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Seniors Zoom Fitness Classes

Zoom Fitness Classes What you Need To Know!

Senior Women exercising with hand weights

Zoom Fitness Classes

Zoom & Virtual fitness classes are still relatively new.  Especially for us over 50’s.

I believe this is currently because our age group prefer the social aspect of working out with others and some of us find the technology slightly daunting.

A change is coming!

Partcipating By Zoom

Zoom exercise classes participation is slowly rising.  I feel that in the future my classes will be about 50/50 inhouse to Zoom Participation.

The people who parcipate by Zoom seem to like the fact that there is:

 

  • No Travel Time
  • No Parking Fees
  • Convenient
  • Accountability
  • Fun
  • You can do the class on holidays .
  • You are still part of the Group
  • Accountability
Working out at Home with Dog

One of my regular male participants said he likes Zoom because he doesn’t have to shave laughing

Equipment for Zoom Exercise Classes

Home Gym Equipment

Equipment

  • Light dumbbells (or soup cans)
  • Mini Ball (Squishy Ball available from BIG W, sometimes Woolworths) or Pillow
  • TheraBands
  • Loop bands
  • Water Bottle
  • Exercise Mat
  • Sturdy Chair
  • A stable Internet Connection
  • 2 x Plastic Plates
Exercise Equipment for Virtual Fitness Classes

Getting Started

We Connect

We will have a chat via Zoom to discuss your goals, current health, fitness & Injuries. 

Yes, the initial meeting is on Zoom so if you are not sure how to connect, we will make this happen.

First Class

I would suggest logging on about 15 minutes earlier if you are new to Zoom.  I will be there waiting to assist with any connectivity issues. 

Please note I will be unavailable to help you within 5 minutes of the class starting.

Caution

  • Start Slower
  • Work on Posture, full range of Movement and Technique
  • Alternate between easy and harder options
  • Take breaks when you need them.
  • Stay Hydrated
  • Talk to your Doctor

Medications

Medications and Exercise

There are many benefits to exercising such as more energy, balance, well-being, mental alertness and a reduction in medications.

Always talk to your Doctor before commencing an exercise program.

Be mindful of the medications you are taking, as exercise can cause side effects such as:

  • Drowsiness
  • Dry mouth
  • Excessive sweating
  • Fatigue
  • Increased heart rate
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Tremors
  • Risk of over heating
  • Excessive sweating causing dehydration
  • Changes in Blood pressure
  • Stomach Pain
  • Cramping

If you experience any of the above, stop immediately and see your Doctor.

(Disclaimer:  I am not a Doctor and this advice is general. Always discuss the impact of exercise in regard to your mediations with your Doctor).

With Consitency to exercise and a healthy lifestyle you may see your Doctor reducing your medication.

If you would like more information on prescription medication and aging  Click here

 

Conclusion

To create a good fitness habit, start slow and be consistent. Once you have been training for a few weeks then start to build the intensity. 

Your feedback is important to me.   Please phone, email or text your progress or concerns.

Be Healthy, Sharon

Whats Next

Leave Your Details and I will Call You

Seniors Zoom Fitness Classes

Zoom Fitness Classes What you Need To Know!

Senior Women exercising with hand weights

Zoom Fitness Classes

Zoom & Virtual fitness classes are still relatively new.  Especially for us over 50’s.

I believe this is currently because our age group prefer the social aspect of working out with others and some of us find the technology slightly daunting.

A change is coming!

Partcipating By Zoom

Zoom exercise classes participation is slowly rising.  I feel that in the future my classes will be about 50/50 inhouse to Zoom Participation.

The people who parcipate by Zoom seem to like the fact that there is:

 

  • No Travel Time
  • No Parking Fees
  • Convenient
  • Accountability
  • Fun
  • You can do the class on holidays .
  • You are still part of the Group
  • Accountability
Working out at Home with Dog

One of my regular male participants said he likes Zoom because he doesn’t have to shave laughing

Equipment for Zoom Exercise Classes

Equipment

Exercise Equipment for Virtual Fitness Classes
  • Light dumbbells (or soup cans)
  • Mini Ball (Squishy Ball available from BIG W, sometimes Woolworths) or Pillow
  • TheraBands
  • Loop bands
  • Water Bottle
  • Exercise Mat
  • Sturdy Chair
  • A stable Internet Connection
  • 2 x Plastic Plates

Getting Started

We Connect

We will have a chat via Zoom to discuss your goals, current health, fitness & Injuries. 

Yes, the initial meeting is on Zoom so if you are not sure how to connect, we will make this happen.

First Class

I would suggest logging on about 15 minutes earlier if you are new to Zoom.  I will be there waiting to assist with any connectivity issues. 

Please note I will be unavailable to help you within 5 minutes of the class starting.

Caution

  • Start Slower
  • Work on Posture, full range of Movement and Technique
  • Alternate between easy and harder options
  • Take breaks when you need them.
  • Stay Hydrated
  • Talk to your Doctor

Medications

There are many benefits to exercising such as more energy, balance, well-being, mental alertness and a reduction in medications.

Always talk to your Doctor before commencing an exercise program.

Be mindful of the medications you are taking, as exercise can cause side effects such as:

  • Drowsiness
  • Dry mouth
  • Excessive sweating
  • Fatigue
  • Increased heart rate
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Tremors
  • Risk of over heating
  • Excessive sweating causing dehydration
  • Changes in Blood pressure
  • Stomach Pain
  • Cramping

If you experience any of the above, stop immediately and see your Doctor.

(Disclaimer:  I am not a Doctor and this advice is general. Always discuss the impact of exercise in regard to your mediations with your Doctor).

With Consitency to exercise and a healthy lifestyle you may see your Doctor reducing your medication.

If you would like more information on prescription medication and aging  Click here

 

Conclusion

To create a good fitness habit, start slow and be consistent. Once you have been training for a few weeks then start to build the intensity. 

Your feedback is important to me.   Please phone, email or text your progress or concerns.

Be Healthy, Sharon

Whats Next

Leave Your Details and I will Call You