Thursday, April 9, 2009

Be Fit For Life™ Women’s Health Club Of Raleigh Targets Women’s Fitness With Program Exclusive

“According to the US National Center for Health Statistics, approximately 64.5% of adults in the U.S. (nearly 127 million) are overweight, with nearly 62% of the 127 million being overweight women. While diet related products and services remain a multi-billion dollar industry, many women continue to struggle with weight issues that are seemingly impossible to overcome. Bored with routine workouts and often uninteresting exercise movements, and increasing number of women site the need for more fun and variety as key elements in staying motivated and achieving their fitness goals. Sunita Shouse, co-owner of Be Fit For Life™ Women’s Health Club Of Raleigh, remarks, ‘Stress induced weight issues, like poor diet habits and a general lack of regular exercise is directly related to the increased levels of overwhelm that many women experience on a daily basis. Infusing exercise into daily attitudes toward fitness is easy when combined with fun activities like belly dancing. Be Fit For Life™ Women’s Health Club Of Raleigh offers a variety of unique fitness experiences to help women stay focused, keep fitness fun and exciting and ensure that fitness remains part of their everyday commitment to health and wellness.” Gabriella Kuznik, originally from Ecuador, the belly dancing expert chosen by Be Fit For Life™ Women’s Health Club Of Raleigh will facilitate the 4 week Fundamentals of Belly Dancing program. Kuznik explains, ‘Belly dancing is so natural to a woman’s body because it is deeply feminine and graceful. With belly dancing, a woman can improve her posture, train and isolate her muscles to be more responsive and tone her mid section, all while discovering a new way to make fitness interesting and fun.’ According to the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, the average adult (18 years and older) needs 30 minutes of physical activity on 5 or more days a week in order to be healthy. A variety of physical activities like walking briskly, mowing the lawn, dancing, swimming for recreation or bicycling are ideal physical activities for both men and women, however, belly dancing is a natural fit into any woman’s overall fitness regime. ‘Stretching and weight training also strengthen a woman’s body and improves her overall level of fitness. At Be Fit For Life™ Women’s Health Club Of Raleigh, we have a variety of equipment and machines designed specifically for women. Combining our exclusive fitness programs, like Fundamentals of Belly Dancing, with our powerful 30 Minute Success Circuit™ is an ideal way for women to stay committed to fitness and have fun.’ Shouse adds.”

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