Getting Started

It seems like getting started takes longer than getting fit.

“A year from now you will wish you had started today.” ~ Karen Lamb

How true a statement as many people reflect after time has passed and realize their postponing an exercise program has resulted in another year of “I would’ve and should’ve….”.  Starting something such as a well thought out health and fitness program takes time, knowledge and most importantly, execution.  For those looking to circumvent starting such a program, excuses are plenty, but the problem is we keep aging, we keep losing muscle tissue, we get fatter and that year has passed and there’s more ground to make up.

I strongly believe that it doesn’t take much time to stimulate lean muscle tissue, fat loss and improve cardiovascular conditioning, you do, however, need to know how to do it safely, efficiently and effectively and of course, be committed to the process.  Two to three times per week for less than 30 minutes per session can make that “wish you started” feeling a thing of the past.

Fred Fornicola


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