#521 JennyFitStart – YouTube Star, Jenny McClendon

Mar 18, 2021 | aging, books, culture, Health, politics, seniors, technology

The Not Old Better Show, Fitness Friday Interview Series

JennyFitStart – YouTube Star, Jenny McClendon
The Not Old Better Show, Fitness Friday Interview Series
Welcome to The Not Old Better Show.  I’m Paul Vogelzang, and this is episode #521.  Today’s show is brought to you by Relief Factor.

As part of our Fitness Friday exercise series, our guest today is YouTube fitness professional for the Not Old Better Show audience of the 55+ age community, Jenny McClendon. Jenny McClendon MS, PT, is a well known fitness enthusiast with over 28 years experience in the fitness industry. As a licensed Physical Therapist, it is of highest importance to Jenny McClendon that these exercises are safe, easy to follow, and appropriate!  Jenny McClendon has a HUGE love for teaching seniors and beginners! Jenny’s FitStart classes are for all levels, sizes, and ages. Jenny McClendon is known for being “real”, personable, encouraging, and non-intimidating and you will feel comfortable doing these videos!
As a matter of fact, speaking of video, as a Not Old Better Show audience bonus, please check out my YouTube Channel, NotOldBetter, for a special video version of this interview, with clips of me in Jenny’s workout classes.  Video never lies and you’ll see my bright shiny face doing these exercises right along with Jenny.
So check that out, and now please join me and Jenny McClendon, via internet phone for our Fitness Friday audio interview.
We’ll be right back with YouTube Senior Fitness star, Jenny McClendon, and you’ll find out how Jenny does her classes, the use of hand weights, and how to outfit our own home gym.  Don’t miss it…
Thank you to sponsor Relief Factor for sponsoring the show today.  My special thanks to YouTube Fitness for Seniors star Jenny McClendon for her generous time today.  I’ll end the show on a sad note to commentate the passing of my younger sister’s husband, Dr. Barry Sinervo, a professor at the University of California in Santa Cruz (UCSC) – has passed away after a long struggle against cancer. Barry became famous for his groundbreaking research on egg size and maternal effects in lizards and sea urchins, where he pioneered the use of “allometric engineering”.  I’ll link HERE to a wonderful tribute to Barry.  I love science to this day because of Barry Sinervo.  We’ll miss him and his brilliance.
My thanks to you my dear Not Old Better Show audience for your company today, and I hope you’ll join me next time.  Be safe, be healthy, and please practice smart social distancing, and remember, Let’s talk about better. The Not Old Better Show. Thanks, everybody.
Connect w/ Jenny!
Jenny’s Fit Bunch: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHufaoaq1VqjHvnv8zvg9pQ/join