Being Strong For Life

Functional fitness has exploded in popularity with the rise of CrossFit, F45 and similar workouts, but it’s by no means a fad. These types of exercises develop the strength and mobility you need for daily activities like picking up heavy objects, putting something on a high shelf and even getting up from the floor.

As people age, they lose the ability to perform these everyday tasks due to decreased bone density and muscle mass and increased inflammation and joint degeneration, among other things, according to the Merck Manual.

However, a November 2019 study published in the Journal of Applied Physiology shows that exercising may help delay some of the signs of aging — so much so that the muscle cells of older men closely resembled the muscle cells of 25-year-old men. Strength training in particularStrength training helps combat many age-related issues, such as the loss of strength, mobility and bone density. By Amanda Capritto

Make it a great day!!!

Philip “FitGuy46

Published by FitGuy46

Hi I’m a recent grad from NASM. I am a Certified Personal Trainer. I specialize in fitness assessment, program design and weight training. I want to help people who have had difficulties in the past incorporating fitness as a lifetime goal. My desire is to help potential clients see fitness as a lifetime endeavor. My philosophy is that fitness should be sustainable and a lifelong goal. My plan as a fitness coach is to teach my clients to make and incorporate fitness as a permanent part of their lives to be engaging, and for the outcome to continuously be revolving into a better physical shape. Make it a GREAT DAY!!! Philip “FitGuy46”

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