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Training over 60s 


When training clients aged 60 and above we  prioritises safety, empathy, and individualised care, with a focus on recognising the specific needs and limitations of each individual. We emphasise the practice of ongoing communication and feedback from the client, which is essential for adapting the training program to their evolving requirements. When working with clients over 60, our approach is more holistic, taking into consideration the physical, emotional, and social dimensions of the individual's well-being.


Our training sessions focus on : 


  • Functional movement patterns  ( mimic everyday activities,  leading to improved strength, stability, and coordination needed for daily tasks and sport activities). 


  • Correcting  posture and reducing muscular imbalances 

Postural exercises not only enhances your appearance but also contributes to a healthy spine and prevents back and joint pains. Reducing muscular imbalances can be addressed through exercises that focus on strengthening weaker muscles and stretching tight ones.

To improve posture, it's essential to focus on exercises that strengthen the core, back, and hip muscles.


  • improving  balance and muscle reflex  

Balance and muscle reflex training are crucial for enhancing stability, coordination, and agility.

Muscle reflex training involves exercises that challenge the body's natural reflexes, such as reaction drills and balance board workouts. Both aspects are essential for athletes, older adults, and individuals recovering from injuries to enhance their motor skills and prevent falls.


  • Enhance mobility and flexibility 

Mobility and flexibility aspects of training are vital for improving range of motion, preventing injuries, and enhancing overall physical performance. These types of training help maintain healthy joints, reduce muscle stiffness, and promote better posture. Additionally, they play a key role in enhancing athletic performance, preventing age-related mobility issues, and improving overall quality of life. 


  • improving  hormonal and metabolic health. (Focuses on manipulating hormonal responses to exercise in order to achieve specific fitness or body composition goals. The premise of hormonal training is based on the idea that certain exercise protocols and techniques can influence the body's hormonal balance, such as increasing growth hormone and testosterone levels while reducing cortisol levels).

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