Helping those 60+ be their most mobile fit selves
Do you suffer from pain, stiffness, or limitations in how you move?
Are you looking to improve balance?
Do you wish you could get on the ground with grandkids, but your not sure you can get up?
Are you pondering surgery on your knees or hips?
Do you struggle with lower back pain?
aneufit takes a client-centered approach to regain lost movement capacity and gain overall confidence. We want to help you live the life you deserve by removing obstacles and limitations.
INVEST IN THE YOU 10 YEARS FROM NOW
Your joints will be challenged to access their full range of motion.
We will work on dynamic movement and natural human movement
Our movements are sequenced to be most effective for the brain and body.
Our program is high-touch and customized to what you need.
FAQ's about aneufit
I AM ACTIVE AND WORK OUT NOW, DO I NEED THIS?
Yes, our program is designed to be a supplement to your fitness routine. Everyday movements and traditional exercise do not challenge your body to its full capacity and range of motion but aneufit will.
aneufit will help you to regain lost movement abilities and build overall physical preparedness. Your body was designed to move in a wide range of directions and motions.
HOW LONG IS THE PROGRAM?
We work with you to understand your goals and your story. From there together we can determine the length of programming. Research shows that consistent exercise has the greatest benefit especially when learning new movements.
WHAT MAKES YOU DIFFERENT?
Aging can affect every sensory system in the body. Our program is designed to improve the systems that decline with age. We do this through education and specialized movement sequencing. Our program incorporates balance, proprioception, groundwork, cognitive training, strength, locomotion, and reaction time. Movements are designed to allow your body to gain the biggest impact and build necessary skills over time. How we program is based on your goals. We guide from the side meaning we give you the tools to understand all of this so you can find a sustainable path to longevity. We settle for nothing but the best.
WHO IS THIS PROGRAM DESIGNED FOR?
This program is designed for anyone who wants to move better. The criteria to get started is an assessment. Our in-depth assessments help us understand where you are and how we can develop a program together. Our goal is fitness that is well suited to shore up your body's vulnerabilities and meet your goals.
CAN ADULTS, WHO LIVE IN AN INSTITUTION (INDEPENDENT or ASSISTED LIVING COMMUNITIES) DO THIS?
aneufit focuses on wellness for those living completly independent (outside of an institution). Through our Groundations Wellness Programs we can accomodate institutionalized settings. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
WHEN YOU RUN GROUPS HOW LONG ARE THEY? ARE ALL THE SAME?
NO, programs are designed specifically for each group. The skill level and endurance of members define what your program looks like. Similar skill levels are placed together. Repetition, sequencing of movements, and complexity of movement all may vary.
YOUR PROGRAM IS EXPENSIVE. WHY?
Our trainers are specialzied not only in training but in a clinical framework to help you achieve your goals with efficacy behind you. We invest in people so they can invest in you.
Training Can Feel Expensive. Determine what quality of life is worth to you.
- It costs an average of $50,500/ patient in direct medical costs from a hip fracture. More than 95% of hip fractures are caused by falling and falling is the leading cause of fatal energy. This cost calculated over 10 years breaks down to $420.90/month.
- Insufficient physical activity is the 4th leading risk factor for mortality.
- "We often confuse the effects of inactivity with the ageing process itself, and believe certain diseases are purely the result of getting older.
At 75 years, strength is lost at a rate of 3-4% per year in men and 2.5-3% in women.
Essentially, everyone has two ages: a chronological age, how old the calendar says you are, and a phenotypic or biological age, basically the age at which your body functions as it compares to average fitness or health levels.
Group classes are a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 12 participants.
4 Week Program: 2 classes per week.
8 Week Program: 2 classes per week
12 Week Program: 2 classes per week
4 Week Program: 3 classes per week.
8 Week Program: 3 classes per week
12 Week Program: 3 classes per week
Sessions range in price. Contact us for more details.
Learn movement through zoom, facetime, or Google. The biggest benefit we see is:
The ability to build habits in your natural environment.
A quicker path to self-confidence in movement.
*In-Person Sessions Available. All of our staff are fully vaccinated and required to wear masks while training. To learn more about our safety protocols click here:
Personal Training, Group Training, or Packages are non-refundable. If you purchase a Personal Training Sessions and cannot finish the sessions due to health issues, you may be eligible for a refund for unused sessions minus the processing fees. You must provide documentation from your physician to receive this refund and it will be reviewed and granted on an individual basis. You are responsible for all previously used sessions at their full rate.
Where do we offer our services?
In your home
In your building’s gym
In group settings
In Boston’s Back Bay @ CLIENTEL3
Inquire about a location near you.
Phone → (617) 681-4776
Email → email@example.com
Facebook → @aneufit
Instagram → @aneu_fit
Web → aneufit.com
Who We Are
CEO/ Founding Member
Director of Curriculum/ Founding Member
Jennifer Brine is aneufit’s, Chief Executive Officer. Through her experiences working in science and technology as a mechanical engineer, she has developed a keen understanding of kinesiology.
Jennifer’s background includes starting a company in wearable technology and piloting the prototypes with Mass General Hospital, which required extensive analysis of the human body. Jennifer’s real-life experiences have contributed to her vast knowledge in the care of older adults and the emotional toll that can take on families.
Jennifer understands the importance of an evidence-based framework for client programming and care. Her passion is to help older adults realize their untapped potential, gain valuable education on musculoskeletal health, and take part in their journey to a bolder, more independent life. Her role at aneufit is to bring to life a vision were adults age actively and independently.
Certified MovNat Level 1
First Principals of Movement Cohort 3
Chi Bang is aneufit’s Director of Movement & Curriculum. He has amassed a deep understanding of how the human body moves through his life experiences working with a wide array of clients and his continued studies.
Chi’s disciplines include martial arts, sports coaching, strength and conditioning, natural movement, and corrective exercise.
With his knowledge of biomechanics, Chi deconstructs movement in digestible patterns to teach clients how to utilize their bodies efficiently. His passion is to help mature adults reclaim lost mobility and achieve a better quality of life so they can engage in activities that bring them joy. His role at aneufit involves problem-solving and developing the program’s curriculum to help participants overcome limitations and reach their full potential.
Certified MovNat L1 & L2
Functional Training Specialist