Aging

When we are young, we don’t think about long term effects of our lifestyle and what it might be like if our bodies start to fail us. As we get older we start to feel the effects of the habits of our younger days and wonder how we can turn back the clock. Not only does physical activity extend life expectancy, it delays the onset of chronic disability and disease.

Time travel isn’t possible, but you can turn back the clock by making changes for a healthier lifestyle, starting now!

Regular exercise has shown to:

  • Keep bones dense and strong
  • Maintain joint mobility
  • Improve blood circulation
  • Control weight
  • Maintain balance, coordination and agility (prevent falls)
  • Reduce tension and fatigue

Physical Fitness has so many benefits

  • Protective effect when other risk factors such as hypertension, high cholesterol, obesity and smoking are present
  • Associated with risk reductions in cardiovascular and coronary heart disease (20%-50%), colon cancer (30%), breast cancer (20%) and other cancers.
  • Also beneficial for diabetes, hypertension and mental health.
  • Read the full report here: http://www.cflri.ca/eng/research_file/documents/ResearchFile_Aug1_EN.pdf

Gary’s assessment will uncover all the wear and tear your body has endured. Using his expertise in posturology and corrective conditioning he will develop a program to help repair the damage, build strength and improve your overall health.  Find out more about the assessment and personal training services