HEALTH AND FITNESS CENTER Consultants Management Consultant Fitness
Enough about us…let’s talk about you. Do you want to begin or grow a fitness-related business and have no idea where to begin or just need new, fresh ideas? You’ve come to the right place. Opening and Creating a new club? Have a club and want to improve functions or grow and increase profitability?
Want to include fitness to your present business or refurbish a fitness facility? We are made up of consultants who are proven celebrities and have decades of fitness and business related experience under their belts. We believe in collaboration. We’ll work in partnership with you to identify priority areas of focus and provide the legwork, guidance, and support you’ll need to explore options and make decisions about what’s best for your business.
- As of 2017, there were more than 14,000 summer season camps in the U.S
- 2010 IFBB Fort Lauderdale Pro – 9th Place
- Fat: 10-30% of body weight
- Doesn’t support common loading services
- Business sale price to seller’s discretionary profits, plus inventory
- Eat slowly and stop when you are full
Our strategy is thoughtful, creative, and rigorous; it’s based on a solid record of success and adapted to meet your individual needs and the particulars of your engagement. Have a problem that needs solving or interested in learning more? Sign up to talk to us for half an hour and get FREE advice! Tell us your eyesight and the thing you need help with, and we’ll give you some basic ideas. If you like them, we can discuss ways to be helped by us moving forward.
Use the following calculator to work through your BMI. Working backwards, the BMI of 18.5 to 24.9 Kg/M2 may be used to calculate the ideal healthy weight range for your height, as shown in the following table (computations curved up or down as appropriate). Find your height (in meters or foot) and read across to find the healthy weight range for your elevation (in kilograms or stones and pounds).
This relatively wide weight range considers a variety of body shapes. If you are somewhere in the center of the range, your body weight should be fine. If you’re towards the higher limit of the weight range, try to not let further your body weight creep up. If your weight is above the healthy range, aim to lose weight until you are in the healthy range back again. If your body weight is below the low limit of the number, talk to your doctor about whether you should try to put on weight.
How does your waist fit in? If you store excess fat around your waist, you are as likely to develop hypertension and its complications twice, such as heart stroke and strike, as a person who stores surplus fat around their sides. Researchers have found that your waist size is a better indicator of your wellbeing than either your weight or your BMI. So, find a tape measure and check the size of your waistline. Find underneath of your ribs and the top of your hips, and wrap your tape measure around your waist, midway between these true points. Breathe out naturally, then make a note of your waist measurement.