Designing and teaching fitness programs for 50+

Maintain Muscle Mass & Strength

As people age, they naturally experience sarcopenia, or the loss of muscle mass. Strength training helps seniors maintain and even improve muscle strength, allowing them to perform daily activities more easily and independently.

Enhance Bone Density

Regular strength training can increase bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis, a common issue in older adults. Stronger bones help prevent fractures and falls, improving overall quality of life.

Support Balance & Mobility

Strength training improves balance, coordination, and mobility in seniors, reducing the risk of falls and injuries. This increased stability can help seniors stay active and engaged in their daily lives.

Boost Mental Health & Cognitive Function

Participating in strength training can help improve mental health by reducing anxiety, depression, and stress. Additionally, regular exercise has been linked to better cognitive function, which may help delay or prevent age-related cognitive decline.

June Murphy
Hi All, Trainer June here. I am a fitness trainer, wellness coach, and nutrition advisor. I specialize in 50+ and senior health & wellness.

I help people manage chronic pain through low-impact exercise. I am passionate about disability exercise through pre-surgery & post-rehab strength training. I also design personal programs for weight loss.

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BMI Weight Status
Below 18.5 Underweight
18.5 - 24.9 Normal
25 - 29.9 Overweight
30 and Above Obese