Fitness For Life

Let’s face it being healthy in many circumstances rivals being wealthy. If their parents read, they are more likely to read; if their parents eat healthy, they are more likely to eat healthy; and if their parents are physically active, they will be physically active. Growth – Specialized programs, and fitness clubs and initiatives will target the older adult, as the ‘greying’ communities continue to increase as we grow older and live longer.\n\nThe next component essential in today’s programming is the strength workout. Once a program is selected, a simple questionnaire is required to be filled out to determine you current health status, preferences and future goals. Exercises such as ankle mobilization, walking lunges, knee hugs will ensure the body is ready for the next stage.\n\nIt’s possible and it’s even advisable to change the training programs from time to time in order to avoid routine and revive participants’ interest. The cost of supplementation is very low when compared to having a healthy body. Interval Training and strength workouts have been shown to significantly increase the metabolism well into 24-48 hrs post workout.\n\nA licensed nutritionist supplies you with a daily meal plan and grocery list in which to choose healthy options based on your goals and health needs. Many women have a fear of “bulking up”, but weight lifting should definitely be included in your current fitness program.\n\nStrong toned muscles will help your body burn calories every single minute of the day, with the added benefit of making your body look good and your clothes fit great. 3.Positive Power – Strength training for everyone will gain extra importance in 2007; the older adults and especially women will incorporate more strength training into their fitness programs.