Services

Agercise® services

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 Agercise®  SERVICES

  

  •  Physical fitness instruction 
  •  Instructor training for fitness classes and programs 
  •  Education services, namely, streaming of video via the internet of physical fitness classes and fitness instruction 
  • Conducting fitness classes
  • Fitness and exercise consulting services 
  • Physical fitness counseling services
  • Physical fitness studio services and group exercise classes
  • Cardiovascular, strength, flexibility and balance training 
  • Personal fitness training
  • Aerobic and anaerobic activities
  • Resistance  and flexibility training
  • Physical fitness conditioning classes

Fitness Education/Instructor Training

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  Agercise®  SERVICES
 

  • Physical fitness consultation 
  • Physical fitness studio services and group exercise classes
  • Cardiovascular, strength, flexibility and balance training 
  • Personal fitness training
  • Aerobic and anaerobic activities
  • Resistance  and flexibility training
  • Physical fitness conditioning classes

 


For the Fitness Instructors

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  • The #6 fitness Industry trend for 2018: CERTIFICATIONS  American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
  • The need for Educated and Experienced Fitness Professionals
  •  Fitness Instructor evaluation by Fitness/Wellness Director
  •  Hands on approach with Fitness Instructors, have them practice doing what they are teaching


Agercise® is looking to take your program in a new direction

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EXERCISE LEADERS SHOULD BE:

  •  enthusiastic motivators with a positive attitude,
  •  persistent energy,
  •  ability to organize and lead exercise classes, 
  • use music and choreograph routines
  • Must be an effective counselor, 
  • good listener, 
  • establishing rapport through confidence and genuine concern for the participants

Make them want to move to your retirement community for the Exercise Program

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LEADERSHIP

Fitness Program Director


Program Director: Has the most influence on success of your program,

 Provides the interface between the program and participants


  How much exercise do older adults need? 

How much physical activity do older adults need for important health benefits?  The  American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has  guidelines that include:

Endurance 

Aerobic activity 

Muscle strengthening  

Functional Movement 

Balance 

Flexibility 

 Agercise®  has it all covered with professional certifications to back it up. 

You Tube Channel

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INSTRUCTORS

Want to learn about working with the Active Aging?

  •  "young old"   65-75 years
  • "old"  75-85 years
  • "oldest old" 85 and up

Check out my presentations on my YOU TUBE channel