Improved Overall Health
Anyone over fifty will tell you the challenges of staying in shape are very different then when you were in your twenties or thirties. The long term value of staying healthy as you get older has a direct relationship to the quality of your life over the next 20-30 years.
The benefits of a regular exercise program ranges from the physical to the brain. Attributes of strength, better balance, stronger heart and lungs as well as helping prevent or control various medical issues like high blood pressure, cholesterol, arthritis or bursitis; just to name a few. Research over the last few years has been showing the many benefits exercise has on the brain and a older adult’s mental cognitive abilities.
Being a Participant Instead of an Observer
Before planning an individualized program, every client gets tested and evaluated to ensure the unique program created is designed for your specific needs and goals. For more information for training with various health and medical conditions, go to the Health Conditions Index Page. Any guidelines detailed by your personal physician or physical therapist recommendations will also be followed.
A More Active Lifestyle,
No two people have the same needs when it comes to training. Two people can be the same age, yet have completely different workout routines based on their medical and physical conditions as well as their own goals. I have clients in their 70’s doing push ups off the floor, arm curls with 30 pound dumbbells and hex bar squats; while others have exercise programs designed to improve their golf or tennis game, and others work to excel at balance, flexibility and fall prevention.
Whether you just decided to start exercising for the first time or have been an athlete all your life, personal training can help you achieve your goals in a safe and effective manner.
To get started on your fitness program call 847-772-3487 or click on the link below to inquiry for more information.