Many people think that there is a one size fits all approach to losing weight and keeping your body balanced, but that is far from the truth. We are all unique, and when faced with losing weight or changing our body composition, we must have a customized approach. We perform a series of Tests & Assessments so that we can put a specific plan to get you to your fitness & weight loss goals. One of the obvious pieces of data that we need to be able to put a plan together, is to find out your resting metabolic rate (RMR). Here is a letter from a wonderful guest of ours who has lost 31 lbs using this important data…….
Dear Live in Fitness!!
Once again I’m thrilled to report I’m stronger than Howard (my husband)!!! (Just Kidding). No, but usually I do find it hard to pick up my plants in their heavy pots to get them outside for fresh air! But guess what?! I was able to bring them out with no problem this time…
Also I’m excited to say, that after the third time it finally is sinking in that the RMR of 1297 is a number that is key to my continued weight loss…This particular test is giving me a platform to guide my vehicle (as Eric taught me) into the ability to deduct my calories from that total and know precisely the needed calories i burn in order to either stay at my current weight of 146lbs or to continue to my goal of 125lbs.
At 5’2 and 177 lbs where I began my journey, it was getting harder and harder to bring down my cholesterol of 270. Now I’m excited to get my numbers from my doctor and I’ll let you know!
Please tell all the trainers, the chefs and the entire staff that I could not have done it without y’all… The peace of Hilton Head Island, the amazing meals and those outrageous coconut chocolate chip macaroons at night……tell Matt WooHoo!!
All in all I met great friends and feel you are all like family to me!!
I have to come back again soon and I will! I had the best time ever!!!
Give my regards to Eric and tell him thank you for bringing a little piece of Paradise into my life!
YOUR RESTING METABOLIC RATE
This is the rate at which your body burns calories (otherwise known as the fuel that revs your engine). If you consume more fuel than what your tank can hold, you will gain weight. If you are trying to reduce your weight, you will need to burn off more calories than what you are consuming. The question is, how do you know how many calories you need to burn to get to your goal? How many calories do you need to burn to then maintain your weight? We are able to find this out thru our RMR Testing that we do on site. Once we have that number for you, we can more accurately determine how many calories you should be consuming each day, and how many more calories you need to burn thru exercise to get to your goals in the most effective and efficient way possible. You are unique, and your fitness & weight loss program needs to be too!
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