Strong is sexy. That’s always been true for men, but now, more than ever, it’s true for women too. Whether it’s for self-defense, keeping up with the kids or just opening that difficult pickle jar, you need to be able to do it yourself. In today’s changing society, many women are on their own, so the stronger you are, the more able you’ll be able to handle those tasks at home from carrying limbs off the lawn to carrying bags of groceries.
You’re never too old to get into shape.
It doesn’t matter what your present level of fitness, your age or your limitations, you can get healthier and stronger with the help of one of our personal trainers. If you have physical limitations, such as weaker needs, the trainer will adjust the program or exercise form that prevent further injury or pain. If you’re older or out of shape, the trainer will first assess your level of fitness and then create a program that you’re capable of accomplishing but will still make you work hard.
You’ll look sexier.
Firm toned muscles are sexy, otherwise “kick-butt” heroines wouldn’t exist, like Xena, Sarah Conner from “The Terminator, ” Daenerys Targaryen from “Game of Thrones” or Liz from “Blacklist.” Every season the list of tough strong women becomes longer, reflecting society’s view on female strength. Frankly, most men find both brains and brawn extremely attractive when found in one woman. Of course, strong men have always been considered sexy, so there’s no reason to elaborate on them.
You’ll have more confidence the stronger you become.
Physical strength doesn’t mean you’ll have big bulky muscles, unless that’s what you want. It does mean you’ll walk taller and feel more confident, eliminating the look of a victim and replacing it with the look of a “don’t mess with me” victor. It can be intimidating if you want it to be and can be beneficial for you in a competitive work force. People judge you first on your appearance and your appearance will say, “I’m confident.”
You’ll lose weight as you tone and firm your body.
Exercise will burn off the harmful hormones created by stress and replace them with ones that make you feel good.
Studies show that just starting a program of regular exercise improves your self-image. You can imagine how it makes you feel when you see the results.
You’ll reduce your risk of serious debilitating conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and osteoporosis, when you exercise on a regular basis.