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Before I could register what I was saying, I’d volunteered myself – and with my heart thumping due to nerves, I found myself at the front, directing dozens of men and women – including the young Twiggy – through a set I thought up on the spot.‘From that day on, I’ve never looked back.After training as an instructor, I opened my own studio and still have die-hard loyal clients who’ve been with me since the start.‘I don’t do Pilates or yoga – they’re too boring.Just talk to your GP about what might be suitable for you.’For those who think gyms are simply a place for the Lycra-clad and body-beautiful, take note: chain Nuffield Health claims that over-74s are the most regular visitors to its facilities.With this in mind, we spoke to five inspirational OAPs who are in the shape of their lives – despite a few aches and pains.I really don’t want a fractured hip – I’ve seen the devastation it can cause.‘If you’ve never been to a class before, don’t be put off by the lingo on your first visit.If you choose a beginners’ group, you’ll soon pick up the moves.’Retired school inspector Pamela Craven, 71, lives in Berkshire with her retired husband Alan, 72, and leads at least seven high-energy fitness classes each week at Les Mills health clubs.

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Researchers from the University of Jyväskylä in Finland drew their conclusions after reviewing 85 studies involving patients with Alzheimer’s, type 2 diabetes and certain cancers.‘If physical activity was a drug, it would be classed as a wonder drug,’ said Professor Dame Sue Bailey, of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, in a report to GPs across the UK.I like to get on down with funky soul music.‘People are always amazed when I say yes, I can do the splits, but it’s not difficult if you’re supple.‘I have no plans to stop my classes or exercising, though I have warned my ladies they must tell me if I start going senile.Keeping fit gives you purpose, keeps you young and ensures balance, posture, stamina and strength are as good as they can be.They have forged new careers in their later years and now help others (of all ages) get as fit as they are.Here, they reveal how you can transform your health, regardless of whether you’re 19 or 90…Lee Janogly, 77, from North London, leads eight fitness classes a week – a mixture of ‘stretch and tone’ classes and one-to-one dance-led personal training.

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