Aging Gracefully

If you are an aging individual who is finding yourself losing balance, agility, endurance/stamina, alertness, reasoning skills, reaction time or quickness, we can drastically improve the situation and/or slow the process.

I specialize in strength training designed specifically for improved function in every day life. 

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Do you find yourself needing to sit down to put your shoes on? 

How about holding onto handrails to go up and down stairs? 

Struggling to step into your pants? 

Missing the lip of a curb?

If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, it’s probably time to start paying attention to your sense of balance. 

These are all signs that your balance and stability are starting to decline.

We don’t usually think about balance until something happens that we never thought would happen to us, such as a trip or fall.

Let me help you improve your balance, stability and strength before you find yourself injured due to a fall.

Without strength training we lose an average of 7 pounds of muscle strength per decade starting in early adulthood.

According to the centers for disease control and prevention, falls are the leading cause of injury in adults over age 65.

Every 17 seconds someone over the age of 65 is treated in the emergency room for a fall. 

Every 30 minutes someone dies from injuries from falls. 

2/3 of those who fall will do it again within six months without intervention. 

After six months following a fall only 15% of people are able to walk across the room without assistance.

Some major causes of imbalance are:

Before you find yourself injured due to a fall, let me help you improve your balance, stability and strength by targeting and retraining the proper muscles, improving motor control, coordination, and synchronization of muscle groups.