ACTIVE AGING NO FLOOR CORE with Melissa Layne, MEd

Presented by Melissa Layne, MEd
As we age, the core, proprioception, and balance become more important to prevent falls, maintain proper gait and keep us active. With core work, often comes floor work which can be uncomfortable for the aging population. This session is jam-packed with muscular core facts, activity ideas, and core exercises off the floor!

BALANCE FOR ACTIVE AGING with Keli Roberts

Presented by Keli Roberts
Comprehensively examine stability/mobility relationships of the aging body to provide a foundation that enhances and respects this precise equilibrium. Learn effective methods to increase core stability while developing mobility in key areas to improve gait efficiency. Apply strategies for fall prevention through effectively training key areas for body balance.

AGING HIIT: CHAIR TODAY, GONE MAÑANA with Ann Gilbert

Presented by Ann Gilbert
Chairs are not just for sitting, we can use them in a fitness class for so much! Experts agree that there are numerous benefits to performing a HIIT routine with those considered to be active agers. Launch a new format shown to efficiently and effectively increase strength, endurance and aerobic capacity while decreasing joint impact in a shorter period – from a chair!

SMALL GROUP PROGRAMMING FOR ACTIVE AGERS with Ann Gilbert

Presented by Ann Gilbert
In this session learn how to design a socially distanced small group programming option for the aging populations. Rethink regressions and progressions, the need for social interaction, personalized assessments and the functional patterns that will keep them coming back for more.

Training The Active Aging Female

Presented by Keli Roberts The aging female body has specific needs and concerns. As strength, mobility, stability and bone density decline, precise training strategies play a large role in successfully addressing these issues. Review foundational conditioning concepts to transform your approach. Learn to apply these principles through practical application in a hands-on session. About the Presenter: Keli is the recipient of …

Strength Training For Active Agers

Presented by Kurt Gillon
Determining the older adult’s current physical activity status is very important when creating an exercise program and setting short and long-term goals. We will address physical activity readiness questionnaires, program design and exercises.

Time: 73 mins

I Wish I Knew Before…

With Yury Rockit
Any age can teach active aging clients with understanding of the aging mental process from the perspective of mindfulness. Current research reveals possible secrets and tips that Yury shares for adding to aging process mindfulness, meditation, and music. We will also address balance from a mental and physical perspective.

Functional Fluid Fitness for Longevity

With Christine Conti
Experience a Vinyasa-Flow full-body warm-up that seamlessly transitions into segments of FUNctional low impact interval training. Hone in on your breath, strength, flexibility, and balance while having fun! Explore the magic of guided imagery at the end of class that will leave you feeling strong and empowered.

Deep Stretch & the Aging

With Ann Gilbert
Discover a new land-based format that focuses on the science behind the deep stretch for your active ager. Eliminate the fear of mat work, and empower your members with the educational-based format that easily can be launched into your growing active aging program GX lineup.

Elapsed Time: 70 minutes

Functional Fitness After 50

With Maureen Hagan
Learn Mo’s contemporary approach to building a fit mind, body and attitude after age fifty, based on 10 functional movement patterns and progressions, 7 training methods and decades of training baby boomers. Understand the role that functional movement and purposeful exercise has to play in achieving, preserving and maximizing fitness, health and wellness.

Elapsed Time: 93 minutes