Weight Loss Camp for Adults 55 & over

The role of age in fitness and weight loss

Benefits for Seniors and Older Adults

  • Improve Mobility
  • Increase Strength
  • Feel More Energy
  • Reduce Aches & Joint Pain
  • Add Years to Your Life, and Enjoy Them More

Is there an age limit to attend weight loss camp?

At Weight Crafters, we work with adults—ages 18 and older—and have had the pleasure of training people even into their 80s! Depending on your health history, current health, dietary needs and existing conditions, attending a weight loss camp / fat camp or wellness retreat or fat farm may prove extremely beneficial to improving your muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness, bone density, heart health, immune system, general mood, and more!

Any client, young or old, must always get approval from their primary doctor before attending Weight Crafters. We also require that you speak with one of our admissions counselors to get an overview of our program, talk through your goals and expectations, and have all of your questions answered before signing up to attend.

Our first priority is your health and safety, but we truly believe that age is just a number. We have seen some of our older clients outwork and acheive better results than people who were years or decades younger.

Age is just a number—so give us a call to discuss your situation, and we'll see if attending Weight Crafters is the right fit for you!

Benefits of staying fit and active as we age

  • Improved physical health
    Regular physical activity can help improve cardiovascular health, strengthen bones, improve balance, and reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.
  • Mental health benefits
    Exercise has been shown to improve mood, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve cognitive function.
  • Increased energy
    Regular physical activity can increase energy levels and improve overall vitality.
  • Improved sleep
    Exercise can help regulate sleep patterns and improve the quality of sleep.
  • Increased independence
    Staying active and fit can help maintain physical and mental independence, allowing individuals to continue to perform daily activities and maintain a sense of self-sufficiency as they age.
  • Social benefits
    Participating in physical activity and fitness programs can provide opportunities to socialize with others and build relationships, which can be important for overall health and well-being.
  • Reduced risk of falls
    Exercise can improve balance and coordination, reducing the risk of falls, especially in older adults.
  • Better quality of life
    Regular physical activity and fitness can contribute to a better overall quality of life by improving physical health, mental well-being, and overall happiness.

Can I attend with arthritis or other joint complications?

There is no cut and dry answer for this - every situation is unique. In addition to getting approval from your primary care physician, you will need to discuss with us the specifics of your condition, situation, abilities and goals.

Getting active can actually help to ease the joint swelling and pain associated with arthritis, as well as strengthen your bones, muscles and joints.

Additionally, maintaining an active lifestyle with consistent exercise can reduce your risks of sustaining future injuries, and help you stay mobile and independent.

At Weight Crafters, we hope we can help you in this regard - but if not, we strongly encourage staying active to everyone.

Click here to learn more about attending with an injury or medical condition.

This older gentleman exercising at Weight Crafters appreciates our experienced weight loss resort staff.
Seniors enjoying a water aerobics session at Weight Crafters, designed to burn fat without joint pain.
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