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How to Train the Boomers Safely and Effectively

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Endurance Sports, Kettlebells, Strength and Conditioning

The fitness industry is in for a big change soon, and if you’re a coach or trainer you’ll want to be aware of how it will affect your business.

 

After World War II there was a so-called baby boom. The population increased quickly, and this lasted from 1946 to 1964. The Boomers were the first generation to really have more than their parents. While their parents were born during the years of the Great Depression or just afterward, the Boomers rode on the back of a massive economic upsweep that saw some amazing times in human development. From television to walking on the moon, the Boomers went for it.

 

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