In this episode, I chat with my daughter, Astrid, who updates us on her New Year’s Resolution.
Then, I interview Bob Maves who is an expert at making women and people over the age of 45 fit, healthy, and strong.
Bob Maves is an expert in martial arts and training women over the age of 45. He helps them find good health and fitness and their feminine figure. As part of the trio at Horizon Sports, Bob uses video assessment to find a woman’s physical strengths and weaknesses to develop a program to complement their physique and fitness goals.
Bob believes that everybody is an athlete, regardless of their profession or recreation. We should all be trained as athletes in order to keep our bodies at maximum mobility.
He specializes in those over 45 because he feels they need the most help and as a senior himself, he has lots of experience.
Maves bares a slight resemblance to Jonathan Banks who plays Mike on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul. He is kinder, empathetic, friendlier, and personable – but, he could definitely kick some ass if provoked. Yet, his quiet confidence shows that he keeps it under control.
Bob practices what he preaches and is one of the most fit and spry people I’ve met. He moves and carries himself like a fit person in their 40s, but at 70 he excels over most of his peers. Why? Because he keeps moving.
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