High-Intensity Workouts to Slow the Aging Process | 5 CEU
Ageless Intensity offers a research-backed perspective on how high-intensity exercise can not only maximize health benefits past age 40 but also help minimize the physiological effects of aging.
Explore science-based information on how the same high-intensity exercise that provides health benefits—from increased lean muscle mass to burning fat to reduced heart rate—can also influence human physiology in a way that can reduce the biological effects of time. Learn about the impacts of aging on the body and how to keep getting results from working out hard and pushing yourself to your limits while doing it safely, lowering the risk of injury, and building in the needed recovery for a body that may be starting to show signs of aging.
Discover practical knowledge on the importance of strength and power, mobility work, and recovery as the keys to: build and maintain muscle, burn calories, and help joints stay mobile as the body ages. The exercises included are designed to be challenging and deliver tangible benefits to middle-aged and older adults. Help your clients with the predesigned workouts or customize a complete workout plan to maximize your results and combat the effects of aging.
Summarize science-based information on how the same high-intensity exercise that provides health benefits.
Discover the impacts of aging on the body and how to keep getting results from high-intensity interval training (HIIT).
Compile practical knowledge on the importance of strength and power, mobility work, and recovery.
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Book: Paperback, 240pp. Aug 2021. ISBN-13: 978-1718200753
Continuing Education Info
Accepted by the Board of Certification, Inc. (BOC) and American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)