March 30, 2020 - Monday

New Year’s Resolution to get Fit, Lose Weight? Let us help.

You needed neither that second serving nor the extra round of drinks. Yet you indulged. Aren’t the holidays about good times with loved ones, great food, and merrymaking? Anyway, beginning Jan. 1, you will eat healthier and work out. Starting then, you will get fit. This will be your New Year’s resolution. Life will be better after December.

Sound familiar? It should if you’re one of the millions of people who find themselves unsatisfied with their excess body weight or sluggish physical condition at the turn of the calendar.

In fact, about a third of New Year’s resolvers make weight loss their primary goal, and about 15% aim to begin an exercise program, suggests a small study John C. Norcross, PhD, professor of psychology at the University of Scranton, Pa.

If you’re nodding your head and thinking, “Yup, I’m one of those people,” take heart. Your objective is a noble one, and, if accomplished, will surely do wonders for your health.

Take note, however, that your dream of a leaner, fitter body may be best served through an individualized program, especially if you’ve stuffed yourself one too many times or if you haven’t been physically active in a while.

Exercise does not have to be an all-consuming and excruciating endeavor . The most common mistake people make in beginning a fitness program is unrealistic expectations of themselves and the outcome of a generalized program.  Stepping into a group fitness class with others at multiple fitness levels is likely to leave you disheartened, overwhelmed and sore.  Pushing yourself day after day and week after week to keep up only increased the probability of injury, use of poor form, and ultimate abandonment of your fitness and weight loss goals.  Nearly 25% of New Year’s resolutions are abandoned the 1st week in January and only 45% of individuals are keeping resolutions after 6 months.  Don’t let this year be another where your New Year’s Resolutions are never realized.  At FitBella we can help you reach these goals and lead a healthier leaner life.

For the average person, a good fitness program consists of exercises that work out the whole body. A cardio workout improves the function and health of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels. Resistance training enhances the function and health of the bones, muscles, joints, and connective tissues.  To attain fitness and weight loss goals both resistance training and cardio workouts are recommended.  At FitBella every workout includes both forms of exercise.

At Fitbella, there is no one program fits all approach.  We design each program to fit your unique goals and fitness levels.  Through our personalized approach to fitness and nutrition you are able to reach your goals in record time.  Our program reshapes, reduces body fat, tightens and strengthens your body.  Fitbella incorporates targeted exercises inside the FitCapsule which is heated to body temperature to super charge your metabolism and work at a cellular level.  Each 20-30 minute workout in the FitCapsule is equivalent to 1-1/2 hours at a regular gym.  Your FitCoach is with you every step of the way, ensuring your form is activating intended muscle groups; your heart rate is in its targeted zone, and to guide your progression through your individualized FitPlan.  Movements are low impact, highly targeted, and individualized for your fitness level.  Each session is wrapped up with a spa indulgence in the FitBath which detoxs the body, smoothes and hydrates the skin.

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