Body Booster Bootcamp® will also help you work your entire body, by introducing a well-balanced workout through a variety of exercises; including a mix of cardio, endurance training, strength training, stretching, core conditioning, and much more.
Personal trainers are fitness experts who help you attain greater fitness and health awareness. Having a personal trainer is a great way to keep motivated and challenged. Personal trainers help in various ways:
Motivate clients by setting goals and providing feedback
Measure your strengths and weakness
Advise on cardio, resistance, flexibility, nutrition and general health matters
Guide you in the correct technique
Give varied exercises to keep you keen and improve your fitness
Commit to turning up each week – and ensuring you do too
WEIGHT LOSS PLAN
Think lifestyle change, not short-term diet.
Permanent weight loss is not something that a “quick-fix” diet can achieve. Instead, think about weight loss as a permanent lifestyle change—a commitment to your health for life. Various popular diets can help jumpstart your weight loss, but permanent changes in your lifestyle and food choices are what will work in the long run.
1. For any weight loss diet plan to be successful, you need a sufficient amount of exercise. Cardiovascular activity burns fat and calories, while strength training creates lean muscle and raises the metabolism. Try to get thirty minutes of cardio three to five times per week. Supplement your cardio program with three strength training sessions per week for best results.
2. Choose your beverages wisely. Water and green tea are best when it comes to staying hydrated and losing weight. If you’re a coffee lover, stick to one cup in the mornings taken black or with calorie-free sweetener. Diet soda is OK every now and then, but shouldn’t be consumed daily as it can bloat and dehydrate the body.
The primary purpose of muscle tone (as per its real definition) is to keep your muscles primed and ready for action. The always activated state of partial contraction maintains balance and posture, and it also functions as a safety mechanism that allows for a quick, unconscious muscle reflex reaction to any sudden muscle fiber stretch. Think about how your head automatically jerks up straight when you are falling asleep in a sitting position. That is an unconscious reflex reaction that is made possible by the presence of muscle tone. Muscle tone also generates heat and keeps your muscles healthy. If the nerve to a particular muscle is damaged, it may no longer be able to stimulate the muscle contractions necessary to maintain muscle tone and the muscle will become flaccid and eventually it will deteriorate.