Strength training isn’t only for the fit and healthy, it can provide lots of benefits for those managing long term health conditions as well.

If you’ve received a diagnosis of conditions such as low back pain, Parkinson’s, heart disease, or osteopenia, your initial instinct might be to take a step back. However, recent research suggests that embracing weight training can not only alleviate symptoms but potentially prevent the worsening of these conditions.

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Helen

Having worked in IT in London for 15 years I was made redundant in 2009. I had trained as a gym instructor whilst working and decided I would rather spend the rest of my career doing something I loved than look for another job in IT. I furthered my qualifications with a Certificate in Advanced Personal Training from the highly regarded Premier Training. Many personal trainers are generalists covering all areas of fitness but I took the decision to specialise in the over-50s and therefore went on to do a CYQ Award in Functional Training for the Independent Older Adult Level 3. My focus is on overall health rather than fitness. I believe that making small changes can have a long term positive effect on health and well-being.

One Response to Strength Training Benefits: A Guide for Managing Health Conditions

  1. Good luck 🙂

    on March 2, 2024 at 9:37 am Jimmyjaw

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