I am so grateful to Aging Evolution for giving me a platform to get my message out to others. I joined my first gym at age 23 and am very passionate about fitness and health. I am a multi-title champion and I have trained clients who have gone on to become bodybuilding champions. I hope to I inspire people to recognize the value of staying fit and healthy.
— Iris Davis, Personal Trainer, Age 72
I work very hard to stay in shape at 50 years young. So glad that we now have a movement and worldwide family in Aging Evolution of like-minded individuals showing others that age is simply a number.
— Randy Sebastian, Age 50
I was a regular person whose lifelong attempt to diet or burn enough calories to stay a healthy size was slowly failing. I was close to giving up, but was fighting climbing into plus size clothes for the first time in my life. I was fed up with gaining weight. A few pounds every year adds up.

The lifestyle promoted by Aging Evolution is the lifestyle model that changed my life. I believe it is the fountain of youth to be strong. I eat regular healthy meals. A young person has youthful hormones to protect the body when you fast or skip meals, or get a little lazy. After 40 I noticed I needed more! More preference for healthy food and a greater need for intensity in my exercise. I was amazed with what changes my body achieved when my focus changed from calorie burn to gaining strength! I ate the healthy food, prioritizing lean protein and no process meat, white breads, or sugars. I got into the gym for 90 minutes a day with a trainer and every month had changes. The changes are small at first. The clothes fit better. Then the clothes fall off! Not only could I wear clothes in my closet from my 30’s, but next I had to go clothes smaller than I wore in my 20’s! Three years ago I changed my life. Now I’ve kept the weight off for those 3 years. Aging Evolution is a movement that I am proud to be a part of. Once I discovered that I had the power to be strong and fit, I wanted the same for others who are willing to listen, learn, and put in the work!
— Samantha Bowman, Age 50
I have been a member of Aging Evolution for one year and can’t imagine not having them by my side. Having this support system has been wonders in my journey to be fit over 40. I am working mother trying to stay healthy and in shape. I use Aging Evolution as way to connect with people with similar backgrounds where we share the same passion. Aging Evolution is about real people with real stories to keep you motivated in your fitness journey.
— Sadie Francis, IFBB Pro, Age 42
My name is Michael Geiselman was born and raised in a small town in Indiana where I grew up playing any sport we could think of. While in High School I participated in football, wrestling , baseball and even tennis. High School was fun. I went off to a Christian College in Illinois and received a teaching Degree in Physical Education. Started to teach upon graduation in 85 and coached Soccer, wrestling and Tennis at a H.S. close by. Joined the Army and traveled all over the country and to South Korea. While in the Army I was able to start back into playing a sport that I love (softball) as well as work out for the 20 years that I spent in, retirement is so much fun. While I was in I was trained as a nurse that I will work as and it keeps me happy. I started back into lifting wts back in 2012 when I made a total life change. I stopped using social media as a joke and started using it as a way of getting fit and documenting my journey into the fitness industry. I have now started to compete at the age of 55. I love it and will continue to do it for as long as I can. After I started my journey I found this saying and I have tried to live it since I first read it…..

To live by choice, not by chance, To be motivated, not manipulated,
To be useful, not used, To make changes, not excuses,
To excel, not compete, I choose self esteem, not self pity,
I choose to listen to my inner voice, not the random opinions of others.
I choose to do the things that you won’t so I can continue to do the things you can’t
— Michael Geiselman, Age 56