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Book sessions weekly or monthly after your consultation with Jay. You can be on your way to "You 2.0" in a matter of moments. Jay is a board certified personal trainer and amateur boxing contender. He can get you to the weight or look you are goin after. Tried and true he has proven results and can get them for you also. Choose JayXFitness for your personal trainer!
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Everything you need in a Personal Trainer! Jay X Fitness Programs stem from extensive research and application in the physical training world for health and wellness overall.
You don't have to be in the weight room for 90 minutes a day to see results. For most people, short weight training sessions a couple of times a week are more practical than are extended daily workouts.
You can see significant improvement in your strength with just two or three 20- or 30-minute weight training sessions a week. That frequency also meets activity recommendations for healthy adults.
Bodybuilding is the use of progressive resistance exercise to control and develop one's muscles (muscle building) by muscle hypertrophy for aesthetic purposes. It is distinct from similar activities such as powerlifting because it focuses on physical appearance instead of strength.
Improving Diet/ Meal Plans
In addition to feeling better overall, managing your weight by making better food choices can also have a positive effect on other health related issues including:
Boxing relies on constant motion. From dodging and ducking to jabbing and punching, your body is constantly on the move. The never-ending motion revs up your heart rate and burns calories -- the key to weight loss. The precise number of calories burned depends on your weight, the style of boxing and the intensity of your workout, but an average person can expect to burn at least 350 calories in an hour of boxing. A boxing class specifically targeted to weight loss can help you burn even more, exceeding 600 to 800 calories in 45 minutes, according to fitness author and personal trainer Ross O'Donnell. Boxing also requires engaged core, upper body and lower body muscles. Toning muscles increases your lean muscle mass, which increases your basal metabolic rate, or the rate at which your body burns calories for its normal body functions. Higher resting metabolic rates translate to a more efficient system of fat burning, which facilitates weight loss.