We believe, to transform the health system, we don’t just need more health practitioners, we need less patients. Said another way, educating, empowering and supporting individuals to be responsible and taking charge of their own health and wellbeing. Of course this should be done in a supportive environment with professional guidance. At MediGYM we listen to you, understand your needs and have come to realise that environment is much stronger than willpower. Education is the key and what better way than through the power of media.
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If you come accross any supporting media that relates to fitness and health for 50s plus, that is worthy of placing in this section, please send it to MediGYM: Suite 35, 600, Military Rd Mosman NSW 2088.
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FITNESS GYM SEARCHES FOR SECRETS TO LIVING OVER 100
Sydney, NSW – MediGYM, Australia’s leading fitness gym for adults over 50 is looking for people aged 100 and above to share their secrets for longevity. The search is in line with the company’s mission to promote healthy and long life through exercise, proper diet and an overall clean lifestyle. According to statistics less than 0.18% of the Australian population reach the age of 100 and beyond. The knowledge centenarians can provide on health and longevity can be highly useful and helpful in understand the often elusive secrets of aging. “To live beyond 100 years is a rarity that makes this search very inspiring and interesting. There’s nothing like a centenarian talking about a lifetime knowledge and experience on exercise coupled with healthy living to help us realize that we too can live as long,” Dr. Robert N. Butler, a fitness physician shares. “If exercise can be packed into a pill, it would be the single, most widely prescribed and beneficial medicine in the nation,” Butler adds.
Monte Elissa, the founder of www.medigym.com.au and a physiotherapist with 10 years experience, is heading the search for centenarians. With a 5 minute phone call, the project is screening centenarians for their specific criterion by which the project can determine if they will be a good fit for their project. After the information needed is collected and evaluated, Mr Elissa and the MediGYM project will be launching www.secretsofcentenarians.com, a website that showcases information on the secrets of healthy living and longevity.
MediGYM advocates longevity through a healthy lifestyle built around exercise. “We do not stop exercising because we grow old – we grow old because we stop exercising,” is our motto that the MediGYM clients subscribe to. They understand the importance of exercise in maintaining their physical health and wellbeing.
People who may know centenarians willing to share their secrets to their longevity may call MediGYM at 02 9960 6166, or e-mail the company at email@example.com.
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MediGYM Launches New Website for 50s Plus Fitness Enthusiasts!
MediGYM, an Australia-based online community health care centre dedicated to inspiring, motivating and challenging persons in their 50s and upwards to achieve their optimal sense of well-being, today announced it is launching its new website, www.medigym.com.au.
MediGYM is a studio that conducts personal exercise programs targeted towards mature aged people, and is located the Spit Junction, Mosman (Sydney) in Australia.
“This new site brings to the table far greater user friendly accessibility and ease of use than any senior could have expected… it’s easy to navigate and offers information that provide quick risk assessment for persons suffering from Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Obesity or Stroke.
“Following an individual’s assessment, the diagnosis made, and the desired goals discussed, we will then devise and implement a program that will ensure optimal good health and fitness.
“Along with the usual exercise equipment you find in a gym, we also utilise the services of physiotherapists and physiologists in our exercise programs so as to provide our seniors with regaining or maintaining their vitality, energy, independence, strength, functionality, and allowing them to continue their favourite sporting activities (e.g. Golf, Tennis, Swimming, etc.),” said Elissa, who has been conducting the fitness/exercise programs going some 10 years now.
“Our fitness programs are also geared towards solving certain old-age health and fitness issues, namely the effects of aging, heart issues, arthritis, osteoporosis, and diabetes,” he added, but further noted, “we don’t stop exercising because we get old, we get old because we stop exercising.”
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