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Have You Ever Noticed That if you Lose 5 Pounds Everyone Comments but Gain 10 Nobody Does?

Don't You Think it's Time to Get Noticed?

There are no short cuts to weight loss however the math behind it is simple. 3500 Calories is equal to 1 pound.  That means if you make a 3500 calorie per week change in your routine you will lose 5 lbs in 5 weeks.

How can you make a 3500 Calorie Change?

There are a number of ways. You can cut 500 calories a day out of your diet, for most people this means starving. Or you can add exercise to your daily routine.

Not Just Any  Exercise Will Do!

If you don't get your heart rate into a zone for weight loss for your body type and age you won't burn calories. Moreover, if you get your heart rate too high you'll burn muscle and not lose the fat you're trying to target.

All Of Our Personal Trainers Are Trained To Keep You In Your Target Weight Loss Zone!

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