Staying in shape after 50 does not have to be expensive or boring
Baby Boomer Fitness on the Cheap
by Gary Foreman
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Whether you are approaching retirement or have already retired, we all know it is important to continue exercising as we grow older, but we also all know that gym memberships can get pricey. Or perhaps a gym environment is just not that appealing to you. In this Dollar Stretcher Interview with fitness expert Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA of FunAndFit.org, we get some some cheap ideas for staying in shape while staying on a budget and staying out of the gym, if you prefer.
Kymberly Williams-Evans, MA has taught fitness on 4 continents in 4 languages for 30 years to over 20,000 live participants. Visit her site at FunAndFit.org.
Gary Foreman is a former financial planner and purchasing manager who founded The Dollar Stretcher.com website and newsletters in 1996. He's been featured in MSN Money, Yahoo Finance, Fox Business, The Nightly Business Report, US News Money, Credit.com and CreditCards.com. Gary shares his philosophy of money here. You can follow Gary on Twitter. Gary is also available for audio, video or print interviews. For more info see his media page.
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