Fitness, aging and nuerocognitive function.
Our personal training department is excited to announce a group training program designed specifically for the aging adult.
Research has shown that aerobic, strength and flexibility training has a positive effect on cognition.
“Aging is not lost youth, but a new stage of opportunity and strength”
CBRC’s Living Stronger Program will focus on:
Flexibility: This promotes healthy muscles, joints, proper posture, and helps avoid injury.
Aerobic & Strength: Aerobic is important to help maintain stamina and heart health. Strength training is crucial for every day life and keeps bones strong.
Neuromotor: The “true functional fitness”. This incorporates skills such as balance, coordination, gait, agility and proprioceptive training.
Living Stronger starts September 10th
Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:00am-9:00am
Living Stronger group training can also accommodate participants with arthritis, osteoporosis/osteopenia, cardiovascular disease and parkinson’s disease.