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I can now play with my grandkids for 30 straight minutes without needing to sit down or take a break! I have steady energy thought the day. Stairs are easier and getting in and out of the car is now done without a second thought!” – Frank P., 62 years young

Daman Strength Training has recently launched two brand new programs that target a totally different market segment than they previously have over the past few years: non-athletic, video gamers, and young adolescents looking to build a foundation for the rest of their lives. Now, DST wants to reach those on the opposite end of the spectrum: older adults.

DST is calling this their “Perpetual Training Program,” and it’s designed for the aging adult to build strength and mobility in order to maintain their independence into aging. This program makes perfect sense given the fact our most populous generation, the Baby Boomers, are now either retired or soon to be retired. As of the last census, there are over 30,000 people in Beaver County ages 65 or older. DST wants to reach just a few of those as they get this brand new program off the ground. If you think you are too old to exercise, or too old to begin a lifestyle change, this program is for you.

The older you get, the less mobility you have. Your range of motion decreases, and the aches and pains increase. It’s merely a fact of life. After completing this program, you will have an increase in your mobility and range of motion to ensure your quality of life is the best it can be. Most importantly you need to be able to be active to play with your grandchildren!

All of these are possible through a well-designed strength training program. Specifically, a program that is designed to meet your individual needs to help you reach your goals. This program will cater to you, your needs, and your wants. What you’re getting at DST is something you can’t get at any other gym. You will experience a life-changing program that will change you for the better. The folks at DST are impacting hundreds of lives on a daily basis. Will you be next?

Below is some pertinent information, and what you can expect if you participate in the Perpetual Training Program.

Daman’s Strength Training Presents Damans Perpetual Training Program

  • Free workout: May 24th 10:15 am
  • Program start date: May 26th
  • Days: Monday & Thursday
  • Time: 10:15-11:15 am
  • Program Length: 4 weeks
  • Cost: $127

Class Expectations:

We will offer individualized exercise programming for each participant based on their needs.

We will begin the program with a physical assessment for balance, range of motion and strength.

We will revisit the assessment throughout this program.

This program is designed to enhance your daily living activities for example, increased daily energy, ability to stay on task without fatiguing, ease of climbing or descending stairs, going from the floor to standing position, being able to move independently without the aid of rails or devices. Overall, creating an ease of movement and confidence to perform activities.

Your exercise program will address any limitations or injuries that may inhibit movement ability or patterns. DST’s Perpetual Training program will also focus on nutrition and individual goal setting to maximize your success in this program!

I was going downhill due to a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease but DST has changed that in my short time here! I have more mobility in my shoulders, knees and elbows.” – Janet, 72 years young

I feel stronger & am more flexible at age 65. Mentally it is awesome! Benefits from training include healthier meals and hydration. Don’t want to waste all of the muscle aches on junk food because it defeats the whole purpose. Thanks Rick.” – Rich and Kathi Daman

Join DST’s Perpetual Training Program

If you are ready to sign up for the DST Perpetual Training Program, just send us you contact info and one of their superstar trainers will contact you to set up your first session!

Marc is a lifelong resident of Beaver County. A 2001 graduate of Center High School and 2005 graduate of Point Park University, Marc is employed by the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School and officiates high school and college football. Follow Marc on Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram @marcgrando