If you work with active agers, incorporating exercises into your clients’ programs that can aid in fall prevention is essential. These TRX exercises, which challenge balance and build strength, dynamic movement and mobility, are a great way to help clients of every age build and maintain the strength and balance needed for a long, healthy life.Read More
As a health and exercise professional, you will undoubtedly encounter female clients who are experiencing menopause. Learn how declining hormone levels during menopause affects appetite, metabolism and energy expenditure, and how exercise can help your clients avoid gaining weight.Read More
Baby boomers who once fueled the growth of the fitness industry in their younger years are now gravitating toward fitness-related activities, including athletic competition, in their later years. This presents a significant opportunity for health and exercise professionals who are interested in serving this population. Learn more about some of the unique characteristics of senior athletes and how to develop safe and effective training programs that help them reach their competitive goals.Read More
Have you considered using power training with your active aging clients? Although it’s not appropriate for every client, many active agers can benefit from this type of training, particularly in terms of their ability to perform activities of daily living. Here are a few tips to begin incorporating power training into senior fitness workouts.Read More
Whether you are a seasoned instructor skilled in teaching active agers or new to that demographic, here are six tips for helping your participants stay forever fit.Read More
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