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January 19, 2010

Rob Won our 6 Week Body Transformation Contestant (January)

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Rob was the Winner of the Grand Prize

……But everybody in our eyes is the winner and we are so proud of all our Health & Fitness Challenge Partners

We are excited to make a good dent in their lives and hear each of them say how great they feel and how much more energy they have gained!

Jim

48yrs 260lbs 32.6%bf

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Georgette

55yrs 171.4lbs 37.7%bf

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Marie

47yrs 209.9lbs 40.4%bf

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Teresa

43yrs 157.6lbs 29.7%bf

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Mario

46yrs 216lbs 26.7%bf

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Tamela

38yrs 182lbs 32.1%bf

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Rob

38yrs 341lbs 42.4%bf

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Angelica

32yrs 271.8lbs 46.6 BMI

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Rick

44yrs 257.8lbs 30.9%bf

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Carolyn

39yrs 179.6lbs 41.4%bf

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Jamie

33yrs 256.4lbs 31.4%bf

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Houyda

46yrs 175lbs 37.6%bf

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Javier

31yrs 212.4lbs 23%bf

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Joe

61yrs 164.4lbs 26%bf

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Brad

52yrs 245.4lbs 29.8%bf

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Jose

30yrs 184.6lbs 22.7%bf

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Erin

30yrs 155.4lbs 32.9%bf

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Patty

56yrs 197.8lbs 41.4%bf

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Yesenia

35yrs 210.8lbs 37.7%bf

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Michael

56yrs 212.6lbs 27.4%bf

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Rene

47yrs 206.4lbs 27%bf

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Candice

24yrs 230.4lbs 39.3%bfBefore & After

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Dave

37yrs 249.8lbs 25.4%bf

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Ted

38yrs 198.6lbs 24.3%bf

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January 15, 2010

Tammy Jones is Going for More~~

Going for more!!  The last stretch!

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Dr. Saman Bakhtiar is an Ontario Personal Trainer and Boot Camp Instructor.

If you know anyone looking for personal training in the Inland Empire, send them to Fitness Concepts.

We will take good care of them. He is ‘thee’ Fitness Expert and Body Transformation Specialist this side of Los Angeles and Inland Empire.

Here at our amazing Health Club we are the gym of all gyms….or also referred to as the Gem of all Gyms.

We offer Boot Camps, Fitness Training, Nutritional Consultations and a friendly awesome staff ready to take on all weight loss and fat loss challenges.


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August 23, 2009

1. Making Better Choices at Mac Donald’s

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http://nutrition.mcdonalds.com/nutritionexchange/nutritionInfo.do

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Click Above image to go directly to Mc Donald's Grab a McMeal page

Click image to go to Mc Donald's Nutritional Grab a Mc Meal.

Okay the verdict is out on McDonald’s!!  After about an hour of studying these nutritional facts this is what I recommend.


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Click any Mc Donald’s image to go to site to get nutritional info….

Leave me a comment and let me know what do you usually eat when you go to Mac Donald’s. Also If you enjoyed this post share it with your facebook friends by clicking on the facebook emblem below.

Dr. Sam Bakhtiar is fitness expert in the Inland Empire.

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August 18, 2009

Getting Your Mind Right

Over the past 18 years I have helped thousands of my clients transform
their bodies.

Here is what I’ve discovered

In my opinion our mind is the most important factor when it comes
to getting in shape or achieving any goal for that matter.

Now, there are thousands of books out there about new ways to exercise and I am not even going to start about books on diet. It seems like everybody and their mother has a diet book.

But then that got me thinking; what other aspects of our lives are controlled by our mind?

The answer: EVERYTHING!


If you tell yourself you will always “struggle” with weight loss, you will. You’re right.

If you believe you are “too busy” to exercise and things aren’t going to change. You won’t make the time – you WILL be too busy.

“Whether you think you can, or think you can’t, you’re probably right.” Zig Ziglar

How can we make that adjustment – what we call “the mindset shift?” We need this to be successful on all levels: personal, financial, physical, mental, etc.

At Fitness Concepts, we refrain from using words such as “I hope,” “I can’t,” “I wish I could.” There is nothing positive about these statements.

Think about your own life. A UCLA (Boo I am a Penn State and USC fan) study showed that kids heard the word “no” over FOUR HUNDRED times each day.

Think that influences their thoughts? Of course.

For instance, when things go wrong, instead of criticizing yourself, work on focusing on the positive, your strengths, and talents.

Try reframing your thoughts:

Instead of: “I can’t be successful at weight loss, I have tried so many times in the past-I just wish I looked like my friends.”

Try: “I am in complete control of my body and fueling it with the most nutritious foods that will allow me to feel even better and lose fat.”

Imagine thinking THAT each morning vs. the first statement!

We simply need a mindset shift.

Our minds play funny games and it’s often because of the continual negative messages we hear and the blame we put on others. But in reality, no one can “fix” you, but you.

But just like you are in control of the foods you put into your body, to fuel your muscles, cells, etc, think of the messages you read and hear as fuel for your brain.

Your brain needs the right fuel too.

Feed it junk, and you’ll have junky thoughts. Die fat or get tough by Steve Siebold is the best books out there for helping with that mindset shift.

Leave me a comment and let me know what do you feed your brain. I am always looking for ways to learn from others. Also if you like this post share it with your Facebook friends simply by clicking on the Facebook emblem below.

 

 


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