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A Guide to Proper Diet and Nutrition With Parkinson’s Disease

Did you know that almost 680,000 deaths a year can be directly attributed to nutrition-related illnesses? If you have Parkinson’s disease, then the way you eat is more important than ever. The reason for this is that your food can help you maintain the disease...

The Benefits of Working With a Parkinson’s Exercise Trainer

What if there was an easy way to get relief from Parkinson’s Disease? Many with this condition get relief every day from the right Parkinson’s exercise routine. But if you don’t know what you are doing, this routine could end up making you feel worse...

Symptoms a Specialized Parkinson’s Personal Trainer Helps Relieve

It’s no secret that Parkinson’s is a condition that can easily complicate your life. Unfortunately, we still don’t fully understand how to cure it. The good news, however, is that working with a personal trainer could potentially minimize the...

Best 12 Pieces of Balance Exercise Equipment

A major component of workouts with my clients over the past 30 years incorporates exercises to improve balance. Balance training is beneficial at all ages whether you are a kid, older adult or senior. Balance training would be good to add in to one’s fitness...

5 Exercises to Combat Rigidity in Parkinson’s

What if Parkinson’s didn’t have to slow you down? One of the worst parts of Parkinson’s is that it causes stiffness and rigidity. This can make it difficult to move around the house, much less to go to work or visit family members. However, you can...

20 Ways To Help You Develop the Habit of Exercising  

This is great that you are looking forward ways to develop the habit of exercising and fit exercise into your busy schedule.  I personally love exercising.  I feel great when I exercise.  I personally love helping people schedule out times to ensure...


How Would You Like to get in your best shape? Training For All Ages wants to help you. Jonathan Rose, Master Trainer and owner of Training For All Ages, vision and deep desire is to motivate, inspire, and teach as many people in the world to build and create their best lives through building great habits.  He wants to see people prioritize exercising, do what is most important and meaningful in their lives, and take time to rest and relax.

Jonathan is very passionate about how people develop habits.  He is very concerned with the amount of people who lead inactive lifestyles and are overweight and out of shape.  He wants to see as many people in the world exercising regularly.  Some people are internally motivated and driven to exercise and go after what is important in their lives. Unfortunately, many people aren’t.

He developed planners and workbooks to get people to plan out their workouts and what is important in their lives and do a number of things to develop the habit of exercising.  In Atomic Habits James Clear talks about steps to build a habit.  Two of the steps are to make it obvious and attractive.

Jonathan was inspired to create many different products like signs, clothes, mugs, phone cases, and wall art with different sayings on them to inspire and remind people to exercise.  He created sayings to get people to think about how exercise makes ones life better to get them to think regularly about how much better their life is because they exercise.  He created products that say I love hiking and I love walking at the beach to get them to think often about how amazing going out in nature hiking looking at the beautiful mountain and ocean views and going to the beach looking and listening to the water.  He wanted people to be reminded of how amazing it is to exercise in nature to remind them to go either by themselves or with the people they care about.  He thinks that if people think positively about exercising and reflect on how much better their life is it will lead to them exercising more and building the habit of exercising.

He created a number of different sayings with positive affirmations on them to get them to think positively about their lives and think better about themselves and life.  He created sayings like I am joyful to think about what there is in life to be joyful and to get them to reflect on what is good in life.  He created products with the saying I am courageous so they can affirm being courageous and face their fears with courage.

Jonathan’s thought is that if people are reminded of various sayings it will inspire them and help them build great habits.  Reading tips in a book is helpful, however by planning things out and visually seeing things brings things to life and puts it in front of a person often.  He believes if people have things with positive sayings on them it will also inspire others to exercise and develop the habit of exercising. 

Training For All Ages wants to help and inspire you to:

  • Developing the habit of exercising regularly and eating healthy.
  • Get in touch with how important exercising is so you will be motivated to plan time for it.
  • Plan out your life making time to exercise, time to do what is important and meaningful in your life and time to relax.
  • Remind you to exercise and make you want to do it.
  • Provide you with many ways for you to get connected with how great exercise makes you feel and how it makes your life better.
  • Provide you with the best exercise programs and equipment so you can get in your best shape.


Exercise With Family

Sayings Of Dogs

Sneakers With Affirmations

Men’s Clothes With Affirmation

Women’s Clothes of Sports

iPhone Case With Affirmation

I Feel Awesome When I Exercise Sign

Sign With Affirmation

Exercise In Nature

Photos of Exercise In Nature

sayings to Inspire and Motivate you to exercise

Our thoughts can strongly influence how we feel and ultimately what we do.  By changing the way we think about exercising it can help to change the way we feel about exercising and ultimately influence and lead to choosing to exercise or not.

  • Reframe what you think about exercise.
  • Change how you feel about exercise.
  • Change whether you exercise or not.

What you think about exercise can greatly influence if you choose to do it or not. It’s easy to say things like: I don’t like to exercise, exercise is painful, I’m not in the mood, exercise is boring, I’ll do it later, I know I should exercise, etc. Signs with sayings around you that express your positive thoughts and feelings about exercise can be a great reminder to you. These positive thoughts and feelings can help you form deeper positive associations with exercise helping to lead you to exercising.

If you start to see sayings like, “I feel great when I exercise,” “I look and feel better because I exercise,” “I love exercising,” “I look forward to exercising,” it can help to form a positive connection with exercise. If I thought something positive like I feel great when I exercise, it could lead me to saying I want to feel great, I’ll exercise. If you have great times hiking and you see a sign that says I love hiking, you might think to yourself about going hiking.

Picture yourself working out or hiking. You have a great time, feel better, or have a positive experience from it. Now picture yourself in your home with nothing to remind you about exercising. Do you think you would think about exercising, how great you feel when you exercise, how much you loved the hike you went on or any positive experience you had exercising? You probably won’t.

By not thinking about or being reminded of your positive feelings of exercising can lead you to go back to not thinking about exercising and possibly going back to saying things like I don’t my have time to workout, I’ll do it later, exercise is boring, etc. I think the more positive associations you have with exercising can help to motivate and inspire you to exercise.

Are you ready to get started on your fitness journey?  Let Training For All Ages provide you with the best equipment that Master Trainer Jonathan Rose has carefully selected himself.  Set yourself up for success with the right equipment so you can achieve your fitness goals and get in your best shape to:

  • Strength Your Core
  • Lose Weight and Reduce Body Fat
  • Improve Your Balance
  • Stretch Tight Muscles and Improve Your Flexibility
  • Get Knots out of Tight Muscles
  • Get Stronger
  • Get Leaner, More Toned and Defined Muscles
  • Improve Your Endurance and Stamina
  • Improve Your Overall Health
  • Improve Your Mood and Reduce Stress

Activity Trackers

Balance Training

Exercise Mat

Weight Training and Toning

Change What you Think

Change How You Feel

Change What You Do


“My Dog Is The Best Cardio Trainer” Mug

I feel better when i exercise

Personalized “I Love Walking With My Daddy” Baby short sleeve one piece

Personalized “I Love Walking With My Baby” Unisex Hoodie

“I Love Hiking” Short-Sleeve Unisex T-Shirt

“I Love Hiking” Shoes Unisex White Breathable Lace-up Sneakers

“I Love Walking” Short-Sleeve Unisex T-Shirt

Jonathan Rose wants as many people as possible to reap the amazing benefits of exercising regularly and eating healthy.  He provides people with exercise programs that are specifically designed for them to set them up for success to get on a well rounded exercise program helping them:  get stronger, more flexible, reduce weight and body fat if needed, improve posture, improve balance, mobility and agility, as well as stamina.  

Since 1992 he has been training children, adults and seniors to help them get in their best shape.  He specializes in working with seniors and people with Parkinson’s. He is very concerned about older people getting regular exercise so they have the strength, mobility and balance to live their lives and to decrease their vulnerability to falling.  He also trains caregivers and family members to help incorporate exercise in the people they are taking care of.  He develops programs for people who have Parkinson’s to manage and reduce their symptoms and teaches the caregivers and family members to help manage as well.  He teaches them exercises and stretches to do.  

Jonathan has a degree in Exercise Science and is a NASM Master Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, Senior Specialist, Weight Loss Specialist, and Behavior Change Specialist.  He is also a Corrective Exercise Specialist in The Biomechanics Method as well as has two certifications by Gary Gray, Certification in Applied Functional Science and 3D Maps.

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