No, you don’t have to be overweight to dance. There may be other considerations you need to address, but you won’t be required to. When we dance for the first time, we will decide based on your specific situation if you are overweight or if your body mass index (BMI) is under the overweight line. To learn more about BMI, call 1-800-929-2779 or log onto BMI.org. If you have any questions about how this process works, please consult with your trainer or athletic trainer.
How does this program fit into my life?
In general, fitness programs designed for everyone fall into one or another of these categories: traditional weight loss programs, high or low intensity intermittent exercise programs, cardio/aerobic endurance programs, resistance-based strength training programs and the many more that can go with a weight loss or fitness plan. You will notice there are many different types of fitness programs, many different levels of intensity and intensity ranges, and even different types of training. Many different types of exercise routines and programs can provide health benefits for you, but you can also make the most of fitness programs that have been designed specifically for you by combining elements of the exercise program with other elements. If your purpose revolves around health or wellbeing, there will often be a focus on nutrition, so you can mix and match aspects of your workout to meet your specific goals. A common type of fitness program designed to help you achieve your goals includes: Bodybuilding training
Dance, Pilates or yoga
Weight lifting as part of your workout The goal of our program is to help you achieve your fitness goals. By building strength and conditioning muscles, reducing calories, and increasing cardiovascular fitness, you may be able to improve general health and wellbeing, and lead a more fulfilling and happy life. If you would like to discuss your exercise and training needs more thoroughly, please contact your trainer or athletic trainer, with either their name or with the phrase: “I’m interested in adding weight training to my routine.”
What size do I generally need?
To determine if weight training is right for you, we must know how many calories you require. We then compare your average daily caloric expenditure to that of an adult American of similar weight. For example, a 2,000 calorie energy deficit would equate to approximately 2,300 calories a day. Based on your weight, your daily amount of calories will likely be about 1,000 calories below that for an American adult of comparable weight.
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