Health and Fitness: Stay motivated while taking steps against violence | Newcastle Herald

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As circumstances change rapidly and frequently around the country due to the coronavirus crisis, you may be struggling to keep a semblance of normality. It may mean you have had to revert to working out at home while others might be finding it hard to remain motivated to being active. In what continues to be a challenging time for everyone, it is important to find your focus so you can keep moving. And being ready to adapt if needed is also a good idea. In the past week I have had training and games cancelled due to events unfolding

This 74-Year-Old Woman Went Viral for Her Remarkable Fitness Transformation

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Photo credit: JOAN MACDONALD / INSTAGRAM
Photo credit: JOAN MACDONALD / INSTAGRAM

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There’s no age limit on beginning to prioritize your health and well-being. For Joan MacDonald, motivation to strengthen her body came two years ago—when she was over 70.

Now at 74 years old, Joan has gone viral for her incredible fitness journey, amassing a following of more than 800,000 fans on Instagram. On her page, her bio has a single simple phrase: “You can’t turn back the clock but you can wind it up again.”

Joan’s coach is actually her daughter Michelle MacDonald, who is a professional trainer. On her

74-Year-Old Joan MacDonald’s Fitness Transformation Went Viral

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There’s no age limit on beginning to prioritize your health and well-being. For Joan MacDonald, motivation to strengthen her body came two years ago—when she was over 70.

Now at 74 years old, Joan has gone viral for her incredible fitness journey, amassing a following of more than 800,000 fans on Instagram. On her page, her bio has a single simple phrase: “You can’t turn back the clock but you can wind it up again.”

Joan’s coach is actually her daughter Michelle MacDonald, who is a professional trainer. On her Instagram, Joan posts countless videos from the gym

Lancaster County reports 21 new COVID-19 cases | Health and Fitness

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Lincoln reported 21 new COVID-19 cases Saturday, bringing the community total to 3,287, according to the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department.

The number of deaths in the community remains at 17. There were a total of 190 cases identified in Lincoln for the week ending Saturday, which is the fewest cases in a single week since early July. The positivity rate was also down, with 6% of tests coming back positive — the lowest percentage since