How to improve your fitness

Improving your fitness means diff200290336-001_seniors-tennis_377x171erent things to everyone.

If you have been inactive for a long time your idea of improving your fitness will probably be to enable you to move around easier than you are used to without becoming breathless. If you are a regular exerciser it is more likely that you want to improve your fitness to help you move faster, beat your personal best time or take part in a different activity.

Your first objective will be to establish your current fitness level, this is relative to all activities regardless of your history and will require testing your Vo2, measuring your heart rate, volume of oxygen consumed in a minute, usually done as an exercise stress test also checking your blood pressure. Especially if you have not exercised for a long time, so for this I would suggest asking a fitness pro like ourselves to help you.

Once your current fitness level is established, you should consider asking for a programme to help you improve, there are many to choose from in the mainstream but none are specific to your current fitness this is important because if you start off too fast hard you may become unmotivated or experience severe muscular soreness or injuries as a result.

Improvement is achieved through specific training, frequency and measured intensity outlined in your training programme designed for you by an experienced trainer, for more information on how we can help you please contact us through our email at sales@normanbrownpt.com

We also offer fitness in the workplace, healthy eating and lifestyle workshops for your team of group, if you or your HR team would like more information on how we can build a programme for you email sales@normanbrownpt.com

 

 

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