2015 Holiday Personal Training Specials

2015 Holiday Personal Training Specials

2015 Holiday Personal Training Specials

Get and stay motivated through the holidays!  Don’t wait until the New Year to get in shape!  Working out and fitness is a life style not a phase.  Working out during Thanksgiving and Christmas will keep you disciplined on your diet and you can burn off all those extra calories that lead to weight gain through November and December.  Get a jumpstart on that New Year’s Resolution.  Working with a personal trainer will keep you on track and hold you accountable for maintaining your weight and resist all those candies and pies.

Denver Personal Training Specials

10 pack 60 minutes – $499

10 pack 45 minutes – $399

10 pack 30 minutes – $299



For some tips on how to avoid holiday weight gain, check out this article, http://www.webmd.com/diet/10-ways-to-avoid-holiday-weight-gain

Experts say portion control is key when the temptations are endless.

It’s that time of year when extra calories lurk around every corner — frosted cookies at the office, eggnog at your neighbor’s, jelly doughnuts for Hanukkah or chocolates in your stocking. All these extras add up, and if you’re like most Americans, you’ll put on a pound or two by New Year’s Day.

So what’s the harm in a little holiday weight gain, especially if it’s just a pound? According to researchers at the National Institutes of Health, most Americans never lose the weight they gain during the winter holidays. The pounds add up year after year, making holiday weight gain an important factor in adult obesity.

But you don’t have to fall into this trap. It is possible to enjoy holiday goodies without putting on a single pound. “Portion control is the key,” says Susan Finn, PhD, RD. Finn serves as chairwoman of the American Council for Fitness and Nutrition. “I don’t believe you can’t eat food that you like — even indulgences — but it is the amount you eat,” she tells WebMD.

Of course, it’s not easy to go on portion patrol when the temptations are endless. That’s why WebMD compiled these tips to help you avoid overindulging.

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