There’s an oft-used saying that “abs are made in the kitchen.”
The underlying theory, for those who haven’t heard this before, is that what you eat is more important than how much you exercise if you want to see your abdominal muscles.
How much truth is there to this mantra? Are abs really made simply by watching what you eat? Or can you just do a thousand crunches a day and create abs that way?
The time has come.......
to finally destroy those last few pounds clinging to your thighs with SculpSure!
This pioneering body sculpting laser has been trimming waist lines for years and has now been cleared by the FDA as a body contouring procedure to tackle unwanted fatty areas on the thighs and buttocks.
It's that time of the year again- beaches are getting crowded and the Hamptons are waiting for New Yorkers to get up and out of the heat. Maybe you didn't have time to get your laps in around the Central Park loop or log your running miles with your training group like you'd planned, but that doesn't mean you can't confidently work your way into your swimsuit. Body Sculpting to the rescue!
For the past twenty-two years Jennifer Aniston has been stunning and wowing audiences with her sleek physique. Part of Aniston's appeal is her "girl next door" beauty and the impression that her long legs can be achieved without the glitz and glam (or big bucks) of the rich and famous.
Jennifer has always credited her fitness routine of yoga, pilates, and cardio to her timeless beauty, but her newest fitness secret is taking Hollywood by storm: Physical Therapy.
In 1980, the USDA released the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which labeled fat as bad and ultimately gave credence to the idiom “you can’t unring a bell.” Have you noticed the abundance of low-fat or fat-free options on the shelves? Do your friends refuse to eat a particular food because it has “just too much fat?” Despite current popular opinion, since the release of those guidelines, national obesity rates have skyrocketed from approximately 15% to 35% of the population today.
I lift, do cardio, and eat clean-- but I can’t seem to build more muscle.
I dropped a few pounds for the first few weeks, but nothing has changed since then.
I’ve been running three times a week; yet my body looks the same!
If any of these statements sound like you and you’re frustrated by the lack of body composition progress, you might be wondering if you’ve been doing everything wrong.
What is really going on?
If you've been planning on getting in shape for the new year, have goals of tackling marathons in 2017, or just want to get back into running after getting injured then this is a day you really won't want to miss. Our therapists coupled with our Noraxon technology will have you realizing dreams, shaving seconds off of your personal records, or just have you back on your feet, pounding the pavement.
You're a killer in the board room and have your work/life balance down like a boss, but unfortunately that doesn't mean you always have time to squeeze in the cardio and mind your diet. It only takes a New York minute to grab a hot dog from a street vendor and your busy schedule is starting to take its toll on your waist line. Fortunately, body sculpting can fit into your busy schedule. In just one twenty-five minute session you can blast fat cells for good in focused trouble areas.
You're doing everything right. You count your calories, you work out, you drink a lot of water, and take that early morning run through Central Park- but you're still not losing weight. Even skipping the subway and walking extra New York City blocks doesn't seem to be making the difference on the scale.
Our next weight loss and fitness tip is one most of us know but hate to put into practice. We're talking about calories! For consistent weight loss you'll need to burn more calories than you consume. If you are able to achieve a 500 calorie deficit per day that's the equivalent of a one pound loss each week.
Ready to take matters into your own hands and ditch those love handles after months of logging miles on the treadmill, to no avail? Your questions to body contouring, answered here!
- What is body contouring?
- Body contouring is a non-invasive procedure to help you in your goals to reach your ideal figure. Body contouring is not a weight loss procedure, but a process to help you tone and tighten targeted, tough to change areas. Unlike diet and exercise, body contouring provides you with the option to focus on specific areas of concern in your figure, like those pesky love handles!