Anyone over 50 knows that they don’t feel the same as they did 20 years ago, and your fitness and nutritional needs are different than they were when you were 30, too!
Fitness over 50 is crucial, especially functional training which focuses on making the physical activity you engage in on a daily basis easier, and lessens your risk for injury.
Like all of our programs, we customize our program to the individual, and where you are in regards to fitness. Do you want to run your first marathon at 60, play with your grand kids, or just want continue independence in your golden years?
Strength For Life is what we strive to give our clients, and it’s never too late to start!
Catch up with Mother Nature and Father Time before they catch you!
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The average person starts losing muscle mass somewhere about age 25, so it’s not too early to start working on maintaining, or increasing, yours. You won’t get bulging muscles from doing some moderate weight training, but the parts of your body that aren’t muscle are fat, so building muscle later in life is especially important when looking to prolong independence.
You can get by with as little as 20 minutes twice a week, or work out several times a week.
It’s important to learn to do the exercises correctly, and our trainers are on the top of their game when it comes to teaching you the correct way to execute a safe, engaging, and simple workout plan that you can stick to!
We have perfected creating nutritional plans and workout plans that are simple, and fit any lifestyle. We take into consideration your level of activity, what information we gain from your full body assessment, and what type of lifestyle goals you have.
DON’T SPEND YOUR GOLDEN YEARS ON THE SOFA!
Mobility doesn’t need to end as you get older! Walking the dog or playing with your grand kids should be enjoyable, and not strenuous! Whether you are retired, or the days of punching the clock aren’t quite behind you yet, you should have the mobility that allows you to enjoy your retirement! We look to functional training and strength exercises to get your body fit for that fun retirement!