By the year 2030, the number of individuals in the United States 65 years and over will reach 70 million, and people 85 years and older will be the fastest-growing segment of the population. At Personal Edge Fitness we know that the key to relieving aches and pains associated with age is regular exercise and though we all hope to increase our number of birthdays we do not have to let it dictate our level of activity.
Strength training can help reduce the signs and symptoms of many chronic diseases, including arthritis. Strength training, particularly in conjunction with regular aerobic exercise, can also have a profound impact on a person’s mental and emotional health.
My patients who have worked with the professional staff at Personal Edge Fitness have experienced an enhanced quality of life that comes only from increased activity level and expert fitness training.-Dr. Thomas C. McGee
I am well aware of the need for a comprehensive fitness program as we age. For the past 16 years I have entrusted my exercise regimen to the professional staff at Personal Edge Fitness.-Lowell Friedman
Daily exercise has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. Though I have trained in some of the finest fitness establishments in the world I would go nowhere else for my personal training needs than Personal Edge Fitness.-Fanny Miesler
I have worked with the trainers of Personal Edge Fitness since 1997. In all those years of training, I have experienced no loss in strength and abilities usually related to aging. It is for this reason alone that I have made Personal Edge Fitness an integral part of my life and would go nowhere else for my fitness program.-Nan Lauten