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  • Working with a professional is the only way to assure you're safely and proactively doing the work needed to attain your goals. We all know that in order to create results - we have to put in consistent deliberate effort towards our outcome, we are here to help you do that.

  • Improves your physical work capacity - In other words, your ability to act and perform the things you want to do

  • Improves bone density - Not only can weight training improve bone density, it also improves muscle mass, balance and connective tissue strength, all of which decrease the risk of falling and breaking something.

  • The lean muscle mass that we all work so hard for decreases with age, however, by performing resistance or strength training we preserve and promote the creation of lean muscle mass while also preventing it from turning into fat.

  • Improved quality of life - Strength training helps you feel confident by releasing hormones and neurotransmitters that promote good feelings lifting your mind, body and spirit.

 

 

 

 

 

Increases Lifespan

  • Even if you're a healthy weight, cardio respiratory fitness is essential to your health. Studies have found that lean men with low cardio fitness are twice as likely to die from all causes than lean cardio fit men. 

Prevents Diabetes

  • Researchers at the William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan published a review of the health benefits of cardiorespiratory fitness in the journal "Mayo Clinic Proceedings." Peter A. McCullough, and his colleague Barry A. Franklin, confirmed that a lack of aerobic fitness elicits adverse metabolic changes that can lead to type 2 Diabetes. The pair maintains that engaging in regular cardiorespiratory activity improves insulin sensitivity and glucose regulation, which decreases your risk for type 2 diabetes.

Other Benefits

  • Regularly engaging in a cardiorespiratory program provides a host of other health benefits. It protects you against cardiovascular disease, increases your bone density, lowers cholesterol, reduces blood pressure and improves sleep quality. As a general rule, engage in at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity cardiorespiratory activity each week. 

Strength Training

Cardio Fitness Training

FItness

Regular physical activity protects you from many common health problems such as heart disease, stroke and cancer 

Anti-Aging

Regular strength training improves muscle mass, bone density, stengthens cognitive functioning and improves your mood

Balance

Balance is the cornerstone of fitness. Without balance, our body is out of sync and not fully connected to the world. As we age balance becomes more and more central as the results of poor balance can be permanent and life altering 

Strength

Strength makes everything easier.

Whether it's playing in the park or helping a friend move. We all have 

muscle - our goal is to make

it as effective and capable as it 

can be, for as long as possible, at every stage in your life

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