Discover the rewarding journey of becoming a certified personal trainer for seniors. Help older adults achieve their fitness goals and improve their overall well-being.
Developing a daily exercise program for balance and fall prevention is critical as we age. In this article, we take a closer look at the causes of falls and how to prevent them. Check out these exercises that improve balance in daily activities of living.
You want to help others improve their fitness, but you’re concerned that your age may limit your ability to grow your client list. Does anyone really want to work with an older personal trainer? Of course! Being an older trainer even offers a few benefits.
Older adults live sedentary lifestyles contributing to the decline of health with age. The importance of cardiovascular health should not be overlooked. Implement these cardiovascular exercises for seniors to improve and maintain their quality of life.
Strengthening the posterior chain is important for all clients. Though seniors live a much more sedentary lifestyle. Learn how to prevent movement dysfunction and use these exercises to strengthen the posterior chain.
Yes, seniors can and should do HIIT workouts. Recent studies show that the amazing benefits of this kind of workout are for everyone. We'll break down the benefits for seniors and outline the safety considerations for working with senior clients at high intensity.
Nutritional needs change as we age. Here we outline some of the important changes in nutrition and diet with age and tips for helping your older clients make good food choices.
Functional fitness is a way to help people perform daily tasks with ease. A growing segment of the population needs professionals to help them with their functional fitness. In this article, we discuss functional fitness for seniors and the opportunity YOU have to make an impact.
We talk a lot about muscles, but what about our bones? Strong bones can help keep you moving well for years to come. Follow along for tips to improve bone strength.
Looking to add to your personal training offerings? Why not work with older adults? Seniors get major benefits from strength training. We'll explain how in this newest ISSA blog post and help you get started working with safely with senior clients.
Personal trainers are on the hunt for clients who can afford their services, need their product offerings, and make ongoing fitness a consistent priority. The best way to secure consistent business is by catering to a large and untapped market: Baby Boomers and the Great Generation. So, how does ...