As the name implies Personal Training is all about offering a bespoke individual programme of exercise that will meet your specific needs. This specific person-centered approach means that best results are guaranteed. Personal Training is normally done on a one-to-one basis but small groups of up to three can also be catered for.
Muscle and other soft-tissue is constantly contracting and releasing to enable movement. But often they can also get stuck and glued to each other. This can change tissue behaviour, limit movement and also affect how the tissue communicates with the nervous system. Breath, stretch and release also engages the parasympathetic system eliciting relaxation and calm. This is a great class for maintaining movement capacity, range of movement and nervous tension.
Aging leads to a progressive decrease in muscle strength and flexibility. Strength peaks around 25 years of age, plateaus through 35 or 40 years of age, and then shows an accelerating decline, with a 25% loss of peak force by the age of 65 years. The 'Get Strong to Live Long' programme is designed to decelerate and in some cases reverse the strength declines associated with aging.