Exercise is for young people, right? Wrong!
Look at Buster Martin who ran the London Marathon in 2008 when he was 101!
Anyone can benefit from a regular exercise programme. In fact, staying fit, mobile and healthy could add years to your life – the reason your quads (the muscles at the front of your legs) are called the “independence muscles” is because without them, you can’t get around!
By becoming more fit, flexible and mobile as you get older, you’ll find you’ll have more energy to play with the grandkids, go shopping or socialise with your friends.
Exercise can help alleviate a host of problems such as osteoarthritis and rheumatism – it can help slow the onset of osteoporosis and can give years of added mobility.
I’ve specialised in training older adults and I can help increase your mobility for years to come