Accountability and Motivation
Uniquely Designed Programs to Match Specific Goals
Non-Judgmental and Consistent Support
Proper Technique and Form
Maximize Workout / Minimize Time
No travel needed... Busy life? No strife!
Privacy and Comfort of your own home
We supply all the equipment needed
Personal attention with no distractions
No gym membership needed to get in shape
Convenient. Affordable. Life-changing.
Our experienced coaches assist in aiding for post-PT rehabilitation, extensive stretching for increased mobility, and overall muscular and skeletal strengthening from injury prevention to performance building.
Why Work Out?
Exercise isn't just beneficial aesthetically. It's a common misconception to believe one's physical fitness level is only necessary for bodybuilders and muscle hypertrophy. However, it is proven time and time again that our physical health is the foundation to a happy, youthful, and functional lifestyle.
Increasing Life Expectancy
Exercise is important for longevity. If you're BMI is over 40 (100 lbs over your ideal body weight), your life expectancy can be reduced by a full 10 years! According to a study done by the National Institute of Health, it was found that adults aged 40 & above doing the recommended 150 minutes of moderate exercise (or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise) per week yielded approximately 3.4 extra years to one’s life. Doing twice the recommended dose meant an additional 4.2 years to one’s life. Even doing half the recommended amount made for gains of 1.8 years. Therefore, according to the researchers’ calculations, you gain seven extra minutes of life for every minute of exercise. Are you willing to make that trade?
Weight Loss & Battling Obesity
Aerobic exercise combined with resistance training (anaerobic exercise) can assist in facilitating weight loss. By increasing your muscle mass, you speed up your metabolism to burn calories faster. When you replace fat with muscle, your body burns more calories at rest. Our fitness program for weight loss will include both aerobic and anaerobic exercises to get you on the fast track to success. But exercising is only part of the process when it comes to shaving off weight. We'll discuss your diet, lifestyle habits, and introduce strategies to keep you less sedentary throughout the day. Weight loss is a full-time job and we will help you stay motivated and on the right path every step of the way.
Preventing Muscle Decay
What you don't use, you're sure to lose... so it's important to keep your body moving and to continually challenge your muscular capacity to prevent muscle atrophy (as google defines as the gradual "decline in effectiveness or vigor due to under-use or neglect"). This is an issue most people face as they age since muscle atrophy speeds up as the body matures, especially those that are sedentary. This phenomenon is known as Sarcopenia, which Webmd.com warns physically inactive people that they "can lose as much as 3% to 5% of their muscle mass each decade after age 30".
Strength training improves the vigor of our muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones, which makes it the foundation for our body's physical well-being. Your muscles and tendons assist in maintaining proper alignment and protecting your joints from damage. Dynamic movement becomes more injury-prone the more sedentary you become, so it's vital to consistently train your body to be stronger and more agile for improved functional movement and a lower risk of injury.
Improving on Mental Wellness
Exercise is not just about enhancing physical abilities. It's been proven to help with depression, anxiety, stress, ADHD, PTSD, and other serious mental illnesses. Emotional and mental benefits of prolonged exercise include sharper memory and thinking, higher self-esteem, better sleep, more energy, and stronger resilience towards life's many roadblocks and detours along the road. If you feel you deserve to reap the benefits for yourself, then let's get started.
Improving on Cardiovascular Health
The evidence is unequivocal – a sedentary lifestyle has been linked to higher risk for heart attacks, strokes, heart failure and diabetes. Exercise can boost heart health by reducing body fat, improving blood pressure and blood-glucose levels, lessening psychological stress and fueling the production of heart-protective HDL cholesterol while lowering artery-clogging triglycerides and bad LDL cholesterol. The right regimen should be tailored to the individual and his/her goals, and although exercising is only one component of a heart-healthy lifestyle, it's an important piece to invest yourself in.