Meet a Track & Field Masters Athlete

Recently, Forever Fit Science attended the Huntsman Senior Games, where we stopped to talk with 52-year old professional runner Cindy Blakeley-Cameron. Cindy speaks with us about her professional running history and the records she has set, shares her tips on staying in strong running shape, and gives advice for masters individuals trying to get into track and field.

Learn from a pro how cross training, running 5 days a week, keeping in touch with your body, eating healthily, getting a lot of rest, and constantly making good decisions for your health can help you become a masters athlete too.You Might Like:

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