At GetMovin-GetFit, our mission is to get you physically active, and staying active through exercise and fitness programs.
Whether you are just getting started or have been working out with regularity, we will provide the motivation and ongoing support as you work toward your fitness goals. While working with you in a one-on-one setting, or in group fitness classes, the fitness trainer will develop and implement a fitness training program that will help you lose weight, build strength and improve balance.
We are dedicated to creating an environment where everyone can exercise, interact and enjoy getting fit. All adult-ages, genders and levels of fitness are welcomed.
Personal Training, Group Fitness and Zumba Gold Programs incorporate Cardio Fitness, Functional and Strength Training, which is effective for overall Health and Wellness.
Another way to think about aerobic exercise or “cardio” is that it is the type of workout where your heart rate and breathing increase, but not so much that you feel like you need to stop and rest. Think brisk walking, swimming, biking, working out on cardio equipment, among other activities. Improving cardiovascular fitness can reduce your risk of developing heart disease by increasing the efficiency of your heart, lungs, and blood vessels.
A functional workout is simply one that strengthens you in a particular way that directly translates to an activity outside the weight room. For most people, the practical application of functional training is to make daily activities easier to perform. That purpose can be related to getting better at everyday activities—like walking, squatting to pick up something heavy, pushing a revolving door, or getting in and out of a chair—or preparing to compete in a sport, like soccer, football, or tennis.
Strength Training (also known as resistance training) involves using your own body weight or tools, like dumbbells or resistance bands to build muscle mass, strength and endurance. Strength Training may also help you develop strong bones, manage your weight; and build strong muscles which can contribute to better balance and may reduce your risk of falls.