn’t the same as it was twenty years ago.


Childbearing, old injuries, meno- pause, medications and metabolism changes have profound effects on your body’s strength, stamina and appearance. As you’ve prob- ably noticed, the foods you once ate without gaining an ounce now seem to bypass your stomach and go straight to your hips. The workout or the sport that left you energized and relaxed just a few years ago now leaves sore muscles and joint twinges. Sex seems like just another thing to check off on the ‘to do’ list before you can fall asleep.


The good news is, you can go back to being energized again with fewer or no muscle aches. You can love


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your body, feel sexy and get in the mood for great sex again. You just need to learn how to do the things you love a little differently than you did when you were younger. That’s all.


The boundless enthusiasm that sustained you in your 20s and 30s has morphed into a voice in your head that sounds suspiciously like your mother on a bad day. Many people begin to notice changes in their outlook and in their bodies and find it hard to deal with those changes. They know that their flexibility, stability, agility, strength and cardio abilities have declined, and it seems to get worse with each passing day. Over and over again, I hear clients say, “I used to be able to touch my toes or run around the block or lift 15 lb. weights.” Well


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believe it or not, you can still get back to doing all those things.


You heard the phrase, “It’s not over ‘til it’s over?” Well, it’s true. You can Take Back Your Life, your body, your exercise and your joy. To do that, I’ll help you create a different approach


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