Research has shown that regular resistance training can reverse aspects of aging at the gene level. People begin to lose muscle starting by the age of 30. By the age of 50, aging can rapidly change our bodies.
Sarcopenia is a condition of age-associated muscle degeneration. Middle Aged adults lose 3% of their muscle strength every year, on average, including decreased numbers of muscle stem cells, mitochondrial dysfunction, a decline in protein quality and turnover, and hormonal deregulation improves the muscle's longevity profile at the molecular level. It is well known that long-term resistance training is associated with a lower risk to age-associated morbidity and mortality.
Active Aging is not about holding onto our youth, but instead its about maximizing the opportunity of aging. Its about maintaining independence, staying active, staying strong, and putting in the effort. We need to strength train three to four times a week using a mixture of machines, free weights, elastomers, and instability equipment when appropriate. Muscle maintenance is the key!
Fitness Integrated Science is home to some of the best personal training in Louisville. Our personal trainers skill sets are based on the science of exercise mechanics, creating safe, logical, progressive exercises that are perfect for your individual structure so you’re more likely to meet your goals. Don’t have goals yet? Let Lauren help you figure out what sort of progress you want to see.
All Personal Training occurs in our private Personal Training Studio at Clover Lane. We have spared no expense in selecting some of the best resistance pieces from Nautilus, Paramount, Vectra, Tuff Stuff, Cybex, Hoist, TRX and Free-Motion equipment to help preserve your joints and give you the highest results possible.
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