Rise Up

rise upAnybody ready to rise up and take charge of their body, health and life may have great resolve initially, but may not know the path to follow. That’s where UA can help. We provide guidance based on your level of fitness, special needs and goals. Before we create any program for a member of our community, we assess their overall fitness in all areas, balance, strength, endurance and flexibility. We identify weaker muscle group, too. We consider any special needs, such as physical limitations that might require an adjustment to form or exercise and the member’s ultimate goals. Only then do we create an individualized program.

When you’re ready to rise up, nutrition plays an important role.

No fitness program would be complete without a complete nutrition program. You need not only adequate nutrition to build muscles, but also the appropriate caloric intake. If you have too many calories, you’ll gain weight or won’t lose it, with too few calories, you’ll put your body into starvation mode, slowing your metabolism and making it hard to lose weight. Everyone has different needs, different preferences and different ways they process some foods. We consider all aspects to help you rise up.

Your mindset plays a huge role when you choose to rise up.

I can almost guarantee that everyone that wants to take charge of their life, particularly their body, has great resolve in the beginning. However, it doesn’t take long before that resolve wains and disappears if there’s no help in the area of motivation. We provide that motivation to help keep you on the track of real change. Our supportive community of like-minded individuals also help you stay on track. Staying motivated is the key to a successful lifestyle change and staying fit for the rest of your life.

Tracking and recovery time are important aspects.

In order to get anywhere, you need a road map and signs along the way to let you know you’re headed in the right direction. We track your progress to help identify trouble spots, detours that are needed and identify the progress made. Tracking is an aid to know when you’ve made progress and when to increase the difficulty of the workout. You’ll always have concrete feedback when your progress is tracked.

You don’t need to struggle on your own when you’re ready to rise up and take charge. We have the knowledge and programs that work.

Sharing your determination and workout time with a like-minded community will help deepen the resolve.

You’ll see results faster with our help and results are a huge motivation.

After just a short time, you’ll notice the difference in your energy level, strength and endurance.


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