Did you know that our bodies reach peak muscle mass in our 20s and start losing muscle in their 40s – at a rate of 8% per decade? The rate of muscle loss doubles to 15% each decade after the age of 70. Hence, maintaining muscle mass should be a top priority once you reach your 30s and 40s.
With its focus on controlled breathing and quality of movement-not quantity of repetitions, many agree that Reformer Pilates is one of the best ways for seniors to stay active
Whether you are a beginner or at Yoga or have been practising for some time, Personal Training is a great resource for all levels of fitness. Custom- tailored classes are ideal for those who are just getting started and trying to master basic poses and asanas.
For those who struggle with achieving good postures, you probably have some unhealthy postural habits that require some changing. Reformer Pilates can be a great way to help you break out of your bad habits. What you learned during Reformer can be applied to your daily life!
According to Forbes Magazine, approximately 92% of people that don’t achieve their New Year’s Fitness Resolution. Take your resolution further, and write down a real plan for what you want to achieve and how you are going to do it.
Working out daily can become easy and convenient, but it can also result in a workout plateau. Doesn’t it defeat the purpose if you workout daily but you are not getting the results you want? If that’s the case, it may be time to tweak your workout routine and consider Personal Training.