This is Diane showing off her core strength before she left us for florida for the winter

What if I Have Injuries?

Movement is medicine!  Performed correctly with steady progression, functional movements can heal your body, increase your energy and sky-rocket your zest for life.  Our trainers are experienced with corrective exercise programming and we will work to correct physiological imbalances and weaknesses in the body, while improving mobility, balance and strength.  

We are an extension of your medical and wellness team.  We often involve your therapists in the development of individualized plans of care to address your unique needs and goals. Once your therapist treat your injuries, we are excellent at strengthening your body so these injuries do not reoccur.

Our trainers complete a comprehensive evaluation of each patient to determine what is causing their symptoms. Common problems treated by our staff include:

  • ACL tears and repairs
  • Back injuries
  • Spine and lower extremity joint instabilities
  • Meniscus tears of knee
  • Patellar tendonitis
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Shoulder instability
  • Sprains and strains

Our Scope of work includes:

  • Balance and coordination activities
  • Strength and flexibility programming
  • Manual therapy (manipulation, soft tissue mobilization)

Flex those muscles

The older you get, the more important strength training becomes. One of the more crippling effects of aging for athletes is the gradual loss of muscle
mass, and the loss of strength that it entails. Athletes in sports that dont require tremendous strength are particularly susceptible, says Burke, as they tend to try and get by without resistance training.

youre young, very often you can get away with it, but the older you get, the more important it becomes to train for strength specifically, no matter which sports you do.

What we do

Fit Forever is a small group training class designed to facilitate and integrate with an active lifestyle the baby boomer generation has come to create and define.

Our exercises are functional, low impact exercises that help strengthen joints, improve flexibility, core and muscular strength, and cardiovascular conditioning......all packed into one great workout.  Using intervals and circuits allows everyone to go at there own pace while doing exercises specific to your specific goals. 

We progress slowly, yet at a pace that leaves you feeling stronger daily.  

Everybody will be at a different fitness level, so don't worry where you are currently at, we can address everyone's fitness needs, that is why we are the best at what we do; taking a group of people with different fitness abilities and getting them all to a new, higher fitness standard.  Led by a great team of qualified trainers,  that are always here to answer all of your fitness questions.  

Aging may slow you down, but it need not take away your identity as an athlete, or stop you from any of the activities you enjoyed during your younger years.

Train smarter, not harder!  We’ve learned to pay more attention to sleep, diet, strength training, and the precise details of my overall plan than I might have in my 30s.



119 Park Ave Summit NJ 07901 US

Current Small Group Training is at 10:30 am on Mondays, Wednesday and Friday's and Private sessions available

Better training can help you stay at your peak longer

Although all athletes will eventually lose the age versus performance race, with better training and recovery practices, in the coming years we likely will begin to see more athletes in their 40’s remaining competitive at the highest levels of
sport. By “training smarter, not harder,” athletes can reduce the chances of injuries, maximize gains from training and minimize the effects of aging.

Older athletes need longer to recover and adapt to a training stimulus, so workout planning needs to change with age.

High-intensity interval training, for instance, focuses on the quality of a workout, rather than the sheer volume of training, and can be used effectively by older athletes to improve aerobic capacity.

Cross-training, such as weightlifting and yoga, can help to maintain muscle mass and flexibility, and reduce overuse injuries in endurance athletes.

An emphasis on “active recovery” strategies (an easy run or swim on your rest days) and improved sleeping habits are important for athletes of all 
ages, but become essential for older athletes.

Performance decline isn’t just about physical changes, however. As we age, our intrinsic motivation to train diminishes. Even in athletes, the motivation to train may shift somewhat from setting personal records to remaining active and healthy. And that’s a great motivation for any athlete at any age.Type your paragraph here.