Friday, November 1, 2013

Take The First Step

Small group training for the inactive and inexperienced 

Yes, we’re all getting older but it’s a myth that people automatically get weak as they get age. The fact is, people become weak because they don’t challenge their muscles enough to maintain their strength. No wonder. With all our labor-saving devices nowadays, it takes a conscious effort to stop muscle deterioration.

I’m sure you want to stay energetic and vibrant as you get older. You want to enjoy your life, not sit on the sidelines because you’re too tired or too weak to play with your grandkids, bike/hike, dance at a wedding, etc.

Strength training is the key. It makes your muscles and bones stronger. Everyday tasks get easier. And, no, that doesn’t mean heaving around huge weights. 

I know that many people are hesitant to join a gym. Maybe they’ve never exercised or they have medical issues or injuries and they’re concerned they’ll get hurt. 

Many of those folks want more individual instruction and supervision but not necessarily one-on-one coaching. That’s why I created my new program. 

First Step is small group strength training for those who have never exercised or haven’t exercised in a while. You get the instructional benefits of personal training along with the support and camaraderie of a group, at a fraction of the cost of individual personal training.

Assessments will be conducted at the beginning of the 8-week session and movements will be adapted as needed for each participant. That’s what makes First Step different from typical exercise “classes”. 

We will meet Tuesday and Thursdays at 11:00 AM for 30 minutes, beginning Nov. 19th. (If you are interested but unavailable at those times, please let me know.)  

Because this is a brand new program, I am offering the first 8-week session for 50% off! $139! Enrollment is limited so that each person can get the individual attention they deserve. 

Call Mickey at (717) 509-7777 to see if First Step is right for you. Or, if you prefer, you can get all the details at First Step Exercise Program .

I'm having intermittent problems with the above link. If you get a 404 error message, click to go to the homepage and then click on the "First Step" button. Sorry for any inconvenience.


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