Studies have found that only about 30 percent of the difference in strength between young adults and older adults is due to aging. A decline in physical activity is responsible for around 70 percent of the strength people lose. The good news is that if it has already occured, the loss can be regained. Older adults often experience remarkable improvement in strength within weeks or months of starting a strength training program, according to the Mayo Clinic.
According to th study: Muscles are responsible for every movement you make, and stronger muscles make it easier to live a full and productive life. Strong muscles influence your health in other ways. For example strength training can improve bone health, promote weight control, reduce risk of injury, alleviate back or arthritis pain, promote diabetes control, and improve cognition.
That is where the benefit of a trainer comes in. People tend to start an exercise program and then tend to not modify it or reconize the areas that need to be emphasized. A personal trainer at Fitness Inside & Out will evaluate your strength and endurance and also your flexibility and balance. A personal trainer is able to adapt your exercise routine to your various conditions to improve your overall health.