In high school you played one or more sports and were healthy and fit. You went to college and tried to stay active but you gained the college 15 and your fitness levels declined as you went through school, but you were still in decent shape.
You graduated college and went to work for a corporation, or maybe you stayed in school and got an advanced degree. Either way you got out less, became more sedentary and gained more weight, seemingly overnight
You got married and had kids, you were working 50, 60 or more hours a week and barely had time for family, outside weekends and the occasional vacation. Your weight continued to go up and you started feeling poorly. You were no longer fit and you grew a belly. You started having health issues and were feeling tired all the time. Your energy levels were gone.
You've tried the fad diets and you lost weight but still felt miserable and when you stopped the diet the fat came right back.
Stop dieting and focus on the quality of the food. Fresh meat and veggies have a lot more nutrients than fast food. You'll eat less but get full and stay full longer. You should also start to feel better since you are getting more vitamins and minerals. Make small changes to your eating habits over time rather a massive change all at once.
You struggle to keep up with your kids or grandkids, you have a hard time climbing stairs or working in the yard
Our comprehensive group fitness program will build your stamina and strength so that you will not only be able to work around the house, you'll be able to get out and be active again. Hiking, golfing, tennis or other activities that you've been struggling with will become much easier and much more enjoyable.
We use a combination of weight training with Kettlebells, resistance bands, and bodyweight to build strength and power (very important, especially as you get older) and conditioning for cardiovascular and muscular endurance.
Or: We build strength and burn fat!
You go to bed and can't get to sleep or you fall asleep but wake up around 2-3am and can't get back to sleep.
You always never feel quite right but can't pinpoint the problem
You've lost the desire
Your sex drive has a lot to do with your stress levels, nutrition, and exercise, the same as the rest of your body. In some circumstances supplementation may help but we need to runs labs to see for sure. Sex hormones like testosterone for me don't necessarily improve sex drive. The same goes for women and estrogen and progesterone. When you clean up your lifestyle by improving sleep, nutrition, and stress, and adding in some strength training your libido should improve. If it doesn't then we run labs to see what's going on. We look at your sex and stress hormones and other factors to find the root cause. Then we can add specific supplementation to help you regain your sex drive.
Let's meet in-person or virtually and discuss your goals