Number One Me Introduces Free Exercast for Older Adults -- Breathing and Posture Key to Success, Says Number One Me Fitness Guru

The first step on the path to fitness can be the hardest, particularly for older adults. Fitness Expert and Personal Trainer Dave Berger makes it easy with the release today of this free Exercast, designed with the active adult in mind.

Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) September 20, 2007 -- Older adults who want to get fit don't have to make a trip to the gym to get started, says Fitness Guru David Berger. They can begin by focusing on activities they do every day--breathing and standing.

"Better posture and better breathing will help anyone, but particularly older adults, to build the proper foundation for exercise and fitness," says Berger, founder and developer of the Number One Me personal fitness system.

Improving breathing and posture are the first two lessons on the free Number One Me Exercast produced by Berger specifically for older adults and released today. Those lessons are followed by a series of beginner exercises: the Standing Form Walk, Lying Abdominal Crunch and Wall Pushups, which are led by Berger and designed to target different body areas. The Exercast is available through Number One Me at www.numberoneme.com/images/video/activeadult.wmv.

"The most difficult step on the path to fitness is the first one," Berger says. "That is particularly true for older adults who might not be comfortable with extremely rigorous and physically demanding exercise programs. That's why we developed this Exercast to help older adults understand that fitness has no age limit. The only constraint is their willingness to get started."

Berger developed the Number One Meâ„¢ DVD, available through www.numberoneme.com, to help people at all fitness levels improve their health and fitness. The companion guide for the DVD includes goal setting and personal action plan templates, nutrition information and more. Exercasts are online exercise videos and podcasts developed by Berger to enable people to exercise with an award-winning personal fitness coach whenever and wherever is most convenient to them.

For more information, visit www.numberoneme.com

About David Berger -At the age of 18, weighing over 250-pounds with a 40-inch waist and smoking a pack of cigarettes a day, David Berger struggled to climb a single flight of stairs. David's journey to better health began when he quit smoking. He also decided that he would immediately begin eating healthier and exercising, climbing a single flight of stairs a day and adding another flight each week. He also started performing callisthenic exercises. Through his commitment to his consistent and progressive approach, he lost over 88-pounds and 6-inches from his waist within one year! David went on to earn a degree in Kinesiology from West Chester University and launch Progressive Fitness Coaching and now the NUMBER ONE ME! personal coaching DVD. David and his unique exercise system were recently featured on NBC 10's 10! Show!

About NumberOneMeâ„¢ www.numberoneme.com - Increase your core, strength, balance, endurance and flexibility...BE FIT for LIFE! David Berger's NUMBER ONE ME- Personal Coaching for Personal Best! Learn to effectively use the single greatest piece of exercise equipment ever created... your body! Over 45-calisthenics exercises instructed for you in three levels of progression; BEGINNER-INTERMEDIATE-ADVANCED. Exercise at your convenience and in the comfort of your home with peak performance coach David Berger. No more excuses.

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