What is Silver Fitness?
Silver Fitness is a custom fitness program that caters to aging adults. Every person in a unique individual with specific needs. Silver Fitness is not a "one size fits all" exercise plan. An ACE (American Council on Exercise) certified fitness instructor comes to your home and works one on one with you to accomplish your goals.
Just the facts...
According to the CDC, the loss of strength and stamina in aging adults is in part caused by a reduction in physical activity. Sadly, inactivity increases with age. The good news is that it is never too late to start exercising!
The Benefits of Exercise in Aging Adults Are Numerous...
Exercise can help maintain the ability to live independently and reduces the risk of falling and fracturing bones.
Exercise can reduce the risk of dying from heart disease. It can also reduce the risk of developing high blood pressure, diabetes and certain forms of cancer.
Exercise helps maintain healthy bones, muscles and joints.
Exercise fosters improvements in mood and can prevent depression.
How Does Silver Fitness Work?
Silver Fitness is customized to work with you. Whether you are a seasoned athlete, a weekend warrior or someone who is new to exercise all together; Silver Fitness can help you enjoy all the benefits of exercise.
Silver Fitness sessions range from 30 minutes to an hour at a frequency of two to three times a week. As the client, you decide when you would like to work out and Silver Fitness comes to YOU! All fitness levels are welcome. We begin with an assessment to see where you are in your fitness journey and how we can best benefit you.
You might want to have better balance when performing every day tasks. You might want to grow stronger muscles to reduce the risk of falling. Or you may simply want to have more stamina and energy to enjoy your grandchildren. Silver Fitness is here to help you conquer all of your goals.
Please contact us at (806) 274-1182 or SilverFitnessOnTheGo@gmail.com for pricing and booking queries
*Older adults should consult with a physician before beginning a new physical activity program.