Online Fitness Classes for Folks After 60
Joe Weaver, age 70
I help men and women over 60 to build the strength, balance and endurance needed to maintain an active life. I understand the older body because I have one. And I've been trained as an Active Aging Specialist.
ABOUT MY CLASSES
Your safety is my first priority.
That's why I limit classes to 10 participants so I can adjust exercises for each person's needs.
We use resistance bands and bodyweight exercises instead of free weights.
We practice special warm up and cool down routines before, during and after each class.
Second priority is having fun.
Because if it's not fun you won't keep doing it. And if you don't keep doing it you won't get results. So, we play our favorite tunes from the 50's, 60's, 70's.
And we joke around a lot! This is not a bootcamp.
Third priority is results!
At our age we need to build and maintain: Strength, Balance, Endurance, Flexibility, and Mobility. Each workout is structured to optimize those needs. We also use a special breathing technique that makes exercise easier and more enjoyable.
Here's a sample of my zoom class
Joe Weaver is THE BEST at fitness training, and a remarkable instructor in holistic fitness from breath to incorporation of daily routine tips. Wholeheartedly recommend him!!!
Dr. Martha Batorski
During my 40's ~a Kona Ironman Championship competitor.
In my 50's~life got in the way.
At 60~Joe revived my quest to achieve better health and fitness. Under his guidance my weight loss and increase in muscle were substantial
The true plus of his system is Joe himself; his knowledge, encouragement and empathy toward's each client is remarkable.
I will be forever grateful to Joe for renewing my passion for living life but at an Older, Wiser & Slower pace.
"I wanted an exercise program that would give me more strength and help with my balance. This has done a remarkable job. It's fun, yet very demanding at times. And I really feel I'm getting the workout I need. It's been great!"
I was skeptical about using resistance bands instead of weights. But it turns out I get just as good a workout without the risk of injuring myself. We have a wonderful community in class, and we're having a lot of fun.