Flexibility and Posture
Our bodies get weaker as we age. We lose muscle mass, our bones calcify, cartilage suffers wear and tear. This means that normal daily functions and active living become harder. In addition, office working and a sedentary lifestyle take their toll as muscles and joints are pulled into and maintained in unnatural positions.
The numerous long-term effects of flexibility and stretching exercises include:
A programme focusing on functional strength and range of movement can aid postural corrections and flexibility generally, especially if you are over 50 or have not been actively exercising for some time. Regular functional exercise also contributes to stronger muscles and improved posture, balance and agility. This has very practical exercise benefits, such as avoiding the acquisition or development of injury. I want to help you to live independently, actively and healthily. My training can be delivered in the comfort of your own home to make this as easy and accessible as possible; there is no need to visit an intimidating gym.