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  • Fitness gets personal for Boomers
  • Fitness gets personal for Boomers
    Mary Woods (2011) ©
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Fitness gets personal for Boomers

With life expectancy at an all time high, Boomers are determined to live later life to the full – and that means looking after themselves. But keeping fit can be a chore, regardless of age. In turn, this generation are beginning to embrace a new range of personal training services.

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