New Client of the Week

Anthony lost 10.8 pounds of fat in one week! His body fat went down 2.9% he started at 32.08 and dropped down to 29.18%. 

Congratulations on Client of the Week!   you’re going to be famous….. .. great work on your weight loss  & lean mass gain Anthony. By sharing your story it can inspire others to follow in your steps becoming athletic and fit.  If you can please answer the questions below in as much detail as you like.

Anthony had never considered Live In Fitness to be an option, he had not anticipated being here.He was in the best shape of his life until his environment completely dedicated his life plan. Living in New York City during the epidemic was a big challenge for him. It was affecting his lifestyle; he was limited to his options due to gyms being affected by the epidemic. Anthony was not emotionally ready to watch someone who had raised him become fully dependent on him. It was extremely difficult for him and Gloria, his mother. He became her full time caretaker after he found out she started getting ill. Within two years Anothony’s mother suffered from two stents in her heart and her legs. She also suffered from a pig vein in her heart. Leading to congestion heart failure causing her to have blackouts. Anthony’s purpose and intentions have always been to change his life for the better to make sure Gloria lives a good life where he can provide the best for her. Anthony was ready to prioritize his health. He noticed a weight pattern within the epidemic after they both struggled with covid. He continued to nurse his mother while he did his best to take care of himself. He knew he needed to take care of himself first in order to continue to give proper care to his mother. After speaking with Jermaine, the manager of Live In Fitness Anthony was looking forward to joining the team to focus on targeting specific muscle groups as well as targeting his mind. He knew this was the right place to help him achieve his goals. Anthony’s purpose is to inspire and bring information to other men to help them know how powerful they can be. Anthony is happy with how uncomfortable Live In fitness has been. Anthony came to Live in Fitness ready to work and be exposed to what he needs to continue to work on. He says “ I am surrounded by professionals who genuinely care for my ability to accelerate my success! The environment I am surrounded by has helped me to keep battling against my own thoughts, and my own self doubts to change my attitude to only do my best, giving it my 110% always .”

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Enjoy Their Interview Below!

Congratulations on Client of the Week!   you’re going to be famous……… great work on your weight loss  & lean mass gain Gerard. By sharing your story it can inspire others to follow in your steps in becoming athletic and fit.  If you can please answer the questions below in as much detail as you like.

  • How did you come about Live-in-Fitness and first meet Eric? From a woman named Robin who attended the program back in 2018. Robin lost a total of 75 pounds in two weeks at Live In Fitness. Robin continues to lose weight; she went from a size 16 to a 4. I was interested in attending when she said this program is all about mindset and gets you results.
  •    Where are you from? Nancy George’s mother is both from Atlanta Georgia.
  • What is your career? Nancy is an artist, a painter and George is currently studying business finance at Belmont University in Nashville Tennessee.
  • When did you notice a weight pattern or change if it applies? Nancy has always been on some extreme diet or breaking some extreme diet and George has been gaining weight since he was young, after getting off ADD medicine his weight gain increased.
  • How did it make you feel/or affect your lifestyle? Inconvenient in limiting daily everyday life activities for George as a student. Not being able to fit in certain uber cars. For Nancy
  • What were your biggest struggles? George’s biggest struggles have been not fitting in certain cars. Nancy’s struggles to enjoy creating workouts by herself. Not being self motivated.
  • What did you expect when coming here to LIFE? then & now? They both expected to be pushed and have been ever since day one. Nancy says I expected the program to be unpleasant! It has been hard but still fun and the staff is amazing!
  • How do you feel about your progress so far this time?  What is your ultimate fitness goal? They both feel excited to keep getting results. Ultimate fitness goal is to stay motivated and consistent.
  • What so far about the program has worked for you? Nancy says having a personal chef is so great and has the checkmark for her. For George it has been the education aspect, learning Eric’s philosophies.
  • What is your opinion on Eric’s philosophies and approach to fitness and coaching? George has learned that Eric’s nutrition knowledge has got him results without feeling like starving. Nancy says she loves Eric’s approaches to fitness including mobility and flexibility. Ensuring her a long healthy life.
  • What do you look for in a Coach? Both look for a motivational coach who will push them
  • How has the Program enriched your life?- strengths and weaknesses, likes and dislikes? It has made George less scared of weight change. It has made it less impossible to lose weight and actively take control of his life. As a parent Nancy felt like she could not help George because she did not have an understanding on how to get her own weight under control. Live In Fitness has enriched her life with all the tools she needs to achieve her goals.
  • What did you enjoy about the program? Nancy enjoyed power of four. Not just focusing on fitness but the mental side as well. George enjoys all knowledge he takes in everyday from coaches and lectures.
  • am? classes? lectures? staff? clients? me?
  • Favorite Class? Nancy enjoyed having the combination of the different classes with different coaches. George’s favorite class is Nutrition 101.
  • What have been your favorite chef dishes? Nancy’s favorite dish is taco tuesday.
  • What advice would you give others contemplating attending the program? Nancy says she took 2 years off exercising during the epidemic and still got amazing results coming to Live In Fitness being completely out of shape. You can do the same!

George advises not to fear when it comes to your meals the chef will always find meals that will work with your goals.

  • What advice would you give to others? Quote? Statement? Motivation Nancy says take it one day at a time and stay in the moment.

4 days on One day off Get fit in 40 day Challenge

Day 1

[HEADER]  AM: Workout video your choice ( figure out what fits for your time frame )

[HEADER]  PM: Cardio and Strength Mix

  1. Walking 1 minute
  2. Jogging-Treadmill or Walking  1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  3. Chest-Push-Up Wide  1 set of 20
  4. Jogging-Treadmill or Walking  1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  5. Back-Lat pull down *HAVE GIF in Google Docs 1 set of 25 reps (Use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)

[DESCRIPTION]

– Sit down on the pulldown seat, feet flat on the floor.
You may need to adjust the height of the bar by shortening or lengthening the cable that or your seat height.

– The bar should be at a height that your outstretched arms can comfortably grasp without you having to leap off the seat too far.

– Adjust the knee pad so that the upper thighs are held firmly against the pad. This will assist you when you apply effort to the bar.

– For a start, grasp the bar with a wide grip (as shown) with overhand, knuckles up grip. Other positions and grips are possible.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking  1 minute , 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Crunches  Set of 25
  3. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  4. Chest-Push-Up Wide  Set of 20
  5. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  6. Plank regular or on knees 1 minute(depending on your exercise level)

Day 2

1 minute *(NEED DIFFERENT EXERCISE? NOT FOUND ON FITCLUB) plank post ups regular or on knees (depending on your exercise level)

  1. Crunches 1 minute 
  2. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  3. Back-Lat pull down *HAVE GIF in Google Docs 1 set of 25 reps (Use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)

[DESCRIPTION]

– Sit down on the pulldown seat, feet flat on the floor.
You may need to adjust the height of the bar by shortening or lengthening the cable that or your seat height.

– The bar should be at a height that your outstretched arms can comfortably grasp without you having to leap off the seat too far.

– Adjust the knee pad so that the upper thighs are held firmly against the pad. This will assist you when you apply effort to the bar.

– For a start, grasp the bar with a wide grip (as shown) with overhand, knuckles up grip. Other positions and grips are possible.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking  1 minute , 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Crunches  Set of 25
  3. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  4. Chest-Push-Up Wide  Set of 20
  5. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  6. Back-Lat pull down *HAVE GIF in Google Docs 1 set of 25 reps (Use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)

[DESCRIPTION]

– Sit down on the pulldown seat, feet flat on the floor.
You may need to adjust the height of the bar by shortening or lengthening the cable that or your seat height.

– The bar should be at a height that your outstretched arms can comfortably grasp without you having to leap off the seat too far.

– Adjust the knee pad so that the upper thighs are held firmly against the pad. This will assist you when you apply effort to the bar.

– For a start, grasp the bar with a wide grip (as shown) with overhand, knuckles up grip. Other positions and grips are possible.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Plank regular or on knees 1 minute(depending on your exercise level)

1 minute *(NEED DIFFERENT EXERCISE? NOT FOUND ON FITCLUB) plank post ups regular or on knees (depending on your exercise level)

  1. Crunches  1 minute
  2. Chest-Incline Dumbbell Press or Chest- Barbell Incline Bench  1 set of 25

25.Side Lying Leg Lifts  1 minute (use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)
[DESCRIPTION]
– Lying on your side on a mat, have one arm bent and resting underneath your head. Your other arm should be in front of your body palm facing down on the mat. Legs should both be straight, with your bottom leg touching the mat, and your top leg about 1 foot above the bottom leg.
– Once in this position, bring your bottom leg up off the mat to meet your top leg.
– Hold for 2 seconds and return both legs together to the mat to complete one rep.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Back-Lat pull down *HAVE GIF in Google Docs 1 set of 25 reps (Use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)

[DESCRIPTION]

– Sit down on the pulldown seat, feet flat on the floor.
You may need to adjust the height of the bar by shortening or lengthening the cable that or your seat height.

– The bar should be at a height that your outstretched arms can comfortably grasp without you having to leap off the seat too far.

– Adjust the knee pad so that the upper thighs are held firmly against the pad. This will assist you when you apply effort to the bar.

– For a start, grasp the bar with a wide grip (as shown) with overhand, knuckles up grip. Other positions and grips are possible.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Chest-Incline Dumbbell Press or Chest- Barbell Incline Bench 1 set of 25
  3. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  4. Back-Lat pull down *HAVE GIF in Google Docs 1 set of 25 reps (Use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)

[DESCRIPTION]

– Sit down on the pulldown seat, feet flat on the floor.
You may need to adjust the height of the bar by shortening or lengthening the cable that or your seat height.

– The bar should be at a height that your outstretched arms can comfortably grasp without you having to leap off the seat too far.

– Adjust the knee pad so that the upper thighs are held firmly against the pad. This will assist you when you apply effort to the bar.

– For a start, grasp the bar with a wide grip (as shown) with overhand, knuckles up grip. Other positions and grips are possible.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Chest-Incline Dumbbell Press or Chest- Barbell Incline Bench 1 set of 25
  3. Back-Lat pull down *HAVE GIF in Google Docs 1 set of 25 reps (Use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)

[DESCRIPTION]

– Sit down on the pulldown seat, feet flat on the floor.
You may need to adjust the height of the bar by shortening or lengthening the cable that or your seat height.

– The bar should be at a height that your outstretched arms can comfortably grasp without you having to leap off the seat too far.

– Adjust the knee pad so that the upper thighs are held firmly against the pad. This will assist you when you apply effort to the bar.

– For a start, grasp the bar with a wide grip (as shown) with overhand, knuckles up grip. Other positions and grips are possible.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Plank regular or on knees 1 minute(depending on your exercise level)

1 minute *(NEED DIFFERENT EXERCISE? NOT FOUND ON FITCLUB) plank post ups regular or on knees (depending on your exercise level)

  1. Crunches 1 minute
  2. Side Lying Leg Lifts  1 minute (use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)
    [DESCRIPTION]
    – Lying on your side on a mat, have one arm bent and resting underneath your head. Your other arm should be in front of your body palm facing down on the mat. Legs should both be straight, with your bottom leg touching the mat, and your top leg about 1 foot above the bottom leg.
    – Once in this position, bring your bottom leg up off the mat to meet your top leg.
    – Hold for 2 seconds and return both legs together to the mat to complete one rep.
  3. Back Rows 1 set of 25

[DESCRIPTION]

– Bend knees slightly and bend over bar with back straight. Grasp bar with wide overhand grip.

– Pull bar to upper waist. Return until arms are extended and shoulders are stretched downward.

– Repeat.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  3. Chest-Incline Dumbbell Press or Chest- Barbell Incline Bench 1 set of 25
  4. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  5. Back-Lat pull down *HAVE GIF in Google Docs 1 set of 25 reps (Use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)

[DESCRIPTION]

– Sit down on the pulldown seat, feet flat on the floor.
You may need to adjust the height of the bar by shortening or lengthening the cable that or your seat height.

– The bar should be at a height that your outstretched arms can comfortably grasp without you having to leap off the seat too far.

– Adjust the knee pad so that the upper thighs are held firmly against the pad. This will assist you when you apply effort to the bar.

– For a start, grasp the bar with a wide grip (as shown) with overhand, knuckles up grip. Other positions and grips are possible.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Chest-Incline Dumbbell Press or Chest- Barbell Incline Bench 1 set of 25
  3. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  4. Plank regular or on knees 1 minute(depending on your exercise level)

1 minute *(NEED DIFFERENT EXERCISE? NOT FOUND ON FITCLUB) plank post ups regular or on knees (depending on your exercise level)

  1. Crunches 1 minute
  2. Side Lying Leg Lifts  1 minute (use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)
    [DESCRIPTION]
    – Lying on your side on a mat, have one arm bent and resting underneath your head. Your other arm should be in front of your body palm facing down on the mat. Legs should both be straight, with your bottom leg touching the mat, and your top leg about 1 foot above the bottom leg.
    – Once in this position, bring your bottom leg up off the mat to meet your top leg.
    – Hold for 2 seconds and return both legs together to the mat to complete one rep.
  3. Chest-Incline Dumbbell Press or Chest- Barbell Incline Bench 1 set of 25
  4. Back Rows 1 set of 25

[DESCRIPTION]

– Bend knees slightly and bend over bar with back straight. Grasp bar with wide overhand grip.

– Pull bar to upper waist. Return until arms are extended and shoulders are stretched downward.

– Repeat.

  1. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  2. Running Treadmill or Jogging-Treadmill or Walking 1 minute, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercise (depending on your exercise level)
  3. Back Rows 1 set of 25

[DESCRIPTION]

– Bend knees slightly and bend over bar with back straight. Grasp bar with wide overhand grip.

– Pull bar to upper waist. Return until arms are extended and shoulders are stretched downward.

– Repeat.

  1. Chest-Incline Dumbbell Press or Chest- Barbell Incline Bench 1 set of 25

Day 3

[HEADER]  AM: video of choice ( for as long as your life allows)

[HEADER]  PM: Strength and Sculpting – Legs and Abs 

(Strength training can always be swapped with a sculpting video or circuit with weights video or band video)

  1. Legs-Bodyweight Walking Lunge  4 sets each leg 20 reps 
  2. Leg Curl  4 set of 20 reps (use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions )

[DESCRIPTION]

– Facing bench, stand between bench and lever pads. Lie prone on bench with knees just beyond edge of bench and lower legs under lever pads. Grasp handles.

– Raise lever pad to back of thighs by flexing knees. Lower lever pads until knees are straight. 

– Repeat.

  1. Leg Extensions 4 sets
  2. Crunches 50 reps
  3. Russian Twist 50 reps  

*(NEED DIFFERENT EXERCISE? NOT FOUND ON FITCLUB) Kickouts 50 reps

Day 4

[HEADER]  AM: Video of choice

[HEADER]  PM: Strength and Sculpting – Shoulders and Bicep Workout

(Strength training can always be swapped with a sculpting video or circuit with weights video or band video)

  1. Stretch and warm up 5 Min. (can be swapped out with a stretching video)
  2. Cardio – Walking/Jogging-Treadmill  45 minute (Cardio can always be swapped out with your workout videos)
  3. Shoulders-Dumbbell Shoulder Press  3 sets  (use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions )
  4. Shoulders-Standing Military Press  3 sets(use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions )
  5. Shoulders-Front Plate Raise  2 sets (use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions )
  6. Russian Twist  30 reps   
  7. Crunches  30 reps
  8. Biceps-Machine Bicep Curl  3 sets of 15 (use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)
  9. Biceps-Hammer Curls press  3 sets of 15 (use appropriate weight so you struggle on last repetitions)
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