FITNESS FOR OVER 50'S / 50+
Tel 0744 918 1189 Email: Contact@system-fitness.co.uk
Specialist Fitness training for over 50's / 50+ designed and led by over 50's:
No matter your age or ability you can develop strength, muscle, balance and mobility and enjoy the many proven benefits this will bring to your life!
My focus is on supporting people mainly over 50 to get fit, active and move better.
I am 59 and I can show you that age is not a barrier.
(* = REPS- Register of Exercise Professionals Accredited)
I am a registered with CIMSPA (Chartered Institute), REPS (Register of Exercise Professionals and NRPT (National Register of Personal Trainers - www.nrpt.co.uk)
DEVELOP REAL FITNESS
- FOR LIFE!
Contact me by email or the form below for more information, any questions, or a free, no obligation initial consultation.
If there is a key thing to learn about fitness it is about having a flexible (no pun intended) approach. No one size fits all.
I can offer personal training sessions (1/2 or 1 hour) on a regular or occasional basis, or groups up to six people, backed up with advice, personal plan / programme and reviews.
Everyone is different - so I plan to support you as an individual and do not offer any standard packages.
'The Times' (24/1/18) reported that two thirds of current middle aged people are forecast to have at least two serious health conditions by the time they are over 65. These conditions are largely preventable with appropriate physical activity.
IS NOT INEVITABLE...!
It is well proven that the benefits of exercise do not change as we grow older, it is always possible to develop our strength and improve our health, but it is important that this is achieved through engaging all of our muscles which support each other and reduce risk of injury.
System Fitness applies the principles that your body works as a whole, as a result the approach makes you fit and healthy for real life, not just an exercise machine. You can learn new skills to master control of your body.
SYSTEM-FITNESS.CO.UK - Personal Training
South Birmingham / Bromsgrove / Alvechurch
System Fitness (TM) - Trademark owned by System Fitness Solutions
TEL O744 918 1899 Email: Contact@system-fitness.co.uk
- set of things working together as parts of a mechanism or an interconnecting network; a complex whole.
- a state of well being, the ability to perform.
WHY FITNESS SHOULD NOT BEGIN AND END IN A GYM
There are many good reasons why we should not confide our physical activity to the gym.
Better use of our bodies regularly throughout the day is shown to be better (this neednt mean long exercises!) encompassing exercise into our daily lives ensures that our fitness is more sustainable.
Sitting for long periods even if we have completed 1 hour of exercise is still dangerous to us.
System Fitness can develop an exercise plan for you which is geared around your day to day life. Fitness in the real world!
WHAT IS FITNESS ?
- Are you fit because you go to a gym?
We use the word 'fitness' alot, although there are many ways to measure it and it means different things to differnt people. We can say that someone looks 'fit' although they may not be able to endure a range of physical tasks.
System Fitness places a focus on ‘functional’ fitness - fitness applied to day to day life - in order to support the quality of our lives now and in the future.
Evidence shows that a fitness programme encompassing strength, movement and balance is more beneficial.
An evidence review commissioned by Public Health England and the Centre for Ageing Better has found that muscle and bone strengthening and balance activities continue to have great health benefits for all adults, including older adults aged 65 years and over.
Ironically those that who want to look good will realise that this approach achieves that too, but in ways that reduce injury and is sustainable.
ARE YOU READY TO DEVELOP YOUR FITNESS?
.....WANT TO KNOW MORE?
If you have any questions, would like to discuss how we can help you or want a free consultation:
Contact us now:
Tel: 0744 918 1189 or
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
use the contact form page