Fearless Aging


fit old person
There is nothing more important than your daily exercise. You can become lean, fit, happy, optimistic, motivated, and brimming with vim and vigor. This is the good life and it is waiting just for you. My objective is to motivate the 78 million Baby Boomers to embrace a program of total health and to create a bold new vision of the maturing process. Everyone over 50 years of age is invited to attend our free lecture on Fearless Aging on Tuesday, April 21st or Tuesday, April 28th at 3:00 pm held at the Jewish Community Center located at 7900 Northaven Road, Dallas, Texas 75230.

Victor Hugo said, “There is nothing more powerful in all the world, than an idea whose time has come”. Now is the time to begin the Baby Boomer Fitness Revolution that will allow us to become healthy role models for our children and grandchildren. We have a chance to redefine the entire aging process and live a fully functional life. As Baby Boomers, we have an unprecedented opportunity to be the leading edge in a societal shift toward total health that will likely lead to an unleashing of unlimited human potential.

sequoia treeThe average baby boomer in good health will most likely live another 40 to 50 years. You can stay vital, healthy, and active for all of your life. We need to open ourselves up to a second huge and timeless life and not get stuck in pessimism, fear, and retreat. Everyone can benefit from this motivational speech regardless of your present fitness level. You can become an active agent of change in your own health and fitness. You have the ability to rejuvenate your life and this could be the launching pad for your fitness success.

If you would like to meet new people and join a group of like minded people interested in fearless aging and a lifetime of total health, please join us for this free lecture which is part of the Lieberman Family Wellness Program. We will discuss the 5 major components of total health.

  1. Healthy Eating for the rest of your life
  2. Cardiovascular conditioning
  3. Strength training
  4. Core strength, balance, and flexibility
  5. Building a healthy brain and making the body-mind connection

Both lectures will be given by John Ranello. John is a personal trainer certified by the Cooper Institute. John has worked with both Jack LaLanne and Richard Simmons and has over 40 years of experience in the fitness industry. For more information please contact John at 214-587-9812 or johnranello@hotmail.com.


About jccdallas

The Jewish Community Center of Dallas is part of your extended family, your home away from home − providing programs and services for all ages and stages in life. Within our walls or around the world, our members gather together to meet, play, learn, celebrate, and be part of the Community. Everyone, regardless of age, race, religious affiliation, or any other protected status, is welcome.
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