By Ginger Lambert, Personal Trainer
Do you suffer from the winter blues? Do you feel isolated? Do you have joint pain and suffer from arthritis? Feel stressed out? Forgetting things?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you would benefit from this class, called “Fitness at Any Age.” Ginger Lambert, who has a bachelor of science degree from Castleton University, believes that exercise can address many of these issues.
As our bodies mature it is even more important to engage in regular exercise. Along with providing camaraderie, this class promotes strength, cardiovascular endurance, agility, balance and coordination—and you may even find your memory improving.
Quality of life can improve with as little as 30 minutes of exercise a day, the risk of mental decline can decrease, and you may find it easier to get out of bed in the morning because your joints are more supple.
Ms. Lambert has experience in modifying exercises and provides gentle tips for how to perform an exercise correctly. As a personal trainer and a triathlete, she likes to share her experience and how regular exercise helped her to overcome seasonal affective disorder. In addition to teaching fitness boot camps in Addison County and beyond, she offers corporate boot camps for companies that want to invest in the health and welfare of their employees.
Check out Tuesday morning, 9:15 a.m. – 10:00 a.m., at the Charlotte Senior Center. The fit and agile ladies of the “Fitness at Any Age” class would love to have you join them.