The Fuse Fitness owners, Pascha Brown and Kristin Rios, know that fitness is important throughout life, so they are adding new classes to support younger and older people to take their next step in personal fitness.
Starting in October, The Fuse Fitness will be offering Kung Fu classes for children aged 3 to 5 and 6 to 8 years old. Certified Kung Fu Instructor, Deshaun Williams, who will be teaching the classes says, ”The martial arts are a life long journey that helps children to build focus, discipline, strength and self-confidence.”
This winter, to better meet the needs of retired people, The Fuse Fitness will be offering a new type of class that is proving to be very popular with Southern California baby boomers and beyond.
The new senior fitness program is structured as small-group personal training. Classes consist of only three to four people and are conducted by a certified personal trainer. It differs from group classes with the goal being to offer semi-personal training that is more cost effective than one-on-one personal training. The program gives people structure and support without the social and sometimes competitive culture of large group classes.
From the initial personal assessment to the two-to-three classes a week, the new program focuses on improving functional movements that help mature adults to keep moving with increased strength and energy.
One member, Nancy, knows the benefits of this training first hand, “The Fuse Fitness is such an important factor in improving my well-being. The instructors are great at adapting exercises to my strengths and weaknesses. To them, my age and level of fitness are only opportunities. I am challenged to be the very best I can be.”
For more information about how The Fuse Fitness can help with your family’s fitness goals, call 510-558-8638 or email email@example.com.