Confidence Through Movement | 12th Sept - 2nd October

£24.99

Starting 12th of September to 2nd October

After the age of 50, our bodies stop performing as well as they did in our 30s and 40s. This is because, as we age, our bodies experience a natural decrease in muscle mass, power, stability, and speed. This is why it's so important to begin and continue building confidence with physical exercise throughout your entire lifespan.

The best place to start to build confidence with movement is to not only understand the way in which we move but to also break things down into smaller parts, perform them regularly and build healthy habits. When you do aerobic exercise, you feed your brain with valuable nutrients and oxygen, improving cognitive function. After exercise, you tend to feel more focused, alert and able to complete the tasks of the day more efficiently, thus improving your self-esteem.

The Goldster Confidence with Movement Program brings together physical workout classes for muscle-strengthening and mobility. The classes are focused on improving the way you feel when moving throughout your day-to-day life and activities. Goldster’s Personal Trainer James Hilton will have you brimming with confidence in this 21-day programme, making you feel like you are back to where you were, whilst having fun and making a bunch of friends along the way.

The Goldster's 21-day Confidence through Movement Program includes:

  • 21-days of specifically designed Goldster live online classes for you to build confidence in movement.
  • Live welcome meeting with the team of James Hilton, Andy Yau, Tim Harris and Duncan Vincent
  • 1 live introductory session to discuss the importance of movement, biomechanics, moving assessments, and the 6 basic movement skills on 13th September at 10:00 am BST. (This will be a practical class, please wear suitable footwear/clothing).
  • 5 x group personal training classes with James Hilton covering a different movement skill each session.
  • Tuesday Training Sessions: 20th and 27th September 10:00am BST
  • Thursday Training Sessions: 15th, 22nd and 29th September 10:00 am BST
  • "Science of Strength and Balance" Masterclass with Clinical Scientific Research Lead Dr Zara Quail.
  • Weekday coaching, motivation, and feedback on a closed Facebook group.
  • Daily emails with class reminders and motivational quotes.

Meet James Hilton

James is a hugely popular Personal Trainer based in Gloucestershire. His expertise lies in functional movement and injury recovery through to performance. He prides himself on helping people understand their individual goals relatable to everyday tasks and activities. He then works meticulously to help them overcome the hurdles that stand in their way. All of his methods are backed up by the latest scientific research. He's a self-confessed health and fitness bookworm.

James left a successful, yet intense career in sales and marketing to embark on a life-changing trip around the world with his young family. James found solace in being able to exercise and improve his mental well-being. It was during this time that James rediscovered his own happiness along with his passion for health and fitness that he feels so passionate about, and helping others improve their quality of life has become a reality.

 

5 ways this program will help you!

1. Feel Better

Exercise is good for your body and mind. It can help you break out of bad habits like poor diet choices, overeating and being sedentary. When you feel better physically, you’re more interested in meeting new people, exploring new places and you have more energy to take on challenges and overcome obstacles.

2. Feel Stronger

Regular exercise makes your body stronger and lowers your risk for high blood pressure and chronic disease. It also helps to control weight and reduce stress, depression and anxiety. When you have physical strength, you often gain mental strength.

3. Gain a Sense of Accomplishment

Exercise is about setting and achieving goals. The success of creating an exercise routine and sticking to it brings you a sense of achievement. When you achieve your exercise goals, you have more emotional stamina to take on your personal goals until you feel like there’s nothing you can’t do!

4. Improved Self Image

Sometimes self-esteem issues are tied to body perception. Regular exercise helps build confidence by improving our body image. While exercising you’re likely to strengthen and tone your body, and seeing these results can greatly improve your self-esteem and help you feel better about the way you look.

5. Increased Brain Power
Exercise makes you smarter. When you do aerobic exercise, you feed your brain with valuable nutrients and oxygen, improving cognitive function. After exercise, you tend to feel more focused, alert and able to complete the tasks of the day more efficiently, thus improving your self-esteem.