Evelyn Flaharty


About Evelyn Flaharty

Evelyn is the Owner of Aging Evolution, LLC and is the embodiment of the company’s motto “Its never too late to be great”. She joined a gym for the first time in her mid fifties after she was diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer. She credits her diagnoses for saving her life and eventually leading her to pursue a career in the fitness industry. Evelyn continuously strives to defy her age and refuses to put limits on what is possible. Evelyn has written several articles on fitness and has also had her transition from business executive to a career in the fitness industry published online and in fitness magazines. Her story has also been aired on network television. In addition to running the company and giving motivational speeches, Evelyn is a fitness model. She has been featured in various fitness commercials and photo shoots advertising supplements, skincare products and women’s activewear.

Build Muscle, Shred Fat & Look Fabulous in Your 60’s and 70’s

Are you under the impression that its to late to start to build muscle, shred fat and look fabulous over the age of fifty and beyond? Then you will be in for a surprise! During this session you will be amazed by what can be achieved by individuals who are determined to debunk various myths and stand up against ageist stereotypes. Attendees will obtain information regarding what it takes to prepare to compete in a bodybuilding event from a sixty-plus National Level Figure Competitor including nutrition and workout program. You will also see some of Aging Evolution’s incredible members who are defying the aging process and breaking ageist stereotypes. You will walk away from this session with a different perspective of aging and have a better understanding how you can play a role in breaking down ageist barriers.


1. Motivate and inspire others to achieve their fitness goals no matter what their age.

2. Understand how to slowdown the aging process and get closer to the fountain of youth.

3. Coach mature clients to push beyond what they perceive to be their physical limits.


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