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Gaining Strength Can Slow Down The Aging Process

As we age, there’s no denying that our body isn’t the same as it once was. We have new aches and pains and come to realize that certain activities we used to do without even thinking about are now more difficult. The main reason for these problems is because as we age, we lose muscle mass. Thanks to new research and equipment, you can slow down the aging process by regaining some of your lost muscle mass.

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Why It's So Important To Stay Fit After 50

It’s not just hype, your body truly changes when you turn 50, whether you’re a man or a woman.  Men and women gain that dreaded belly fat and men lose muscle elasticity. Both men and women over 50 also need a longer time to heal from an illness or injury.  Hospitalizations tend to become more frequent because of the loss of muscle mass and bone density.

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fit20 USA's First Regional Developer is Jacksonville Businesswoman

By Scott Butler/jacksonville.com

Jacksonville’s Cathy Battreall is fit20 USA’s first regional developer franchisee, the company announced. Battreall, already an InXpress Shipping & Logistics multi-unit franchisee for several years, was looking for the next big thing and believes fit20 is it: a simple but effective way for maintaining strength and vitality as people age.

The Growing Popularity of the 20 Minute Workout

Where Less is More

All it takes is one quick internet search for “20 Minute Workouts” and a host of articles, exercise suggestions and videos are at your fingertips.  Whether you’re doing a high-intensity workout or a low intensity workout studies have shown that short workouts have the ability to improve fitness, heart health, cholesterol and can maintain or increase muscle mass. 

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New Fitness Studio Offers Perfect Pandemic Workout

By Jean Sealey/Shorelines

Stronger and more fit in one 20-minute session once a week? It is not only possible — it is available now at two Jacksonville area fit20 studios.

Fit20 is a unique training approach first introduced in the Netherlands and imported to the United States in 2018. The quick, simple workout format provides a safe, results-oriented option for those in search of a highly effective workout alternative to a traditional gym setting.

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Meet Raymond Kusch

Raymond Kusch joined the U.S. Army four days after his 17th birthday. Then in 2012, an IED blast in Afghanistan left him severely injured, ultimately causing him to lose his left leg. Kusch tried the fit20 workout and found it challenging and intense, yet accessible to all ages and abilities. Now, Kusch is fit20 USA’s first investment partner and newest shareholder, plus a member of its board of directors.

Healthy Breakfast Recipe

fit20 Fuel: The Eggle

Eating a healthy breakfast fuels your body for the day. As the name suggests, break-fast breaks the overnight fasting period. It replenishes your supply of glucose to boost your energy levels and alertness, while also providing other essential nutrients required for good health. Try this month's fit20 Fuel recipe!

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Meet Cathy Battreall fit20

Queen's Harbor Life

Queen's Harbor caught up with new Business Sponsor Cathy Battreall of fit20. fit20 is a totally unique way to tone and strengthen the body. From the moment you walk into the inviting studios, you know it's a special place. Let's find out more.

Why Slow Strength Training is a Game Changer

For many people, it feels overwhelming to start working on a healthier lifestyle.  Reduce stress, exercise daily, change diet, increase meaningful social contact, sleep 8 hrs per night.  The list goes on and on.  Where to start?  It can feel so overwhelming that inaction is often the chosen path.  The new method of slow intensive strength training is an excellent example.