Q4 Active has opened its doors to the public!
The new Woodland Hills fitness studio caters to those over 50 with a focus on both physical and cognitive health.
“And we make it fun!” said founder and CEO Phil Swain, whose long experience in the fitness industry includes YogaWorks, Mid-Valley Athletic Club and Spectrum.
Led by an VP of Training and Development Tony Berlant, the Q4 Active interval-based, circuit-based, and game-based approach makes fitness fun and features six different stations addressing brain training, muscular strength and endurance, balance and stability, mobility, flexibility, and neuromotor control. The stations move clients through a circuit that is purposeful, enjoyable and designed to promote both body and brain fitness. “There are elements of cognitive improvement in exercise,” said Swain. Q4 has collaborated with Dr. Neil A. Martin (neurosurgeon) and Dr. Sarah McEwen (cognitive psychologist) to develop programming that is safe and hugely beneficial to both brain and body.
The team is committed to mind-body fitness. Classes and one-on-one appointments are available throughout the week to ensure members can take advantage of all program offerings.
Q4 Active is located at 6200 Variel on the ground floor of the new Q Apartments. They are open Monday through Saturday. Visit q4-active.com or call (818) 961-5353 for more information or to schedule a tour.