As each generation lives longer there is a growing demand for a broad range of fitness and wellness programs that meet everything from their social to physical needs.
Seniors expect to have access to programs that will reduce the negative health effects of aging, improve quality of life, and increase their health span. Their top choice for joining a fitness center is typically a low-impact group fitness class.
These are programs you should consider adding to your group fitness schedule to help engage your senior members and attract new senior prospects within your community. Our top program recommendations for the active aging community include:
- Light Strength
- Pilates Mat
- Pilates Reformer
- Aquatics Exercise
- Abs and Hips
- Chair Fitness
- Tai-Chi, Zumba
- Folk Dancing
At Active Wellness we’re focused on inspiring safe and engaging programs for seniors that improve their quality of life. Contact us today to learn more about how we can engage with your senior commu
nity or how we can help your gym or fitness center target this market.
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Mark Metcalf is a Senior General Manager for Active Wellness. He has over 25 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. His various roles over the years include Fitness Director, Operations Manager, Senior General Manager, and Regional Manager. During the past three years, he has provided Regional and General Manager support at three locations in the Bay Area, including two medical fitness health club locations and a 55+ senior living community fitness center. Mark earned a BS in Exercise Science with a minor in Health from Ithaca College.