Personal Training

Personal Training Services Johns Creek, GA

Medical Fitness and Wellness Group Johns Creek will custom design you a personal training program for your goals and limitations. Your training will consist of cardio training for fat loss, resistance training to get you toned and fit and build muscle, stretching for improved flexibility, Corrective exercise to address any muscle imbalance you may have, as well as a free nutrition cosultation to keep you on track with your eating habits. You can add our 8 week scientifically proven nutrtiion program to enhance your results. We will monitor your progress every 60 days to make sure you are on-track to acheiving your goals.

Benefits of Personal Training

  • Less muscle and joint pain
  • Raises you good cholesterol (HDL)
  • Improves functional and athletic performance
  • Helps reduce the risk of training and sports injuries
  • Releases some of the same hormones you find in anxiety and depression medications, but does it naturally.

  • Improves the activities of daily living
  • Enhanced strength, flexibility and power
  • Postural Improvement
  • Stress Reduction
  • And many more!
  • Keeps you mobile through-out your life which gives you ability to do the things you enjoy doing.

Why should I train with weights? I do just fine with my cardio and get a great workout?

Did you know for each pound of muscle you put on your body, that pound of muscle can burn up to 25 calories per day? So if you were to put 10 pounds of muscle on your body in place of fat, you are essentially burning 600 more calories a day doing nothing. Now times the 600 calories times 7 days in a week, you are now burning 4200 extra calories in a week. Finally, there are 3500 calories in a pound, so now you have over a pound deficit per week essentially losing 1 pound a week just by putting a little muscle on your body. Sound good?

The theory is that the human body works harder to maintain a pound of muscle than it does to maintain a pound of fat. Even at rest, our bodies need energy to continue to work and burn calories. This is called your resting metabolic rate (RMR).

In terms of fat loss, strength training is the best way to increase your lean muscle mass and burn calories. Muscle works harder than fat, and calories are used to activate, contract and repair your muscles after use. Most forms of resistance exercise will increase your calorie expenditure, even in the hours post exercise. In one study, researchers found that regular weight training boosts basal metabolic rate by about 15%. This is because muscle is “metabolically active” and burns more calories than other body tissue even when you’re not moving. Adding muscle is just as important as working the muscles you already have on the body. Loss of lean mass can reduce the amount of calories you burn when dieting and working out.

Call us now for more information on Personal Training in Johns Creek and the surrounding area. (770)-623-4078 or book a free consult now. Book Session Now