Learn how to blend the science of movement and activity with practical examples of exercises and training that are guaranteed to accelerate results for longevity.
List reasons why current programs are not working.
Outline how to integrate different components into Aging Programs by identifying key goals and outlining common weaknesses in the Aging Demographic.
When training the Baby Boomer population, Trainers and Therapists have to have the knowledge and skills around training for life. Independence and keeping active are some of the main goals for this demographic and if we can give them these skills, we create longevity and less stress on our aging health system. In this presentation, join Ken as he shares his knowledge working with this population blending his experience as a Rehab specialist in the Australian military with over 30 years of working in the fitness industry as a Personal Trainer and Group Exercise leader and Programmer.
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Ken Baldwin, Owner & Director, QPEC & Perform Better Australia