Active Seniors


An article by The National Osteoporosis Society recently discussed a new study on the effectiveness of twice-weekly resistance strength training on bone health in postmenopausal women with low bone density. In this study women aged over 58 took part in a supervised exercise programme where they were gradually introduced to exercises that helped to improve bone density in the spine and hip. This is great evidence for the classes we run at the Community Centre on Tuesdays and Thursday as we use these types of exercise each week.

Our more challenging classes are ideal for people who might be struggling to know what exercise to do if they are diagnosed with osteoporosis or have a family history of the condition. Even if you haven’t had a diagnosis or a fracture it’s never too early to work to strengthen your muscles and bone and keep yourself strong and steady for the future.

If you are interested in trying out a session then do give us a call on 07512546480 to discuss.

Classes this term run until Tuesday 12 December and Thursday 14 December and we return after the

Christmas break on Tuesday 2nd January 2018.

Ring Angela or Kim on 07512 546480 or email us on

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Kim Sproston
07512 546480.
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Last update: Sunday 26 November 2017

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