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OUTLIVE LONGEVITY PROGRAM

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WHAT IS OUR OUTLIVE PROGRAM?

Age-related mobility limitations are a fact of life for many older adults. Studies have shown that about 30% of adults over age 70 have trouble with walking, getting up out of a chair, or climbing stairs. In addition to making everyday tasks difficult, mobility limitations are also linked to higher rates of falls, chronic disease, nursing home admission, and mortality.

A big culprit for losing our physical abilities as we grow older is the age-related loss of muscle mass and strength, which is called sarcopenia. Typically, muscle mass and strength increase steadily from birth and reach their peak at around 30 to 35 years of age. After that, muscle power and performance decline slowly and linearly at first, and then faster after age 65 for women and 70 for men. 

However, such average decline of strength and power with aging can be substantially slowed down by maintaining an active lifestyle. While there is no way to fully “stop the clock,” it’s possible for many older adults to increase muscle strength with exercise, which can help maintain mobility and independence into later life.

As we get older, there are inevitable functional and biological limitations that can cap exercise endurance, maximum strength, and fitness, Some of these limitations can be slowed down through an active lifestyle that includes strength training.

This is were our classes come in. We run a comprehensive training program that will help you preserve your muscle, improve your balance and help you from getting Sarcopenia or Osteoporosis. The sooner you start the sooner you see the benefits.

We run two classes a week on a Monday and Wednesday at 11am. You can book this class from our memberships page. 

YOU DON'T STOP MOVING AS YOU GET OLDER 

YOU GET OLDER BECAUSE YOU STOP MOVING 

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