Custom Exercise Programs for Seniors
If you're an older adult looking to stay active but don't know where to begin, I can help. I specialize in ensuring a life of independence, vitality, and well-being. Together, we work on strength, resistance, flexibility, balance, and endurance to let you live life to the fullest. Don't let age hold you back – it's just a number on your journey to a healthier and happier future.
Virtual, In-Home, or On-Site: Your Choice
I understand that life is busy, which is why I now offer flexible training options:
Virtual Training: Join me from the comfort of your home, office, or anywhere you choose. Virtual training brings the gym to you, making it easier to prioritize your fitness.
In-Home Sessions: For those who prefer a personal touch, I'll come to your home to provide tailored workouts in a comfortable and familiar setting.
On-Site Training: If you have access to a gym or facility, I can meet you there and create a fitness plan that maximizes the resources available.
Hello, I'm Cindy, and I'm on a mission to help seniors live their best lives through in-home fitness.
Not in Boston? Well, I offer virtual training too and it’s easy once we set you up!
I've worked with numerous clients, and together, we've achieved incredible results. Let's explore the fantastic benefits of our tailored fitness program for you!
YOUR STRONG FOUNDATION
As we age, maintaining strength becomes paramount. My experience in working with older adults has shown me the immense value of strength training. Here's what you can expect:
Increased Bone Density: We'll work on exercises that boost bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
Weight Management: Strengthening your muscles revs up your metabolism, helping you manage or shed extra pounds.
Enhanced Quality of Life: Everyday activities will become easier, and you'll feel more vibrant and capable.
Improved Balance: Building muscle not only contributes to better balance but also reduces the risk of falls. This newfound balance is your key to independence.
Chronic Condition Management: Our strength training can alleviate the symptoms of conditions like arthritis, back pain, obesity, heart disease, depression, and diabetes.
Balancing isn't just a skill; it's a skill you can improve, no matter your age. I'll guide you through exercises and techniques to bolster your balance, increasing your confidence every day.
FLEXIBILITY, AGILITY, AND POSTURE:
STAY NIMBLE AND STAND TALL
Regular stretching is the key to maintaining muscle and joint flexibility while reducing muscle tension. We'll also tackle posture issues head-on.
Flexibility: We'll help you regain flexibility, so you can move freely and comfortably.
Agility: Our program will enhance your agility, allowing you to navigate life's challenges with ease.
Posture Perfection: Say goodbye to the "rolled shoulder" look with my seven-step exercise series dedicated to improving your posture.
Together, we'll work toward a stronger, more balanced, and more vibrant you. Don't let age hold you back – it's just a number on your journey to a healthier and happier future.
Ready to embark on this exciting fitness adventure? Contact me today to get started on your path to better health and fitness.
"Do what feels right for you..."
"We leave Cindy Sullivan’s exercise class with our muscles feeling relaxed and renewed. Her stretching, strengthening and cardio exercises are aimed specifically at older citizens; all within our ability to execute. Cindy adds suggestions for deepening each exercise with the firm caveat “If it hurts don’t do it. This is your class, do what feels right for you and provide the benefit you want”.
Her instructions are clear, the music gives us added bounce, and Cindy does the exercises with us, always with supportive and positive encouragement. Because it makes us feel so good and we know this is as important a part of healthy aging as stretching our minds or venturing out of our comfort zone to learn new things, we tell our friends about it and encourage them to come exercise with us. And they do!"
Susan and Roger Cox, Boston