Metabolism is best known for its role in the chemical reactions of our body’s cells that change food into energy. Our bodies need this energy to do everything from moving to thinking to growing and healing. (1) Pronounced: meh-TAB-uh-liz-um, here is your Metabolism101. We’ll start with helping you learn that
Welcome to Your New Fitness Family
We help our members in 3 areas
Improving Their Mobility
So you can move around easily and without pain.
Improving Their Weight
When you reach an optimal weight, many health challenges are easier to solve.
Improving Their Mindset
With persistence and a positive attitude, you can overcome any challenge.
Eat Healthy, Most Of The Time
When it comes to healthy living, perhaps nothing is more powerful than what you choose to eat. We don't believe in absolutes. Time and time again, experience has shown us that different plans work best for different people. That's why we don't believe in dogma. We believe in helping our community find what works best for them.
Focus On The Process, Not The Results
Most of us didn't lose our health in a day. It happened over many small decisions over many days. It's only natural that we should expect the same for returning to a healthy rhythm. It won't happen overnight! So often, people miss out because they expect results to come too fast. Instead, we teach our members to focus on making the right choices instead of compulsively tracking their results. It's easier said than done, but it's by far one of the biggest factors to achieving success.
Take Responsibility & Be Positive
The reason most of us fail is because we quit. We lose the discipline to stick with it. Or we switch from one idea to the next to the next. Or we let the smallest challenge or setback ruin all the progress we made. That's why we focus on cultivating an incredibly positive and supportive community. At the same time, we encourage every member to empower herself with responsibility for her results. Because at the end of the day, it's up to you. But we'll be with you every step of the way.
If you’ve already cut out sugar, lowered your calorie intake, and started exercising, but still finding it tough to drop the pounds, do you ever wonder if salt and weight gain are linked? Fat loss can be a real battle, and high salt intake may be sabotaging your diet plans.
What is salt? Also known as sodium chloride, salt is an ionic compound with the chemical formula NaCl, representing a 1:1 ratio of sodium and chloride ions. In its edible form, table salt, it is commonly used as a condiment and as a food preservative. (1) Many of us use