Living Longer Living Stronger is an evidence based progressive strength training and exercise program designed specifically for the over 50's operating in Western Australia since 2004.

Progressive Strength training has been shown to have a huge impact on wellbeing and quality of life, and Living Longer Living Stronger provides safe, fun and personalised sessions in approved facilities by expert trainers!  In addition to functional strength, progressive strength training has a proven impact on :

 

  • Arthritis
    Sleep Disorders
    Type 2 Diabetes
    Bone Density/Osteoporosis
    Cardiovascular Function/Disease
    Balance/Gait/Falls Prevention
    Cognitive Function

    Come on board and feel great again!

  • We are a WA service only. If you are looking for Living Longer Living Stronger in Victoria please follow the link here

 


Interested in becoming a mobile Living Longer Living Stronger Instructor?

We are currently collecting details of people interested in becoming part of a roster of Living Longer Living Stronger Instructors providing a registered mobile service in both metropolitan and regional settings.

If you are available to potentially start this new aspect of Living Longer Living Stronger, and would like more details contact Living Longer Living Stronger on 9472 0104 to discuss!


 

The Working Seniors' Tier is now active! 

Seniors who are engaged in the workforce or are otherwise unable to attend daytime classes can now obtain the quality Living Longer Living Stronger Assessment and join participating Tier 2 facilities as regular members.  The new referral form contains this option, which requires a GP clearance.
View the form here

 


 

 

Living Longer Living StrongerTM Merchandise is NOW available!

Website orders are available from ClubShop or you can download the order form here 


  COTA WA now also supports Mall Walking groups in Mirrabooka, Karrinyup, Garden City Booragoon,  Belmont and Cockburn Gateway.

These groups provide a FREE, safe, temperature controlled and friendly environment for walkers to get in some exercise and meet new people. Read more about Mall Walking on the COTA WA website here