At Windover Fitness, we have a menu to offer ~ one that will change your life.
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If Time is Tight! Have you considered Power Plate Exercising ?
Personal Training is appropriate for all, not just those seeking a 'perfect physique'. It can help you find a fitness and vitality that you thought was beyond reach. Our Fitness Consultancy can help you to retain/improve mobility, balance, suppleness and more.
We could meet once or twice a month (this is very common), or even quicker if we meet weekly or even two-to-three times a week. For some it is more appropriate to meet every 2 to 3 months to check progress and ensure that your exercise is : safe, appropriate and progressing.
Are you working 9 to 5 (or worse) ~ with hours of commuting on top, a sedentary lifestyle and an expanding waistline ?
An Active Living approach might well fit into your weekly routine more comfortably than you expect !
Do you suffer from shortness of breath after mild exertion, or from regular "minor" colds and 'flu ~ that will NOT go away ?
Exercise is just one approach which if undertaken at a sensible level can truly boost your immune system and your "wind" to cope with exertions.
We can help you recover it !!
Are you concerned about brittle bones and restrictions to your range of movement ?
We can help you develop an appropriate and effective range of exercises to support the health of your bones ... that's an investment for the LONG TERM
We can show you, be it at home, in the office or the open air or in a gym
With effort on your part, then within 2 months we could set the foundations for a positive change in your body composition ~ we could guarantee it.
These and so many other scenarios associated with ageing-stress may sound all too familiar ...
Your MENU might include :
Keeping it all in balance. Do not overtrain ... this is a common mistake amongst those that are trying to get fit without a mentor. The enthusiasm for a new regime can so easily get the better of common sense. Overdo it and it is likely that the regime will not last. A related and interesting FACTOID : As reported 1st March 2007 : Scientists are suggesting that folk who OVER-EXERCISE are burning up too much oxygen and producing too much carbon dioxide for the world to cope. You would then have a very unhealthy (for the planet) carbon footprint!
Whilst the balance between O2 in and CO2 out may be adjusted during exercise... bearing in mind the relative inactivity of the larger proportion of the UK population ... I think that this suggestion is taking it a bit far. However, do KEEP IT IN BALANCE and stay healthy by undertaking appropriate exercise. YES
Overtraining is really not healthy :
For more on BALANCE see the handout (available shortly) under the [ARTICLES] button. This is the sort of balance we should be striving for in eating and exercise ... not just the ability to balance and stay upright!
If you are contemplating your lifestyle choices ~ thinking of middle age and later life ~ really intending to "preserve" your health and fitness