Small groups, fun workout aimed at improving fitness, strength, mobility, balance and coordination. Specifically designed for more mature adults.
Sometime it feels like the number of things that stop working in your body directly correlates to the number of candles on your birthday cake. But you can regain some control in a number of ways and improving your strength is one of them. Muscle strength is important for bone health, balance and just being strong enough for daily activites such as climbing stairs or carrying groceries.
While having big muscles might hold some appeal for some of us, it's your strength that really matters when it comes to functioning well in old age. And if you are training right, getting stronger is relatively easy, even if your body type doesn't build muscle easily.
High-intensity resistance training is the best way to increase and maintain muscle function. Two, preferably three sessions a week is ideal and the most important thing is intensity and progression so increasing the amount of weight your are lifting once it stops feeling hard to lift. If you don't have arthritis or other joint problems, adding high impact movements like jumping, improves bone density and can help to prevent osteoporosis.