Mature Age

Mature Age  |  Over 50’s  |  Seniors

After the age of 20 the average person loses between 2 – 3 kilograms of muscle tissue per decade for life.

This is part of the natural aging process, but is accelerated by insufficient and lack of specific exercises.

This loss of muscle tissue combined with inactivity has a dramatic effect on all areas of our lives.

  • Decreases in metabolic rate
  • Adult onset diabetes
  • Weight gain
  • Back pain
  • Obesity
  • Other joint problems
  • Body shape changes
  • Loss of independence
  • Osteoporosis
  • Heart disease
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Strokes
  • Hypertension
  • Various cancer
  • Increased risk of falls
  • Reduced-walking capacity
  • Difficulty rising from a seated position
  • Reduced balance

The assistance in effective management, are the keys to longevity and independence.

Strength training is the only activity that prevents this loss of muscle tissue.

You may not wish to do 20 chin ups, but we can design a simple but effective strength training program that can improve the quality of your life and maintain your independence.

In as little as 30 minutes a week.