Gail Powers

TRAINING that SUPPORTs THE AGING EXPERIENCE

For clients aged 50 to 80 to maintain functionality and independence, training must follow different rules, be tailored to the individual's health goals and history, and include learning self care tools.
Online training offers convenience and a Covid safe format. Clients can also be confident they're working with a trainer who guides who movement with attention to alignment and injury prevention.
A good fitness program is a whole body effort. it includes exercises targeting balance, stability, joint mobility, flexibility as well as strength. using varied fitness tools and techniques I ensure that programs address all musculoskeletal levels.

​ Training for those 50+ to

build lean muscle mass

Yes, we can build muscle at our age! We all lose muscle as we age. Rebuilding it protects our bones and prevents falls by improving balance.

boost metabolism:

More muscle mass means a more efficient metabolism because muscle burns more fuel.

boost bone density

Stronger, activated muscles not only support and protect bones better but can lead to generating new bone cells.

blast chronic pain

Improving muscular strength can reduce common symptoms of arthritis, diabetes, osteoporosis, back pain.

blast deconditioning

Deconditioning is what many of us felt during and after the Covid shutdown. It's the weakness that sets in making it harder to perfom the activities of daily living.

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