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Staying Fit Enough to Function in Everyday Life


You already know lots of reasons why you should exercise regularly.

And maybe you shake your head and say, “Not for me.” Maybe you don’t want to look, feel, and move better; manage your blood pressure; prevent Type 2 diabetes, etc.

Are You Fit Enough to Function?

But have you thought about being able to stand up from a chair or the toilet? Getting in and out of a car? Carrying in your groceries? Being able to get up out of bed and make it to the bathroom before you mess in your pants? About countless other activities of everyday life that rely on strength?

Most people don’t. They still think people go to the gym to get big muscles. And some do, of course – and that’s great.

But everybody should care about being able to care for themselves and maintain independence for as long as possible.

Get Fit with Functional Fitness

So consider an idea called functional fitness. It keeps you prepared for activities of everyday life, including stamina to run errands and play with the grandkids without losing your breath.

Functional fitness is increasingly popular with all kinds of people, including those over 50 who want to maintain their independence and quality of life without spending countless hours in a gym. In fact, you don’t need to go to a gym at all.

As WebMD puts it, functional fitness is “about training your body to handle real-life situations.” That means exercises focused on “building a body capable of doing real-life activities in real-life positions, not just lifting a certain amount of weight in an idealized posture created by a gym machine.”

Does functional fitness sound like a good idea for you? I’m here to help you with safe, functional programs to boost your fitness, confidence and enjoyment of daily life. Functional programs that you can do at home or on the go if you like to travel.

Contact me today to learn more or get fit enough to function!

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