Whether it's because the kids are grown up and on their own, or you're retired or getting ready to retire, it's time to take better care of ourselves. It's our time now, and we need to be physically conditioned to enjoy it!

  No matter what our age, it's never to late to start exercising. Nothing gets rid of the aches and pains better than functional exercises performed safely and correctly. It's not about how much weight you use, it's how you use the weight.

Here are some of the Do's and Don'ts of Boomer Training

Dos                                                                                                                               You can start to exercise at any age.  Check with your doctor before starting.

Do some form of exercise every day.

Do exercises that are functional in nature.

Do resistance training 2-3 times a week.

Take brisk walks or light jogging 2-3 times a week.

During rainy or cold days, take a walk in a mall or building.

Do gentle stretching exercises every day. Be careful not to overstretch.

Eat enough protein, fruits and vegetables every day.

Drink water every day. If you are 4% dehydrated your brain gets fuzzy.

Play board games and crossword puzzles to exercise your mind.

Don't Overdo it!

Train for functional movements.

If you play a sport, do movements that are reflective of the sport.

Don't go to the gym and overdo it on the first workout.

Make sure you use a light weight to warm up for each exercise.

Don't try to work out with weights that you used when you were eighteen.

Don't lift weights that you can't do properly.

Take a minute, to a minute and a half rest between sets.

Do three set of 12-16 repetitions for each exercise. 

Sip water periodically during the workout.

Get plenty of rest.

Consistency is the key to success. Don't miss your workouts!

   If you would like to consider training with us in our Personal Training Studios, please contact us by email at, or by phone at 631-220-0771.

  We'll be happy to answer any questions you may have, and help you reach the fitness level you desire.


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