Fitness Tips from a 79-year-old Wellness Coach


An active lifestyle makes all the difference for older adults

Kenmore’s Budd Seslar reinvented himself at age 64 when he switched careers and earned his Personal Training Certificate. That was 15 years ago.

Since then, this 79-year-old world-class Master’s cyclist has been training and coaching the over-45 crowd to help them achieve their goals.

“You will find that a more active lifestyle makes all the difference,” says Seslar.

See what else Seslar has to say about fitness, motivation, and how important the social scene is when working out.

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