The training company is announcing their new free video training offer, inspired by the reports from this new study on mid-life fitness.
Houston, TX. (PRWEB) September 13, 2012
After a new study was released suggesting that those who focus on mid-life fitness may experience better health in their old age, The Lost Art of Hand Balancing announced a new free video offer for those interested in learning about hand balancing exercise. The program is designed to teach everyday people about hand balancing and acrobatics training and is currently being offered for a limited time through the company website.
The training company is announcing their new free video training offer, inspired by the reports from this new study on mid-life fitness, to give middle aged adults a new opportunity to reach their fitness goals that doesn’t include heavy weight lifting or dangerous contact sports. The company hopes that many who saw the new study and its positive links between fitness during the middle age portion of your life and health in your old age, will be inspired to find new innovative ways to stay fit. The professionals behind The Lost Art of Hand Balancing also understand that trying new fitness regimens and getting started with something new can often be difficult, which is why they are offering their training video, which has a $97.00 value, for free, so adults can learn this technique with no risk involved.
There are many people in today’s society who need to find ways to improve their own fitness levels and to learn new ways of staying fit, and the unique art of hand balancing can be just the fitness opportunity they are looking for. The new free video offer on hand balancing is being offered through the company website and is now available to any interested individual.
For more information on this new hand balancing video offer and on all of the benefits of professional hand balance training, visit the company’s website at http://www.lostartofhandbalancing.com/.