Niagara Fit is a mindset. Health, fitness, wellness is our passion. From personal trainers who customize each and every workout, to state of the art equipment, to the best group fitness classes you've ever taken - you'll find it all at NIAGARA FIT.
Our mission is to promote movement, physical activity, and exercise as the most natural form of medicine for all ages. From personal trainers who customize every work out, to state of the art equipment, to the best group fitness classes you’ve ever taken; you’ll find what you need at Niagara Fit!
Exclusive Personal Training (1 on 1)
Private Personal Training is designed specifically to YOUR goals and needs. FREE consultation will provide your trainer the necessary information to provide training programs, health and lifestyle advice. Any injuries and or concerns will be assessed to ensure a specific and unique program is tailored to your needs and goals.
We are addicted to improvement. We will give you individualized strategies along your fitness journey to continually improve your health while reaching your individual goals. You won't find this unique approach anywhere else.
Get Started! - Book your initial fitness consultation to transform your life.
Semi-Private / Partner Training
Keep good form with proper adjustments by the personal trainer in a smaller less intimidating environment. Workouts can be tailored to partners or group based on their needs. For those who want the extra attention, care and push of having their own personal trainer at an affordable cost. 2 people per session time for private hour block.
move360 Bootcamp @ Niagara Fit
MOTIVATE each other in these high energy, fun and sweaty classes. Conditioning, strength training and circuit training are just some of the many ways you will shred the fat and ensure a good sweat!
Regular physical activity prolongs functional independence in older adults. It is also related to better cognitive function, and hiring qualified exercise professionals who understand the impacts of regular physical activity training among older adults can be important sources of motivation and guidance for successful aging.
Adults aged 65 years and older should accumulate at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic physical activity per week, in bouts of 10 minutes or more. It is also beneficial to add muscle- and bone-strengthening activities using major muscle groups, at least 2 days per week. Those with poor mobility should perform physical activities to enhance balance and to prevent falls and other injuries. More daily physical activities provide greater health benefits.