Meet Annette Cain aka The Longevity Lady™

Annette Cain Longevity LadyAnnette Cain is an award-winning author, endurance athlete and certified personal trainer.

Known as the Longevity Lady™, Annette helps baby boomer women age stronger so their bodies can keep up with their lives.

Her ageless lifestyle products & programs provide an easy, balanced approach to becoming lean & limber and living younger longer.

Annette has a fierce determination to stay young as she ages and blogs about her authentic journey into the second part of her life. Her favorite pastimes are reading, writing and NOT arithmetic, nature, cooking, athletic adventures, Pilates, and having fun with her husband and lab.

Annette is currently a steward for Save Our Shores and a member of Team Ocean for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. She is also a member of Toastmasters International and the San Juan Bautista Rotary Club, serving as Community Service Chair (2012-2014), and currently serving as International Service Chair.

Food & Fitness Is Her Business

Annette is a graduate of the University of California at Davis with a B.S. in Nutrition Science. She received a Masters in Health Services/Wellness Promotion from the California College of Health Sciences and completed a certificate program for the Treatment of Eating Disorders at John F. Kennedy University. She is certified by the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) as a personal trainer and has over twenty years of experience in weight management and exercise programming. Annette is also certified as a Mat Pilates Instructor and is a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine.

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She has a strong commitment to promoting wellness and preventing disease through exercise and healthy habits. She has designed and implemented several classes and seminars on healthy lifestyles, both for the public and business community. Annette gives lectures and workshops on health, diet and fitness to women’s groups, businesses and civic organizations. In addition, she has worked as a consultant for San Joaquin County’s Public Health Department and the Kristen Watt Foundation for Eating Disorder Awareness. Annette has served as a health educator and volunteer for the American Heart Association (AHA). She served as the President of the Board for San Joaquin County’s AHA chapter (2004-2006).

Annette has authored three user-friendly books on health/fitness — Fat Chance, Your Best Chance for Permanent Weight Loss (1996), Shed Some Pounds the Lazy Way (1998), and Get in Shape the Lazy Way (1999). Fat Chance was a finalist for the Benjamin Franklin Award and the Small Press Book Award. She was a monthly nutrition columnist for a food journal, “The Savory Thymes” and a fitness magazine, “The Runner’s Schedule”. She is a frequent contributor of health & fitness advice for the Mission Village Voice newspaper. Annette has been featured in numerous publications and television programs including:

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Long Live the Hard-Core Adventuress

Annette’s parents knew she would be a hard-core adventuress at an early age, when at barely 2-years-old, she waddled over to the pool where her older sister was receiving swim lessons and jumped in! She’s always been a little crazy that way. Growing up in the tiny country of Belize provided plenty of opportunities to fuel her adventurous spirit. Always barefoot, you could find her shimmying up coconut trees, walking on stilts or swimming in the Caribbean Sea.

Annette swam competitively in high school and then raced as a triathlete during her college years. In her late twenties she became an endurance athlete and since then has competed in numerous races—several marathons, fifty milers, and the Cascade Crest Classic 100-mile ultra-run, 1-3 mile ocean and lake swims, several bike races including the Death Ride and a 3-day, 280-mile mountain bike race across Costa Rica (coast-to-coast), and several triathlons including Ironman Canada (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike, 26.2-mile run).

Helping Others Age Less and Live More

Shortly after running the Cascade Crest Classic 100-mile ultra-run, Annette experienced severe hormonal imbalances that caused her to go through early menopause. This was a real turning point for her. It was the first time in her life that she ever thought about aging. Annette realized just because she’s aging, doesn’t mean she has to grow old. She decided—right then and there—to be ageless. To be fit & strong, and lead an energetic life filled with passion and purpose. So, after 20 years of being a private personal trainer and nutritionist, she changed her pace and became a lifestyle and longevity coach. Annette is now on a mission to help others age less and live more!

Annette Cain Runner“I chose to do the 100-miler for the challenge, and the buckle, of course. Little did I know it would lead me to becoming the Longevity Lady™, inspiring others to live happily ever after and be fit & healthy for the long run.”

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