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Body Beast is a powerful fat-burning, muscle-defining, weight-training program that can help you get completely ripped and chiseled in just 90 days. Created by Sagi Kalev, world-renowned trainer and former two-time Mr. Israel, Body Beast combines extreme workouts, groundbreaking nutrition, and scientifically advanced supplementation. Whether you’re new to lifting weights or are a certified gym rat, Body Beast will deliver results beyond what you imagined possible.
21 Day Fix is a 3 week nutrition and fitness program that makes losing weight so simple, anyone can do it. Easy-to-follow portion control and 30-minute workouts take the guesswork out of losing weight to help you see results fast—up to 15 pounds in just 21 days!
Slim in 6 is 6 week fitness program that helps you melt away fat and sculpt a leaner, sexier body. An easy-to-follow blend of fat-burning cardio and sculpting moves, Slim in 6 can work for just about anyone, even people who’ve never pursued a regular exercise plan. Debbie Siebers’ combination of cardio, calisthenics, and weight-bearing exercise will burn calories and tone your abs, thighs, and buns without creating bulky muscles.
Tai Cheng is a 90-day fitness program developed by martial arts master trainer Dr. Mark Cheng, designed for immediate and long-term benefits from learning the graceful movements of the Yang form of Tai Chi. Each move helps you strengthen areas of weakness, tone muscles, increase flexibility, improve balance, and reduce stiffness, while also helping you burn some calories.
Whatever your fitness level, daily practice of Tai Cheng can result in greater awareness and help improve your strength, energy, and stability.
It's all about listening to your body, your abilities, strengths, and weakness each day. If I had jumped into a hardcore program like P90X or Insanity I wouldn't have made it beyond the first couple of weeks (or even days). There was no way I could've put my body through that intense of a workout!
I'm all about the slow and steady approach to fitness. I had to regain some balance and flexibility first before I could tackle basic movements in some programs. I did this through Tai Cheng, which is based off the Yang style of Tai Chi. (Yes, Tai Chi is no longer just for retired persons in the park!) Yoga or Pilates could have the same effect. Try all three and see which is best for you.
Most of the workouts I've done are no more than an hour. Yes, you heard right - you don't need to spend hours of your day exercising! I found if I did more than an hour I'd get bored or my form slips. Most of my workouts are only about 30 minutes long.
I get my workouts done in the mornings before getting ready for work. That is when it's best for me. I've tried working out in the afternoon but just don't have the energy to do so.
I have also switched up the program's schedule to work with my availability from one day to the next. I put the longest workouts on the weekends when I have the most time available.
In order to make any fitness program work for you it must be scheduled into your day just like any other activity. So what if one day it's in the morning and the next it's right before bedtime! Evaluate your schedule and work exercise into your day.
Don't feel well enough to workout one day? This has happened to me often throughout my journey. I either swap with one of my rest days that week, shift the schedule entirely (if it's more that one day), or move the skipped workout somewhere else in the schedule. You just have to listen to your body to determine the best solution when not feeling well.
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Whether your goal is to build strength, increase flexibility, or lose a few unwanted pounds, it begins with the decision to change your lifestyle, and it should begin today.
The longer you wait, the further you’re getting from your goal. Those calories aren't burning themselves. Make the commitment to be healthy. We'll be your partner every step (or plank or squat thrust) of the way. Contact us for a free consultation!
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