Women in training Physiology, anatomy and hormones

Physiology, anatomy and hormones, can vary between men and women, and this can impact on how the training should be programmed and introduced for women.

After age of around 30, women lose about 3 to 8% of their muscle mass per decade, and this rate of loss is even higher after the age of 60. Less muscle increases the risk of falls and possible injury, especially as you age, which is another reason why muscular training is so important, as it helps you maintain muscle mass and strength as you age.

Cardiovascular Training

Whether you are a recreational or elite runner, incorporating a variety of core exercises into your training program may yield significant improvements in your running form.

You do not have to be a born runner or athlete to start running each day and enjoy the benefits of being physically active. Whether you want to run on a treadmill, outdoor track, road or trail, we can motivate you at fitness on the run Broadbeach Waters.

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