Everyone has a hero inside! Your internal hero is thriving, capable, strong and ready for the next adventure, no matter your age. If you’ve lost your hero, just 11 minutes a day can have you faster than a speeding bullet and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound (well, almost!). Learn how.
The Silver Bullet: 11 Minute Strength Circuit
I loved The Lone Ranger! Donning my cowboy hat, black mask and six guns I lived in the heart of that masked man for all my childhood. Our heroes back then taught us of the Hero within our own hearts, still thriving even now. We are proven and capable because we are older and smarter. You already know you can do anything you put your mind to, so get to know that Hero in your soul all over again.
At your gym, Gold’s Gym, we have planned complete programs with you in mind that will give you success through simplicity and education. By being here regularly, consistently, you will own the four legs of the fitness table…strength, flexibility, cardiovascular health, and endurance. Your quality of life will soar, as will your years of healthy, happy living. Being here will change your body and your life in more ways than you can realize. So come on in and take advantage of what you have earned.
The very first thing is to make an appointment at the front desk (call or stop by…they will know the schedules) to have equipment and orient you on the lay of the land. This will give you confidence as you proceed. Many programs are available to you but for now just get started on beginning programs and the rest will come soon enough.
Our famous “11 Minute Circuit” is your home for strength training and is absolutely perfect for your first steps into “energy through muscle tone”. You will feel immediate control over your health as you rediscover your Hero of Strength.
In our next Silver Bullet we will talk about how to take advantage of our classes. By coming to class you will find that Hero of Endurance that will make the other 23 hours of your day magnificent. See you tomorrow at the Gym.
Click on this link for interesting study of aging and our blood. Can we alter this with exercise? Who knows but “food for thought.”