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Getting Intense With Older Clients

by: Pete McCall, MS

Senior Fitness

Research shows that high-intensity training can improve the lives of senior exercisers.

Traditionally, high-intensity power and resistance training was reserved for ath- letes striving to enhance sport-specific performance.

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IDEA Fitness Journal, Volume 11, Issue 2

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About the Author

Pete McCall, MS

Pete McCall, MS IDEA Author/Presenter

Exercise is all about having the energy and vitality to do what you want to do when you want to do it. Whether you want to compete in a Tough Mudder-type obstacle course race or play with your kids (or grandkids) exercise can help you enjoy your life to the fullest and my role as a personal trainer is to help you achieve that potential. For the past number of years I've been an educator working for the largest personal training certification (the American Council on Exercise) where I helped create a wide variety of education to support how fitness professionals work with their clients. I've had the opportunity to teach workshops to personal trainers around the world and have been quoted in numerous publications (NY Times, LA Times, Washington Post, Shape, SELF, etc...) but the bottom line is that I enjoy helping people change their lives and achieve their maximum potential through exercise. If your goal is to use exercise to enhance your life and you're in the San Diego area, then please contact m