Its time to be proactive and ward off those so called “Holiday Pounds” by staying active. Fitness Results in Upland is ready to be your partner and lead you through this season weight gain free. Want more than just to stay gain free, no problem we can even help you shed the extra 5 pounds you wrote down on your 2012 resolution list!
To help you get in shape beginning December 10, 2012 we will be offering more Group Fitness classes. Members already attending Boot Camp who can’t adjust your schedule to the new times yet, no problem we will offer the 6:30 – 7:30 PM class for you till the end of the session. The following class times will be available for Group Fitness Classes:
Morning: Monday – Friday 5:30 – 6:30 AM and 10:30 – 11:30 AM
Rebound exercise is “The most efficient, effective and pleasant exercise ever devisedby man.” – N.A.S.A
Fitness Results is excited to introduce Kangoo Jumps and classes. Kangoo Jumps is a motivating rebound exercise for a new way to Boot Camp! Fitness Results will begin offering these fun, exciting, up beat classes at our newly expanded gym in Upland starting after the 1st of the year. Your probably asking yourself “what are Kangoo Jumps?” That is a great question, Kangoo Jumps is the new craze sweeping across Europe, and just recently introduced to the United States. This revolutionary new fitness shoe has a patented Impact Protection System. This system actually reduces ground impact is by up to 80%, putting less strain on your knees, back, and joints. You will feel better
not only about your workout, but also about yourself through the natural release of Endorphin-the hormone of happiness. Basically you can exercise for a shorter period of time, burn more calories, and reduce the risk of injury.
Now you’re thinking, “Okay, what type of exercises will I be doing with these shoes?” Another great question! Our sessions will vary from outdoor Boot Camp structure to indoor high-aerobic and anaerobic plyometric movements. Now don’t let words like “Plyometric Training” stop you from experiencing Fitness Results and Kangoo Jumps classes. Normal Plyometric training consists of repeated movements with numerous contractions of the muscles that require maximal effort. That type of Plyometric training can cause overtraining and a higher risk of injury. Kangoo Jumps are not normal fitness shoes, they reduce your risk of injury. While wearing these shoes, an individual can train
at a higher intensity more often and with less chance of injury. Kangoo Jumps are a great addition to the Fitness Results family to help you reach your goals. Kangoo Jumps, to the beat of the most popular music and our fun outgoing instructors is the perfect recipe for your Fitness Results!
The Kangoo Jumps do have more to offer than just the Impact Protection System.
Jump start the Lymphatic System- In some parts of the body, lymph fluid actually crystallizes into cellulite (which we know is hard to get rid of)
Increase endurance (VO2 max) of the cardiovascular system
Increase energy level- Most exercises are too strenuous for people who lack training Non strenuous, shorter training sessions will increase your energy levels
Face lift effect- as the cells in your body are repeatedly shortening and lengthening, they become stronger, thicker and firmer
Promotes good posture and core strength
Helps prevent osteoporosis
Sign up while spots are still available for what N.A.S.A. says is:
“The most efficient, effective and pleasant exercise ever devised by man!”
Start off your New Years Resolution right with our Introductory Kangoo Jumps Group exercise Special Offer! Available for a limited Time! Buy 10, thirty-minute (30 min) sessions for $100 and Get 1 Session FREE! Buy 20, thirty-minute (30 min) sessions for $200 and Get 2 sessions FREE!
Shoe rental: $3.00 per session.
Kangoo Jumps Shoe Sale!
Buy your own pair of Kangoo Jumps to use in our classes, on the road, and in the comfort of your own home!
Holiday Sales Price of $183.00 – that’s a 20% savings OFF Retail!
Kangoo Jumps also makes a great gift for the holidays. Remember this sale is for a limited time, shoe sale ends January 1, 2013
If your currently training at Fitness Results in Upland you may have been wondering what is going on next door. Well as of mid month Lance McCullough owner and trainer at Fitness Results has acquired the building next door. Fitness Results is growing and we could not be happier or more excited to offer our clients more of the best the Inland Empire has to offer!
Our addition will be the new home to our current Boot Camp program as well as some new and exciting programs coming in 2013. Some of those new Group Fitness programs we will be offering are Kangoo Jumps and TRX Suspension and Rip Training. Fitness Results will also be expanding on our Sport Training course by adding lifting platforms. Another great form of exercise is bouldering and rock climbing, so we are bringing that to our clients as well.
Demolition has begun and it is our hope that we will be opening the doors to our new facility January 2, 2013. As with any construction there are permits, regulations and inspections that have to take place before opening. Follow us on Facebook to see our progress.
As always, we would love to welcome you to join us at Fitness Results Upland. Call us to begin your Personal Training or Boot Camp classes Now, construction is not stopping us from training so it shouldn’t stop you!
Fitness Results has found yet another amazing trainer ready to help you reach your fitness goals. Erasmo Flores’ passion for fitness traces back to his time spent in the United States Army. Please join us in welcoming Erasmo!
Erasmo Flores joined the United States Army in September of 1999 and quickly gained rank through motivation and dedication to duty. Erasmo always enjoyed the physical training aspects of the Army lifestyle. He made fitness a priority by consistently earning perfect scores of 300 on each Army Physical Fitness Test which consisted of push-ups, sit-ups and 2 mile run for time. During Primary Leadership Development Erasmo achieved a commendation from the Commanding General for the overall highest Army Physical Fitness Test score out of the entire class of approximately 200 students he was also a Distinguished Honor Graduate.
Erasmo graduated from various physically rigorous Army schools including Air Assault School, U.S. Army Sapper Leader Course, and U.S. Army Ranger School. In 2007, Erasmo brought great credit and honor to the 25th Infantry Division when he and his team mate won the Third Annual Best Sapper Competition being named, “Best Sapper 2007!” The competition kicks off with a non-standard Army Physical Fitness Test which pull-ups are included. The team then moves through a course of 50 miles in 50 hours on foot with a variety of obstacles and technical tasks. The competitors complete for points on a course is designed to exhaust physically, mentally and creatively all while carrying 60+ pound Rucksack (gear bag). Some of the physical challenges included; swimming across a lake with a packed rucksack, rappelling a 40-foot tower and 100-foot cliff, day and night navigation problems, obstacles that need to be destroyed with demolitions, transporting a Skedco litter patient and rendering first-aid to casualties. The final gut-check comes the morning of the last competition day with an X-miles run, named so because the competitors have no idea of the run’s length. This run can be anywhere from 8-12 miles, also aligned with the physically exhausting mystery events.
Erasmo has always been a great inspiration to his peers and fellow soldiers for physical fitness training. Erasmo left the U.S. Army and now pursues the civilian side of physical fitness training. In his spare time Erasmo enjoys creating drawings and painting, running, biking, hiking and he especially loves when he can get to the beach to catch awesome waves bodyboarding.
It is my duty to help my fellow man or women to achieve their fitness, health and lifestyle goals. I have always been a source of motivation for those that I train and those I simply assist with moral support to achieve their life goals. I am proud to be a member of the Fitness Results team and am looking forward to helping you realize your own “Fitness Results!”
Fitness Results Upland has done it again hiring another amazing athlete to be part of our group fitness and personal training team! Please help us welcome Errol Stump!
As an Upland local Errol Stump graduated from Upland High School in 2005. While at Upland Errol competed in Varsity swimming for 4 years and Varsity water polo for 3 years. After high school Errol continued his passion for swimming at Mt. SAC earning “All American Honors” and serving as swim team captain. After earning his AA, Errol transferred to the University of La Verne. While at the University of La Verne Errol finished his NCAA eligibility in water polo and swimming. He also served as the University of La Verne’s swim team captain for two years. During his time at the University of La Verne Errol earned his Bachelors in Movement and Sports Science, his teaching credentials and a Masters in Education.
Errol has been an active aquatics coach for many years. During his graduate studies he worked as the assistant swim and dive coach at the University of La Verne. Further continuing his passion for the water Errol has coached swim for 6 years and water polo for 2 at Upland High School. Errol is also a part time swim coach for the Brea Aquatics Swim Club.
“I am very excited to be a part of the Fitness Results team! As you can see I have a passion for swim and water polo, but I also enjoy other activities! Some of those activities are weight training, jogging, hiking, fishing, and mountain biking. I am recently married, during our free time my wife and I enjoy an active lifestyle together. I love helping others get results! It’s so exciting to be part of the transformation of an individuals health and life! I believe that setting both short and long term goals then partnering those with education and training to achieve longterm success! I look forward to meeting you at Fitness Results!”
Today there are so many group exercise options, it can leave you feeling overwhelmed. Trying to figure out what group exercise program is best for you can have you second guessing yourself. Weight training, Bootcamp, Kickboxing, Zumba, many different types of dancing, individual and group training. Its no wonder we are so confused! First of all there is hope and we are here to help you weed through all the different options.
Here are a few things to ask yourself when making your decision on how to proceed in achieving your fitness goals.
1. Understand your body; do you have any injuries current or past you are dealing with?
If so consider beginning with a program that takes those injuries into consideration by giving you low and high impact alternative movements. Most group fitness classes offer a free class, take advantage of this offer. During your “free” class assess the program and how your body is reacting to it. Not returning because it was hard or the people were not that friendly arenot valid excuses. Endurance takes time and you will get there, no matter what shape you are starting in. As far as the other class members give them some time, if they are regulars they just want to see if your committed or not… there so many starters, very few finishers!
2. Where is the class located and what time of the day is the class.
Two equally good things to consider. Set yourself up for success! If the class is located near your home or near your work it would be easier to attend. If the class is out of your way even though it may be the best class ever when you’ve overslept or returned from a long day at work getting to class my become a challenge. Proximity can be a critical detail to your success! When selecting the time of day be honest with your time, don’t try to schedule your work out time during a time of the day that is not necessarily open most days. If your only time is before work or the kids wake up then challenge yourself to make it work. Go to bed 30 minutes earlier, drag yourself out of bed in the morning and get moving! I promis you will never regret having woke up and you will feel amazing… after a good shower 🙂
3. What is your fitness goal?
Are you looking to lose weight, build muscle, participate in one of the many endurance events available or just want to get your body moving. Having a goal of what you want your body to either look like or endure is important in picking your group exercise program.
4. How much does the class cost?
There are many great group exercise programs and the cost do very. When selecting the program you would like to be part of consider the cost and length of time. Is the program fee month to month, 10 weeks… or what is the deal? I understand that cost is not a factor for everyone and quality is worth paying extra for but real change takes time. When searching for a new program consider devoting at least 3-6 months to it. Yes, you can lose weight in 1 month but to keep it off you need to make lifestyle changes and create new habits that takes time. You don’t want to start a new program then find 2 months in you don’t have the money for it and you quit. With that said have a budget ready so you never have to think about if you can continue on another month or session.
If you have ever watched the sitcom “Cheers” the theme song goes hand in hand with group exercise classes and how we are as a society. Group fitness classes can be so much fun and give you the results you want but more importantly they can give you accountability and just make you feel good. Here are the lyrics if you never heard them…
Making your way in the world today takes everything you’ve got. Taking a break from all your worries, sure would help a lot. Wouldn’t you like to get away?
Sometimes you want to go Where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came. You wanna be where you can see, our troubles are all the same You wanna be where everybody knows Your name. You wanna go where people know, people are all the same, You wanna go where everybody knows your name.