About Senior Health Success And Me

Although “About Senior Health Success And Me” tells you who I am --

this website is ALL ABOUT YOU - the older adult, but young-at-heart. Here’s what I mean by this…       

After my father died of heart disease too young, I slowly began to realize that I had to change my lifestyle to avoid meeting a similar fate. 

Once I accepted that necessity, I wanted to learn more about senior health-related issues -- much more.

As a result, I have the training and professional qualifications that afford me credibility with my clientele. You can rely on me.

More importantly, I found a passionate desire to guide my peers -- the seniors, the baby boomers, the young-at-heart -- toward a healthy lifestyle. 

So that you may enjoy a healthier, independent, long and fulfilling life.

From vision to mission to passion -- it’s how I live my life successfully as a healthy baby boomer...

And you can, too!

That’s what SeniorHealthSuccess.com is all about.

I am a Certified Health Coach -- practicing evidence-based health coaching -- and proud to be a member of the National Society of Health Coaches (NSHC).

I am a Certified Fitness Trainer and Certified Specialist in Senior Fitness, certified by the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA), the industry-leading first fitness organization in the U.S. accredited by a federally recognized agency.   

I am well-prepared to design individualized training programs for clients in accordance with their physician’s recommendations.

My personal physical fitness

  • 2012 USATF Gold Phidippides Award in Long Distance Running
  • 2012 USATF All-American Standard of Excellence competing in marathon, half-marathon and 10 mile races, age group 60-64
  • 2013 qualified for (and, as one of only 19 recipients in the U.S., presented with) the 5-Year USATF Phidippides Award
  • 2013 USATF Silver Phidippides Award in Long Distance Running
  • 2013 USATF All-American Standard of Excellence, half-marathon, age group 65-69
  • 2014 USATF All-American Standard of Excellence, half-marathon, age group 65-69
  • 2014 USATF Bronze Phidippides Award in Long Distance Running
  • 2015 USATF Mountain Running National Champion, age group 65-69

proves that I continually “practice what I preach.” 

Keeping abreast of senior-related developments in evidence-based health coaching, as well as sports and nutrition sciences, uniquely qualifies me to work with seniors.

A senior like you, I am getting younger all the time :)

Come join me!

Yours in good senior health,

Guenter Hauser, CHC, CFT, SSF

P.S. This photo shows my good friend and mentor John Keston* and me at the Napa Valley Marathon.

John is a multiple age-group world-record holder in long-distance running, from the mile to the marathon. He is a 2001 inductee into the USATF Masters Hall of Fame. He's still running at 90.

That's my plan, too...

*John's 2011 autobiography "Expressions of Aging" is available here...

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