Super Seniors

Course Name: Super Seniors
Course Code: PMO0CED010
Location / Venue: Oswestry Memorial Hall
Start Date: 19-Sep-17
Days: Tuesday
Times: 1:30pm-2:30pm
Weeks: 10
Tuition Fee: £50.00


What is the course about?

Aerobic exercise section to improve the cardio-vascular system, improve efficiency of burning calories, decreased body fat and decreased blood pressure.

Muscular strength and endurance exercises to improve muscles, posture, body shape and bone density. Dance to music.

Flexibility exercises to improve range of motion in all joints and muscles, reduce tension in the muscles and to reduce the risk of injury when moving into extended positions.

Keep fit for older students to keep the body supple, relax and keep the mind alert.

The session is coached throughout to encourage the individual to achieve their optimum level. Alternative fitness levels are accommodated with different exercise intensity levels.

Is there anything I need to bring with me?

Wear loose, comfortable clothing, several layers to peel off as you warm up. Sports trainers with cushioned soles are recommended to protect joints from jolts.

All equipment is provided. You may bring your own water, although water is provided by the tutor.

Is there anything else I need to be aware of?

No previous skills required. Suitable for seniors. All new participants are screened confidentially at the first session to inform instructor of any health related problems that may influence their exercise capabilities.

The regular participant can expect to achieve an improved fitness level to maintain a healthier lifestyle, to have improved posture, balance and co-ordination and have improved overall health.

If you have a medical condition, have had a operation or have had treatment in the last 6 months it would be advisable to consult your GP before embarking on any exercise programme.

NOTE : It has to be emphasised that many medical conditions benefit from exercise but is always advisable to speak with our GP first.

Are there any opportunities for progression with this course?

Regular attendance will add to your health and well-being

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