“Toughness is in the soul and spirit, and not in muscles” – Alex Karras

Posted by on January 12, 2017 in Featured News & Events, News, Social Outreach

“Toughness is in the soul and spirit, and not in muscles” – Alex Karras

Each January, people tend to be weary from holiday festivities that took place over the past two months.  This is no different for senior citizens.  However, our bodies are our temples and should be treated with care.  Aging adults may or may not be able to run a 5K or perform repetitions of pushups, but there are always options to keep moving.  Most aging adults struggle with the vicious cycle of complacency due to the inability to move in the manner they were accustomed to because of joint problems, heart issues, arthritis and more.  This is why good circulation and muscle stability are key factors for ensuring long-term mobility.

Brenda Munden, owner of Fun Size Fitness and Keller, TX resident is a Certified Personal Trainer and Health Coach who is not only focused on helping people achieve and maintain their health and fitness goals, but is also very passionate about providing positive solutions for senior citizens.  This is why Mid-Cities Care Corps has invited Brenda to attend the next Senior Social with MCCC on January 17th to share some techniques and tips that seniors can use to keep moving and stay healthy.   Brenda is known for her contagious upbeat personality which is why her clients get excited and energized about their journey to healthy living and maintaining a life-style to ensure long-term success.


Brenda inspires those around her to find balance and embrace faith, family, fitness and nutrition.  When she is not running her own business, you can find Brenda at Battleground Fitness where she continues to train loyal clients or on the web sharing health and fitness tips with humor.  Don’t miss Brenda’s video series this month on Facebook and Twitter.


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