Weight Loss Focused Training


You are not alone with either wanting or needing to lose weight.

Of course, you already know that.

And you might have heard or read about how losing weight is easy… And it may have even made perfect sense at the time. That is, based on the information you were given, it may have made perfect sense, in basic theory on paper!

Weight loss in practice however, is a whole different story for the majority of people.

And, you probably already know this as well.

Regardless of when it developed, or how long weight has been an issue for you, there are reasons for every weight loss difficulty.

Within the second or third weight loss focused training sessions at SportsLab, I will find the exact individual reasons for whatever your specific weight loss difficulties are, and your complete training plan will be explained with these things factored in.

Training plans for both weight loss and weight gain  happen at SportsLab

Yes, some people need help gaining weight in a healthy way.

When working specifically with weight loss, there are many factors that challenge your ability to access body fat for fuel, especially for something like exercise, that our bodies can be perceive as unnecessary due to the survival mechanisms past along as part of our genetic make-up !

Not to worry however, working together we will quickly take the mystery out of why you gained weight, and at the same time discover the strategy that best suits your needs to take the weight off.

You will find a depth of knowledge here backed by the owners certifications in Sports Nutrition as well as Special Populations (conditions) Nutritional Requirements with Exercise.

In-house at SportsLab I use a computer analysis programs that is used by hospitals, universities, and medical researchers to analyze my clients dietary intake before making any recommendations.

Although entirely optional (except for metabolic and digestive diseases) I strongly suggest a full micro-nutrient panel be done along with a three to four day dietary intake analysis before any real changes or recommendations are made to the current diet beyond what is obvious.

Some of the obvious things however, can begin almost right away.

These are things such as (rough) Estimated Daily Energy Expenditure (daily caloric intake). Cutting out fast foods, minimizing processed sugars and wheat…etc. and learning why and how these things negatively effect you.

I work with a medical testing lab as part of SportsLab’s Cooperative Care Network, this saves you from needing to make an appointment with your doctor, the cost of the appointment, the weeks it can sometimes take for an opening. Plus the 4-5 days to get the results.

 Should you want the absolute best nutritional guidance available,SportsLab’s Cooperative Care Network also has a full-time Certified Clinical Nutritionist that you can be referred to.