What Is SeniorsGetFit.com all about?

Hi, I’m Joe Lilli.

I’d like to welcome all senior men and women to SeniorsGetFit.com . . . a site intended to help you look and feel better by improving your overall health and fitness. 

Toward that end, in the weeks and months ahead I’ll be posting articles, reports, tips, videos, and more on how you can achieve far better health and fitness.   

One of the most important topics I’ll cover is getting your body physically fit.

Let’s face it, as we age our body changes in many not so pleasant ways. You know what I mean. 

That’s why as a senior, I know getting – and staying – in good physical shape is important.

After all, who wants to be obese or parade around with ugly pounds of fat . . .  suffer from weak, achy joints . . . deal with any number of health issues such as heart problems, diabetes, and low libido . . . or simply lack the energy to work or enjoy the fun things in life?

In the weeks and months ahead, I’ll lay out for you what you can do to get in the best physical shape of your life.  And overcome or avoid all kinds of health issues.

But getting your body in better shape is only part of getting fit.

You’re also going to learn how to become “nutritionally fit.”

So . . . what you eat and what you shouldn’t eat is another part of the picture.

Besides the proper foods, becoming nutritionally fit also includes knowing what vitamins and nutritional supplements you should add to your diet. The USDA reports that most, if not all, of the fruits and vegetables grown today contain significantly fewer vitamins and minerals than they contained 40, 50, and 60 years ago – thanks to the way farming is now practiced.

When you consume the right kinds of food and supplement with pharmaceutical-grade vitamins and other nutritional aids, you attain fitness at the cellular level. This is how you can defy aging, and either overcome or prevent serious health problems. 

But that’s not all.

I’ll also be telling you about other health-related topics of interest that ultimately can contribute to your fitness and overall wellness as a senior.

Naturally, I’d love to get your feedback, so feel free to comment. And if you have any suggestions about topics you’d like for me to cover, please let me know. I’m here to serve you.

Meanwhile, bookmark this site to make it easy to keep comin’ back for the “fitness time of your life.”