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“The FLS Fitness program (www.FLSFitness.com) was inspired by an avid body builder and competitive Men’s Physique athlete, who is also a middle aged, married, father-of-four children and businessman. This well rounded exercise program is designed to compliment the complex and busy schedules of both men and women between the ages of 40-65 who understand that their age is nothing more than a number!”

The acronym FLS stands for the following:

Fire Fast- The need for short spurts of explosive power and speed, to one degree or another, is required on occasion by all people in normal day activities. There’s no need to train as intensely as an elite sprinter or power lifter in order to benefit from an exercise regimen that incorporates basic exercise principles that includes speed and power.

Lift Heavy- Age related muscle loss is something that everyone needs to be conscious about over time, and an exercise regimen that includes weight bearing elements helps to address that issue. Understand that what what might be considered as “heavy” for one person might be considered light for another, so the real goal should be for each person to safely exercise with an amount of weight that is appropriate for their own bodies in order to build and preserve muscle mass.

Slow Control- Achieving “life balance” is no small feat at any age, but especially during the midlife years with as many responsibilities and demands for our time and attention. This exercise program addresses the physical portion of that goal by incorporating isometric and balance movements as an essential part of a well rounded exercise regimen.

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