Your Age is No Excuse

 

Over 50 and need some motivation to reach your optimum health and fitness? We have the answer!

Do you feel unhealthy and unhappy with your body? You probably feel that you lack flexibility, suffer from aches and pains from time to time, or have some extra weight you’re carrying that you really want to shift. It comes to all of us over the age of 50.

As we get older our lives slow down a little and a higher sedentary lifestyle is now recognised as one of the world’s biggest killers (including heart disease and Type 2 diabetes).

That means getting more active is a must.

You have good intentions and want to look in better shape than you currently are, but there’s that lack of motivation to visit the gym. And the gym, oh my!

That’s full of people lifting huge weights, isn’t it? Not your cup of tea!

But what do other mature adults do to keep fit and healthy and where do you start?

As a mature adult and exercise professional, I have the solution, skills and resources to help you achieve your fitness goals.

I understand the constraints that affect us and prevent us from taking steps to improve our own health and fitness. I’m here to help guide you towards your optimum level of health, fitness and well-being.

To improve your body shape, improve your flexibility, reduce those aches and pains, and ensure you have more energy to enjoy your life.

Being over 50 doesn’t mean you’re heading downhill – your life has just started to become more interesting! So, let’s get that motivation going and improve the way you feel when you get up in the morning.

We will work together in a friendly, quiet environment through one-to-one sessions tailored to your individual requirements and goals.
You’ve probably tried group fitness classes, but these are generalised and aren’t optimised for your body.

Having individual advice from a professional who has the same direction of thought is a sensible option. As we age, our bodies require a change in direction to keep us healthy and balanced.

This is where I can help you.

Dorothy

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