Posts for Fit At Any Age

Fit At Any Age: 50’s

June 10, 2017

I recently collaborated with Mens Health to bring to life an informative article titled, “Fit At Any Age”. And although you’ll have to grab yourself…

Fit At Any Age: 40’s

June 9, 2017

I recently collaborated with Mens Health to bring to life an informative article titled, “Fit At Any Age”. And although you’ll have to grab yourself…

Fit At Any Age: 30’s

June 8, 2017

I recently collaborated with Mens Health to bring to life an informative article titled, “Fit At Any Age”. And although you’ll have to grab yourself…

Fit At Any Age: 20’s

June 7, 2017

I recently collaborated with Mens Health to bring to life an informative article titled, “Fit At Any Age”. And although you’ll have to grab yourself…

Instagram: @Trainer_Hinton

  • Not too sure what I’m more excited about - the fact that I can start rehab or that I can start earning free @kauaisa smoothies again.
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Either way, the stoke is high today!
  • Kept the tradition alive.
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Although not the regular kind of long-ride, a long ride nonetheless.
  • I’m not one for popularity contests, but this one has the power to change a life.
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Voting for the SA Sports Blog of the Year in association with #SABlogAwards is now open!
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Rules are simple. Click the link in my bio, cast your vote, wait for the winner to be announced at the end of December.
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So if you’re a fan of www.Trainer-Hinton.com, I ask you to please take 30 seconds to cast your vote.
#❤️
  • Sorry to burst your bubble, but the Capital is kinda cool.
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I recently buzzed through PTA, sipping on the best coffee this growing city has to offer.
Honestly, I was blown away!
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Read the full story over on my blog (link in bio) for A Hipsters Guide to Coffee in the Capital.
  • So here’s a little open heart honesty for you.
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A few months ago my world was rocked. From a lifetime high of my first ever World Champs to a lifetime low of returning to a changed home, my emotions have been on an endless roller coaster. 
My drug became training. But running on emotion rather then knowledge is never wise and I was quick to suffer. Five weeks later and my glute is still refusing to play ball. 
Now, stripped from distraction, my mind has become my greatest tool. And it’s a beautiful thing of that. Something that I would never have discovered if life were so easy. 
So here’s to a new me. A happier me, a more self-fulfilled me, a stronger me. Here’s to walking the streets with a clear mind and happy heart. Here’s to celebrating the human body. Here’s to creating the world we live in.
  • Here's to welcoming a new week with open arms.

Let thy be a good one.