Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Caring for Our Bodies Through The Decades

For most people, caring for our body may not seem like a priority in our 20’s.
We’re young, vibrant & bullet-proof, right? We bounce right back from a big night out, no aches and pains, and we look at your parents (and anyone over 40) as The Old Folks.

In our 30’s, life can take a more serious turn.
With a focus on career, family & the future, we are all systems go. If we’ve been fit & active up to this point, that activity can tend to fall away as other priorities come to the fore.

If fitness was never really our thing, those aches & pains I mentioned become a little too frequent, mostly due to an inactive lifestyle.

In our 40’s, is often the time we take stock of how far we’ve come & look ahead to our future (remember those Old Folks? Yep. Now that’s you).
This is often the time when we start to take our health more seriously, especially if we or loved ones have gone through serious injury or illness.

In our 50’s and beyond, we come to realise that moving well & pain-free, means we’re on a better road for the decades ahead. Being active means living independently for longer & reducing risks and complications of chronic conditions like heart disease, type 2 diabetes and arthritis.

This is where MET Fitness can help.

We understand the time pressures & realities of life, work & family, which is why our classes are designed to give you maximum bang for buck in terms of time, money & fitness.

We work with people of all levels of fitness and mobility; our clients have included people with knee replacements in both knees and other conditions that mean we adapt.
There is always a way to be fitter, stronger, healthier & happier.

Being fit FEELS GOOD, it’s not about what you look like.

Being fitter & healthier reduces your risk of 35 chronic diseases, including 4 types of cancer.

Being fit gives you more energy to live a great life.

Healthy is an outfit that looks different on everybody – fitness is the foundation.

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