Exercise is one of the best things older adults can do to stay healthy, fit and active. Even moderate activity can help them to stay mobile, independent and strong
Integrated fitness assessment: Subjective and Object to ensure suitable training strategy.
Flexibility is important as older adults loose the elasticity of connective tissue, especially in arthritic clients.
Cardiorespiratory training is important to the overall health of older adults.
Core, Balance & Reactive Training for Fall Prevention.
Proper training to target the components of the neuromuscular system leads to improved function, prevented falls, and reduced injury risk.
Participation in a strength training program may enhance insulin sensitivity, bone density, body fat reduction, and increase metabolism
As people get older they are more likely to suffer from chronic health conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, or heart disease. They may have mobility or balance problems, high blood pressure, or difficulty walking. The good news is that taking regular exercise can help with all these conditions. Regular exercise will help you to grow stronger so you can maintain daily activities and independence.
MY CLIENTS SAY
Paul is an excellent personal trainer and always keeps the training sessions fun and interesting by introducing different workouts.
Paul is an exceptional personal trainer always looking to improve performance but careful not to overextend.
With a gentle but committed presence Paul has convinced me that I can get stronger and improve my fitness.
Clients find it much more convenient and time efficient to work out at home with me. I bring the necessary equipment and expertise and they just clear away a space and bring their energy. In-home personal trainers can also teach clients workouts they can do on their own at home. Again this saves time and is more convenient for the client. Training someone in their home allows me to keep the focus on them without any distractions.