Losing fat is not the same as losing weight. Fat loss is about lowering your total body fat and an approach where you give your body what it needs without depriving and shocking it with threat of starvation. You get to see gradual and steady progress that will be sustainable.
All physical activity can help you burn calories. However, factoring in resistance training, particularly weight lifting has benefits that go beyond that. This includes toning up your muscles, increasing your strength, metabolism and muscle ratio, all of which are essential in caring for your health in the long run, since inactive adults lose between 3–8% of muscle mass per decade.”]
It doesn’t just strengthen one muscle group at a time. Instead, it works several muscle groups at once to build strength holistically, forcing your body to function as a single unit, thus improving coordination and neuromuscular control.
Through Functional movement training, we address muscle imbalances and asymmetries through corrective exercises to enhance your quality of life and ultimately prevent injuries.”]
We will tailor a strength and conditioning program towards your needs and provide you with skills to create the most effective workout ever to achieve peak performance. More importantly, prevent injuries.”]
Health and fitness is not determined by size. In fact, it may have very little to do with the way we look. Most people think that you can tell if someone’s fit, active and healthy just by looking at them. It’s not true. Fit, healthy people come in all sizes and shapes. The same is true of unhealthy people. Weight and appearance aren’t everything!
Focus on your health. Get stronger, have more energy, feel good and live longer. The rest will take care of itself.”]