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Product Details

  • Actors: John Humble, Beth Humble
  • Directors: Yarrow Kraner
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Chisel Industries
  • DVD Release Date: March 22, 2010
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003F296SW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #669,367 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A DVD that could save your life! John Humble's Fountain of Youth comes to the rescue at a time when it's needed most. In 2008 there were 78 million baby boomers with 80,000 people turning 60 every day. If you are one of them, you need this knowledgeable guidance to extend your health, and your life. This non-pretentious, straight-forward, beautiful, and highly effective DVD will step you through exercise, nutrition, and fitness targeted at navigating ailments that affect the over 50 sector.

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One-of-a-kind!! It was an inspiration to both me and my husband. It is a magnificent tool to encourage all of us to a better life. --T.S. - viewer

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He sais it like it is and obviously knows what he is indeed saying.
hannibal
We've always told him that he needs to start doing some weight training to keep him strong and healthy, but he just never would.
C. M. Garcia
Most importantly John's approach is fun, attainable, realistic, and inspirational.
yarrow

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By yarrow on May 9, 2010
John Humble is truly passionate about wanting to help add years to your life. He cares. He's as real as it gets, and his years of experience have led to a recipe for "Forever Young" that is not a gimmick. His beliefs and fitness opinions have been substantiated by the Harvard Medical Journal. Most importantly John's approach is fun, attainable, realistic, and inspirational. John's DVD gives you the balance of lifestyle, resistance training, fitness tips, cardio, nutrition, medical advice and of course... the secret formula.

I've been giving John's DVD to my friends (and their parents), and every single one of them say the same thing: Thank you. But we have John to thank for wanting to make a difference.
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Forever Young is a nutrition, exercise, and general wellness guide for viewers over 50 who seek to keep themselves in optimal physical condition. John Humble, an expert personal trainer of 35 years' experience, presents a "Fountain of Youth" prescription for healthy living to combat common ailments among those over 50. Medical advice from guest experts enhance the four-step program, based around the key of "It is not about you" - that it's important stay healthy not only for one's own sake, but also for the sake of friends, family, and loved ones. The four keystones to better health and better living are resistance training (not bodybuilding, but a form of exercise that can be easily performed with low cost resistance bands), cardio training, good nutrition (especially lean meat, vegetables, fruits and nuts), and one thing more (the viewer is asked to take in the beginning of the DVD and the first three elements before learning about and focusing on the fourth). An excellent guide to staying young in body as well as young at heart, Forever Young lives up to its title and is a highly recommended addition to DVD wellness libraries. 70 minutes.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Karen L on May 9, 2010
Although I am not the target age for Humble's video, I am so glad that I took the time to watch it anyway. Watching Forever Young video in my late 30's, made me realize I need to be doing more NOW to take care of my body and set myself up for success as I get older, especially as a woman living in Montana with an outdoor lifestyle. Most people in that video are much older than me and in WAY better shape... that was a wake up call! Having recently been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, a lot of the exercises (low impact) actually made sense for me to be incorporating into my workouts now. I appreciated that the video was more than just a warm-up, workout and cool down. By knowing more about the philosophy behind the workout and fitness suggestions, it just added more meaning to all the information and training tips provided. The idea of resistance training is far from a new concept for me, but the exercises in the video and the descriptions for why they are so critical, was a very motivating combination.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By hannibal on May 12, 2010
This Humble guy is unreal! He sais it like it is and obviously knows what he is indeed saying. It' about time someone starting looking out for the boomers and seniors on this planet. Take my advice and have a look at this spectacular dvd, it will be the best investment you will ever make. I like him saying it isn't about being lean and mean, but fitter and healthier and happier. Is it possible he has the secret to help all of us aging bodies out? I think so big time. Thanks John.
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This is about the worst DVD for exercise I have ever had the misfortune to buy. This is more of a promotional DVD for an assortment of equipment that the demonstrators use than for helping an older person regain or keep their physical strength and mobility. They rapidly show the watcher how to use whatever piece of equipment for a muscle group and then move on to the next-just a demo-no, now you do it too, i.e. Kathy Smith or Gin Miller,et al. Did I mention that the 1st 1/2 of the DVD is all a bunch of elderly telling you to lose weight and get fit for health, as they walk through Big Sky, MT? After the very brief equipment demo, he goes on to eat right etc,etc, etc.Showing "healthy " foods. What a waste of time and money.. And I am well over 60 and DO workout with Gin Miller and Kathy Smith,etc daily. I was looking for new faces and a little variety-NOT a lecture on joining a gym (I live very rural!) and eating right, things I already know and do. This is not a fitness DVD at all. Just a very long and boring lecture on eating right, doing resistance training as you get older and keep your weight down.
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