We took the chance today to get brief testimonials from some of our Lean Teens. This is what they have to say about the Lean Teen Program in their own words:
“Nobody puts pressure on you in the Lean Teen Program. You go at your own pace. I have gotten to learn healthy eating habits and a lot more than I thought I would. I thought the exercise was going to be hard because I wasn’t used to pushing it this hard. But now I have gotten stronger and so far I have lost 5 inches in one month!”
Jordan (16 years old) Continue reading
I know the words weight loss sound intimidating. We are nothing like that! Our program was created for teens like you to learn healthy habits without any judgment or pressure. Once you get to visit us you will see what I mean. That is why we offer all our teens a FREE class with NO obligation. We just want you to check us out.
My husband and I created the Lean Teen Program with YOU in mind. We know that you have enough stress in your life and things to deal with. I speak from the heart when I say that we love all our teens! We just want them to be happy and live a long and healthy life. When you come visit us I promise you will feel right at home. Continue reading
If you think it takes hours of grueling gym time to see real change, then think again. In just thirty minutes you can get a great workout! Our Lean Teen exercise classes consist of a 30 minute total body workout that includes a 2 minute warm-up, 25 minutes of circuit training, and a 3 minute cool down. All our exercise classes use hydraulic equipment designed to be safe for teens and to provide the right amount of resistance. It helps our teens to build lean muscle and to burn calories more quickly!
Our focus with circuit training is to help stimulate the muscles while also keeping the heart rate elevated. Our rest periods never exceed 60 seconds. Having short rest periods helps to keep the heart rate elevated and the body at fat burning levels. We also require our teens to use a heart rate monitor to ensure they are exercising at the right intensity level without going overboard and risking injury (normally 65-85 percent of their maximum heart rate). Continue reading