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Does muscle weigh more than fat?

Yes, muscle weighs 1.6 times more than fat. It is important in preserving lean muscle, which helps speed your metabolism. The more lean muscle you have the more fat and calories you can burn at rest. It is also important to note when starting a resistance training program, the primary focus should be on fat loss rather than scale weight.

Q: How long until I see results?

A: We assess our clients regularly. Our clients who have followed our complete weekly plan and journaled their healthy nutrition plans have consistently seen positive results, including remarkable improvements in strength and endurance during this period. Like most things in life, the more YOU put into it, the more YOU will get out of it.

Typically we have seen 5lbs lost in as little as a month....

Q: How many times a week does the typical client work out?

A: There are no “typical” clients – everyone’s program is unique to their goals, their time commitment, and their budget. Some of our clients train 2-4 times per week.

4 times per week for best results.