Whatever age you are, whatever your current health and fitness, we suggest you do the following:


You need to get checked out and talk to your medical practitioner. You must only start building your fitness once you have cleared the way.

Don’t hesitate – book that check-up and discussion with your doctor or other medical adviser and tell them what you are planning to do. Do this now.


Understand that your fitness programme should embrace the five key areas of strength, stamina, mobility and movement, poise and posture, and mental health exercises.

Go through the sections of this site and start watching the videos in each area of fitness. Use our articles to read up on what you can do, and how you can do it.


You can only progress so far, and you will limit the good you can do, unless you also work on your nutrition.

Review your nutritional habits and think of these in context of your fitness, start developing super nutrition into your ongoing work. Use our nutrition centre to help you.


Sketch out your own individual programme.

You don’t have to go mad and develop a 30-page plan (but do so if you want to!) – however you must work out what you need to do, embracing the five areas, the nutrition and all based on your needs. Then, sketch out how you are going to begin and move on from there, just write it out and commit to it – you can develop and build your programme of fitness training and efforts as you progress.



Watch the videos and then start walking, resisting, stretching, pumping, lifting, planking, opening up, boxing, dancing, standing on your head, visualising, breathing and all the other things that will get you to being as fit as you can be.

And then build and build from there…..

And don’t stop.

That’s how you can go from 70 to 50, from 50 to 30 and so on. You are never too old to start, you are never too old to make a massive difference.