New Senior Exercise Craze Sweeping the Nation That Started in Plantation, Florida
The newest and best workout program for seniors and active adults: cardio kick boxing.
August 14, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Curtis Adams, senior fitness expert, is leading the cardio kicking boxing craze for seniors and active adults that is sweeping the country. His cutting edge cardio boxing exercise classes and exercise DVDs are action packed yet specifically geared for seniors and active adults. For years seniors had to accept slow paced boring exercise programs- not anymore! This exciting blend of boxing inspired cardio and core training will help you REGAIN ENERGY, BOOST STAMINA, INCREASE HEART HEALTH, and RESTORE FLEXIBILITY. Most importantly everyone can participate. Curtis has clients ranging from age 50 to 101. Modified versions of every exercise gives the option to perform the exercises either seated or standing. Curtis Adams, host, is nothing short of amazing. His sincere compassion and charisma shine through as he instructs, motivates, and teaches techniques to prevent falls and increase strength safely.
Where can I take a class or purchase a DVD?
If you live in southern Florida and you are interested in taking the cardio boxing exercise class, exercise classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:00 am in Volunteer Park, 12050 W. Sunrise Blvd, Plantation, FL to register call 954-452-2558. To purchase a DVD (released September 2013) or to find out about upcoming events visit www.VitalityFL.com or call 954-228-7608.
What is the best workout program for seniors and active adults?
It is simple, older adults find the most benefit from an exercise program that is fun yet easy to follow that includes total body strength, cardiovascular, core, and balance training. While there is no such thing as the fountain of youth, strength training can prevent and even reverse some of the effects of aging. Strength training and muscle development fight against diseases and conditions such as Osteoporosis, colon cancer, lower back pain, high blood pressure, arthritic discomfort, and even decrease the risk of diabetes. Including strength training as part of your regular workout program will increase bone density and improve balance which can contribute to a greater ease in performing everyday tasks and to your overall quality of life. Cardiovascular exercises cause your lungs to process more oxygen with less effort and your heart to pump more blood with fewer beats which increases your body's endurance and efficiency. Additional benefits include, weight loss, improved metal health, recharged immune system, increased stamina, and disease reduction. The beauty of any fitness program is that it is never too late to benefit from an increase in physical activity. However, no matter what your level of fitness, it is always advisable to consult your doctor before beginning any new exercise program.
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