The fastest growing training population is clients over 55 years of age. As this population grows, so does the need for experienced trainers who understand the dynamics of training this group. From the initial assessment to designing a training program and addressing any ailments or illnesses the client(s) may bring.
ALL my training programs are Active Aging. I do not see any need for differentiating by age alone. If I implement different programs, it is as a result of the initial assessment. True, one may see more people requiring special consideration in an age group above 55 years of age, but that landmark alone has absolutely no relevance to my programming.