As You Age, You May See Changes in Your Body and Your Cognitive Functions.
Osteoarthritis in the knees, hips, elbows, wrists, ankles, and shoulders wears away the cushion that pads the spaces between these joints causing pain and stiffness.
One in every three Americans over the age 65 falls each year due to lack of balance. These falls now account for 87% of serious spinal and brain injuries. If you ever feel dizzy or lightheaded upon getting up, you may already be experiencing critical balance problems.
Studies have also found that aging can be responsible for substantial decline in brain tissue density in the specific areas responsible for memory, coordination, and thinking.
Muscles keep us strong, help us maintain our weight, fight the loss of bone strength, and also reduce balance issues. If you don’t get around much anymore, your muscle mass is rapidly decreasing and you are probably feeling weak and more vulnerable. The good news is that it’s never too late to reverse the signs of aging and inactivity. But, choosing a trainer experienced in working with seniors is the best way to stay safe and avoid further injuries.
GET MOVING TODAY to Live a Longer, Healthier, More Independent Life!
For people aged 50-100, regular physical activity with supervision by an elder-savvy personal trainer is the sure-fire way to gain strength, flexibility, and endurance.
In just a few weeks, you will likely begin to experience improvements in arthritis, diabetes, blood pressure, COPD and more.
Now is the time for all the excuses to end. Today is the day you take back control of your life. Whether you decide to work out at our state-of-the-art gym or in the privacy of your own home, give Helene a call. She received her professional certification from the prestigious Cooper Institute and has dedicated decades helping each person, regardless of age or fitness level, approach each day without sacrificing activities they enjoy.