It's about to be that time of year again, where everyone says "new year, new me" but is it? Fitness centers will be flooded with people trying to embark on a fitness oriented path. Google will blow up with people searching for, fitness centers near me, gym near me, local gyms and the list goes on and on. The year on the calendar changed but have you? Until you change and make fitness your lifestyle you will not be able to achieve and maintain your fitness goals. That is why you see a lot of people reach their desired goal only to end up right where they started or worse.
Personal Training in New Rochelle
If you are in New Rochelle, New York, Fitpros Institute of Lifestyle Training is more than just your local gym. You will receive the avadeanlewis.com experience which is a permanent change. While other fitness centers and gyms near by offer quick fixes, we teach you how to incorporate fitness into your everyday life and make lasting change.
Not only that but being the first medical exercise training facility in Westchester county we are experienced in working with clients that have medical conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity, Arthritis, low back pain, joint replacements and many others. We document both assessment and training sessions using standardized post rehab forms and methods and effectively communicate back to the referring medical professional on the respective client’s progress using forms and language familiar to the medical professional. To sum it all up we help medical professionals such as doctors, chiropractors and physical therapist improve their patients outcomes through the modality of exercise.
What's your goal?
If you are overweight and your goal is weight loss the good news is, the more you weigh the more calories you will burn during workouts at a moderate pace. Now you have to keep in mind that excess weight places added stress on your joints so you should start out light and work your way up.
If you are looking to tone up the excellent news is that every program I design keeps this in mind. I always train in a circuit fashion, both during my bootcamps and one on one personal training sessions. This keeps your heart rate up and makes you burn more calories.
If you can't commit then in all honesty I can't help you. As I stated above you have to make this a lifestyle. You need to commit and just do what needs to be done, not "try". I absolutely hate when people say they can't or that they are going to try. Like Nike says "just do it" it's the only way it'll get done.