For Fat Loss
Why is fat loss to difficult?
The science behind fat loss is indeed straightforward: create a consistent calorie deficit by eating less and moving more. It sounds simple, yet many individuals continue to struggle with maintaining a healthy body weight and controlling their diet, despite attempting various approaches.
We’ve seen a few recurring patterns that impede progress in achieving fat loss goals.
- Taking an all-or-nothing approach
- Setting wildly unrealistic goals
- Following restrictive and unsustainable diets
- Lacking education on how to eat healthily
- Fooling yourself over what you think you eat versus what you actually eat
- Following the latest fitness fad for a few weeks
- Focusing solely on cardio workouts
- Having no accountability to see your goals through to the end
- Not having a long-term mindset
Fat Loss Myths
Through our 1-on-1 consultation process, we delve into various aspects such as sleep, diet, exercise, stress levels, and other data points to truly comprehend what motivates and drives you.
With a clear vision of what you want to accomplish, we can create a personalized, results-focused program that is tailor-made for you. We then provide a well-defined roadmap that outlines the steps needed to reach your desired destination. This customized approach ensures that every aspect of your fitness journey aligns with your individual needs and aspirations.
See why others love Sweat 60
I needed to lose weight and help with my nutrition.
I lost almost 50 pounds since I started, and I still don’t plan on leaving any time soon.
I had taken a year off due to shoulder surgery only to gain 20 lbs. and I ironically lost a lot of overall mobility while focusing on my shoulder physical therapy.
When my 41st year was looming, I decided that I could no longer just let life happen.
I needed to take action. Luckily life sent me Kevin to help get my life in gear and provide the tools necessary to make those positive changes in my life. Have I been perfect all the time? Hell No! Kevin has been there to keep me accountable, calls me out on my excuses, and sometimes acts as a part-time therapist…everything a good trainer should do.
I was looking for a gym that was different. I wanted to get more out of my workouts.
The coaches make every effort to ensure that each person is getting the most out of their workouts. They do a great job of not only pushing you to consistently improve but making sure you do all of the movements with the correct form.
While training for the LA marathon this year I started having pretty significant knee pain because I took a hiatus from weight training and had imbalanced leg muscle strength.
If I could give Sweat 60 100 stars, I would. Kevin’s training – and his modifications when needed – completely halted the progression of my knee pain and literally got me through race day pain-free.
Between the excess weight and knee problems, I needed to lose weight.
I was 60 pounds heavier before, but not only did I lose weight, I reshaped my body. Motivated by the results, accountability, and great trainers, I feel great at 73.
Before, I dealt with pain due to my sedentary work life, but now, I enjoy activities pain-free.
With tailored workouts, I can hike, ski, and even golf better. If you’re willing to commit and want real results, Sweat 60’s approach is time well spent.
Being consistent with workouts, especially with my demanding job, was tough.
I initially did group workouts here and then turned to personal training after hurting my back during COVID-19. Sweat 60’s knowledgeable trainers and tailored approach have been great, making the challenging workouts enjoyable. They’ve helped me regain strength, eliminate back pain, and boost my energy.
Overcoming injuries and mental barriers has been transformative, improving not just my fitness but also my overall health.
The instant connection, individual support, and tailored approach kept me engaged. The trainers meet you where you are, and their genuine approach creates variety and a comfortable environment.
My quest was to find a place that focused on building muscle and strength the smart way, not just getting big.
Since joining, I’ve not only become physically stronger but also gained a better sense of overall well-being. Sweat 60 is a no-brainer and it’s definitely helped me and it could help you too.
Why excess body fat is so dangerous?
Excess body fat is harmful to so many aspects of your health. The more overweight you are, the greater the risk you have of chronic disease, cancer, depression, cognitive decline and premature death.
The cold hard facts make for sobering reading:
You will die younger
You face a greater risk of cancer
Carrying excess body fat increases the likelihood of developing various types of cancer. Research by the American Cancer Society highlights the strong link between obesity and cancer risk, making fat loss a vital component in cancer prevention.
You will be more likely to die from heart disease
Excessive body fat raises the risk of cardiovascular diseases, including heart attacks and strokes. According to the World Heart Federation, obesity is a major risk factor for heart disease, underscoring the importance of shedding excess fat to protect heart health.
Your chance of developing type-2 diabetes is greater
Being overweight significantly elevates the risk of type-2 diabetes. Research from the American Diabetes Association demonstrates the clear correlation between obesity and diabetes, emphasizing the necessity of fat loss for diabetes prevention and management.
Your dementia and alzheimer's risk will rise
Studies have indicated a connection between obesity and an increased risk of cognitive decline, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease. The Alzheimer’s Association highlights that obesity can contribute to neurodegenerative conditions, stressing the importance of maintaining a healthy weight through strategies like strength training.
You will be more susceptible to depression and mental health issues
Excess body fat isn’t just a physical concern—it also impacts mental health. Obesity is linked to a higher prevalence of depression and other mental health disorders. Addressing body fat through effective methods like strength training can contribute to both physical and mental well-being.