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VIRTUAL ONLINE SCHEDULE
***Additional time slots will be added based on demand.
8 Sessions (4 wks.) | $295
12 Sessions (4-6 wks.) | $400
16 Sessions (5-8 wks.) | $490
*We are currently only providing Triad Training onsite (groups of 3 ppl or less). All sessions must be used in the timeframe indicated.
4-Week w/Nutrition | $135**
4-Week | $99**
4-Week w/Nutrition | $150
4-Week Workout-Only | $120
6-Class Package | $60
1-Class Drop-In | $15
*Client will be required to set up an auto-debit account using debit or credit card. Auto-debits can be canceled at any time prior to the next billing cycle.
**Amount billed incrementally every 4-weeks.
If you're interested in losing weight quickly, you're probably setting yourself up for failure. You have to be committed to the more deliberate process of building your body through exercise while reducing body fat through sound nutrition. We do not promote gimmick diets: no detoxes, fasts or other "diets" that are not sustainable over the long-term and usually lead to yo-yo weight gain once you return to normal eating.
Weight loss and fat loss are not necessarily synonymous. You can lose weight by losing muscle mass, which is counterproductive to keeping your metabolism high and body fat low. We call this phenomena "skinny fat". It is commonly said that muscle weighs more than fat, which is inaccurate. A pound of muscle weighs the same as a pound of fat; but a pound of muscle takes up much less space, meaning a person with greater muscle mass will be smaller than their counterpart of the same weight.
Contrary to popular belief, chronic undereating can have the same effect as chronic overeating in terms of body fat retention, particularly when you simultaneously increase exercise. Malnutrition can deprive the body of essential calories to function properly and cause the body to produce the stress hormone, Cortisol, which promotes fat storage. Furthermore, undereating can cause the body to break down muscle for fuel, thereby increasing body-fat percentage and decreasing metabolism over the long term.