This is my Personal Journey to help myself and others stay fit over 45

About me

About me

The genesis of this blog. My goal is to interview a series of fitness experts, people that I know and, like me, share a passion for fitness. These guys and ladies know their stuff, They have a thirst and a passion for it and they`re the kind of people that I like to hang with.

So stay tuned and join me in my journey to stay fit over 45. Men and women under 45 are also welcome :).

My passion for fitness began in 1981 when my father, Larry Marr, bought me my first Weider Weight set…

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Articles

Articles

Hara Hachi Bu – Stop Eating When You Are 80% Full

Hara Hachi Bu is a Confucian teaching that instructs people to eat until they are 80 percent full. FitAfter45 contributor and family friend Rose De Marco recently shared this concept with me.  Rose, who is a health and wellness enthusiast, learned the expression in her Culinary Nutrition Expert pro…
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Travis Kelce and Johnny Olsen Discuss The Impact Of Staying Injury-Free

Travis Kelce has the most 1000 yard seasons of any tight end in NFL history.  A huge part of that is Travis’s ability to stay injury-free and that is a byproduct of his training regime. Travis in part credits Johnny and his team with “working his tail off every offseason”. This be…
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5 Tips for Improving Your Deadlift

When it comes to performing deadlifts with an Olympic barbell, my go-to method is the squat stance deadlift. Essentially, it’s a stance similar to your squat but maybe a tad wider and a bit more upright than your conventional closed stance position. Think of it as taking the best of both world…
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Exercises

Exercises

The injuries are starting to pile up — my back, my elbow and my knees. You name it, I have had it. I had to take a step back and realized that if I want continue to do this stuff in my 90’s (that’s the plan :)), I have to take a look at not just training, but how I am training.

The injuries are starting to pile up — my back, my elbow and my knees. You name it, I have had it. I had to take a step back and realized that if I want continue to do this stuff in my 90’s (that’s the plan :)), I have to take a look at not just training, but how I am training.

Recipes

Recipes

Keto Soup Loaded With Vegetables

If you are following a ketogenic diet (high in healthy fats, moderate protein, and lower carb), it is imperative that you consume vegetables – lots of them!!! The key is choosing the right ones that enable you to get the nutrients you need to stay healthy while still allowing your body to use …
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SAVOURY KALE CHIPS

1. Preheat oven to 300°. 2. Line 2 baking sheets with unbleached baking parchment paper. 3. Pull leaves away from stem. Grab the base of the stem with one hand. Then, push outwards along the stem to slide off the leaves. You can also remove the leaves by sliding a sharp knife along both edges...
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