There’s a lot to be learned from women who seem to have the whole “aging well” thing figured out. At The Fine Line, we believe not only in embracing our age but leaning on the wisdom of others. So we asked three L.A.-based trainers — one in her 40s, one in her 50s, and one in her 60s — to tell us their best advice for aging healthfully and gracefully.
Julie Diamond is 52. She takes an educational approach to the topic: talking to other women her age, asking questions, and doing research. “Gather as much information as possible,” she says.
Sixty-five-year-old Wendy Ida believes that attitude is everything. Her mantra: “Have hope and keep going.”
At 47, Michelle Lovitt is the youngest of the group. She advises women to understand that what worked 10 or 20 years ago isn’t going to work now. “Manipulate your metabolism,” she says, by continually tweaking your diet and exercise routine.
Watch the video for more wise words from women who’ve built their businesses on the concept of living well — and helping other women do the same.