Independence Fitness: Legs Workout for Seniors

July 14, 2016 - Comment

Leg muscles are out to work in all of your daily activities from the moment you get out of bed until the time you go to sleep at night. When you strengthen your leg muscles, you can positively impact your independence and wellness by leaps and bounds. You will improve bone density and increase muscle

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Leg muscles are out to work in all of your daily activities from the moment you get out of bed until the time you go to sleep at night. When you strengthen your leg muscles, you can positively impact your independence and wellness by leaps and bounds. You will improve bone density and increase muscle mass as you increase the frequency of these exercises, the weight you lift and the number of repetitions you do. Increased strength and endurance in your legs help you live your daily life with more energy and confidence. Leg workouts help improve your mobility and balance… and protect you from falls that can cause serious injuries and consequences. This workout is designed to build strength in the legs and overall body core. It has seated and standing routines. Both versions will give you a good workout and allow for many opportunities to progress. Featuring Connie Balcom, ACE-Certified Senior Fitness Specialist.

Independence Fitness is the most comprehensive whole body exercise program focused on strength, balance and flexibility for those over 50 determined to live the life they want. Check out the entire Independence Fitness DVD series to help you feel your very best. Our goal for you is to live fully… not to have a beach body or flat abs. We know you have things on your bucket list to do and we want you to feel great as you experience all that life has in store for you. Because we know that everyone begins at a different ability, Independence Fitness meets you at your own level and is designed to encourage you to achieve your own personal goals.

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