Have you ever had a setback when you thought everything was going the right way for you? Well you’re not the only one, and we’d like for you to meet someone that trusted us enough to help her overcome her bump in the road to reach her personal goals no matter what was trying to set her back.
Gina Hoff is one of the most motivated clients we have. She is a 68 year old great grandmother who has a number of goals that keep her going. Not only is she a great grandmother but she also works full time and never misses any of her work out sessions at our studio. We love her personality, persistence, hard work, dedication and desire to move better, feel better, and age actively.
Her Setback …
Gina had a horrific accident in her home that dislocated her prosthetic hip about four months ago. She was devastated not only because she would be out of her normal routine but also because she would be missing her YPB family and would have to wear a hip brace for 3 months.
“I was upset because I knew I wouldn’t be able to go to my group sessions.”
As Functional Aging Specialists; though, we knew how to take care of Gina to make sure she maintained her functionality and range of motion and strength in her hip. We structured and tailored her functional fitness workout specifically to fit her needs and eventually helped her get back movin’ and groovin’ again.
“They structured the lessons to suit me and in the past three months they’ve gotten me back on track. I’m well again.”
Hear Gina’s full testimonial here – https://bit.ly/2JZGZIS
We understand that people have setbacks and things happen in our lives that are out of our control. If you are male or female over 50 and have had a setback we offer FREE consultations with the intent of getting YOU back on your feet and reaching your personal goals as well.
Our Functional Aging workouts are adaptable no matter the exercise or most limitations a person might have.
“YPB can help anyone no matter how old they think they are. In the long run you’re going to live a lot longer and happier life.” ~ Gina H., 68