Why Forever Active
“Make your Health as important as Everything Else in Your Life”
Why Forever Active and Why for Men 50 +
As I have grown older I have come to realize the power and health benefits of physical activity;
- Prolonged & enhanced physically active lifestyle.
- Reduced body fat.
- Stronger muscles & reduced joint pain and stiffness.
- Stronger heart & reduced cardio-vascular disease.
- Improved agility, balance & coordination & decreased risk of falls.
- Improved posture.
- Improved self image and self esteem
- Stress management.
There is no stronger “pill” than physical activity and it has a whole lot less side effects. Physical activity is addictive because of the way it makes you feel. I have created “Forever Active” to spread that message.
I have targeted men 50+ because that is a demographic that has been over looked in the fitness and health care field for too long. Except for Cialis® and Viagra® men over 50 don’t get much attention. You don’t see a lot of men 50+ in the gym or out on the street getting regular exercise. Men 50+ need some special attention too, if for no other reason than to enjoy getting older.
“63% of Canadians are not active enough to achieve the health benefits needed from physical activity. Our bodies are designed to move—even a little regular activity helps you stay healthy and reduce the risk of disease”
Forever Active was created to meet the health needs of men 50+. Forever Active is a boutique fitness gym that offers, in an intimate fitness environment, a unique opportunity for men over 50 to benefit from and enjoy increasing their levels of fitness and health.
On a one-to-one basis, following a thorough physical fitness assessment, an individualized physical activity program will be designed and implemented in my well equipped gym. Specific goals will be identified and time lines and evaluation procedures established to ensure attainment of these goals.
My Mission is Simple:
To promote healthy, active lives for men 50+ to prevent functional loss, premature disability and functional dependency.