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2830 East Beltline Avenue Northeast
Grand Rapids, MI, 49525
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Do you want to burn fat & lose weight? Build muscle & get stronger? Crosstrain for running, biking or swimming? Or hike to Machu Picchu? Everything starts with a detailed assessment of your current physical condition. Our system measures your lean muscle mass, body fat, strength levels and other biomarkers. 

Based on the latest exercise science, Koko's proprietary algorithms create a unique strength, cardio & nutrition program precisely tailored to your body and goals.

Our Smartraining equipment leads you through every single workout, pushing you harder with real-time instruction, interactive coaching and performance data.

Koko synchronizes to your body, dynamically modifying the volume and intensity of your workouts as you progress, for maximum results without plateaus.

Every workout is different, never boring. Koko's friendly staff & encouraging community celebrate your milestones, both in-club and online.

Every session is tracked automatically on your own personal, data-rich website. Check in anytime from any of your devices.

 

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3 SECRETS OF THE PERFECT BODY March 5, 2018 By Michael Wood

Randall Wysong

Image Credit: Pixabay

https://michaelwoodfitness.com/2018/03/05/3-secrets-of-the-perfect-body/

The perfect body means something slightly different to everyone. For some people it’s all about being as slim as possible, for others it is about taming some of their least favorite areas and enhancing others. In fact, the perfect body can mean so many things that trying to achieve it isn’t just a challenge – you are setting yourself up for a disaster!

The Perfect Body Doesn’t Exist: Love What You Have

The first step in any pursuit is to be realistic about your starting point. With your body, you need to recognize that, even though it might be ‘perfect’ you have a fantastic foundation to progress from. Whether you want to lose some body fat or you want to tone and stretch your muscles – or both! – your body can make an amazing transformation. Love what you have now and treat your body to a better lifestyle.

Losing weight is tough because evolutionarily speaking, it is programmed to keep extra weight in case of a famine. While this was a great advantage back in the day, in our modern world of excess, this feature isn’t much good. It is perfectly possible to lose weight and to keep it off, as long as you recognize that your diet needs to turn into a lifestyle in order to maintain your new body. You might want a kick-start could use Duromine pills help to lose weight, but having a healthy attitude and lifestyle is key to keeping it off for good.

Measure Inches Not Stones

Setting a goal weight is one of the ways that many people decide to handle their weight loss scheme, but it doesn’t always work that way. Muscle is denser and therefore heavier than fat. This means that if you are hitting the gym as part of your regime, it’s likely that you will be replacing your fat with muscle and so the numbers on the scales won’t change.

A better way to work is to measure yourself with a tape measure. This will show your progress as you work towards the body you want as you will be able to see the fat being shed and then be able to measure the muscles as they grow. Track your numbers by measuring at roughly the same time each week and do take full body selfies with your biggest grin on too.

Healthy is More Important Than Skinny

Kate Moss was totally wrong when she said, ‘nothing tastes better than skinny feels’. Clearly, the poor girl has never eaten a home-cooked meal full of delicious, nutritious ingredients! She is right, though, that for some strange reason the fashion industry is more interested in skinny girls than healthy ones.

Without going into the boring details (including hair loss, sagging skin, and exhaustion) being skinny is not a health revolution and you should not be sacrificing your muscle mass in favor of some unrealistic skinny jeans. The perfect body should be giving you plenty of energy and making you happy: give it a chance and focus on your health rather than your looks. A healthy body looks more naturally radiant, anyway.

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2845 Thornhills Avenue Southeast
Grand Rapids
Michigan
49546
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