Worcester Outdoor Fitness

Personal training - Boxing Fitness - Bootcamps - Martial Arts

Worcester Outdoor Fitness

Personal training - Boxing Fitness - Bootcamps - Martial Arts

Senior Fitness Personal Training

 In the past it was often thought that getting older was a time to slow down and take it easy. Thanks to medical research, we now know that staying active throughout our senior years not only delays the ageing process but also significantly improves our well-being and quality of life. In fact, many of the health problems associated with older age such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis and joint problems are in many cases, simply the result of leading a more sedentary lifestyle. Through a combination of specially tailored aerobic, strength training and stretching exercises, our personal trainers will help you to dramatically improve your health and mobility. Engaging in a light to moderate exercise programme will help to boost your energy levels and enable you to lead an active life as you get older. Many aspects of our service, are designed with our senior clients in mind.


The aim is to make them feel as comfortable as possible with their new exercise regime. Step 1: You will begin with a free consultation and a 30-minute taster session during so you can sample mobile personal training first-hand. Our trainer will introduce some of the exercises and workouts they would be looking to install in your programme, should you decide to sign up. Step 2: Thereafter you can sign up for a block of ten, twenty or thirty sessions. All sessions are 60 minutes long, and our trainer will come to your home to train you in your living room, or outdoors in your garden. This means, you save travel time and costs as we bring the workouts direct to you.




Why exercise is important for the elderly? Exercise has countless benefits for those of all ages, including a healthier heart, stronger bones and improved flexibility. For seniors, there are additional benefits, like the fact that regular exercise reduces the risk of chronic diseases, lowers the chance of injury and can even improve one's mood.mproved mobility. A personal trainer can work with seniors to build muscle strength and increase flexibility which can help with coordination, balance, and overall mobility. Many seniors want to stay active and be on the go, so keeping their body healthy can help them do so for as long as possible.


Personal Training ( 1-1 )


1 session £30

4 sessions £100

8 sessions £190

15 sessions £300


What should you bring to your first session?


Firstly, to get off to a flying start, bring a positive attitude!

Once your plan is agreed, you’ll be advised of what to bring & wear but you should bring the following items to your initial assessment session:

Suitable loose clothing, e.g., shorts,

loose top Suitable footwear e.g.

Trainers Relevant medical history Medication details And don’t forget your glasses if you need them to read forms!



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