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FITZIP is a an amalgamation of all the fitness activities. Whether you want to go to gym, play any sports or even get trained at home, FITZIP is the place to find all these fitness options. This is the zipped option for all fitness related solution for all age groups.
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At FITZIP you have a variety of options available. To name few we have Gyms, Zumba ,Badminton courts, Football turfs,Basket ball,Yoga Training Centers and many more. We also have Trainers listed who can arrange sessions at your home/Society or Office place.
You can cancel the booking based on FITZIP cancellation rules.
FITZIP has opened up the opportunity for customers to be healthy at home via virtual classes @https://thefitzip.com/fitzip-live FITZIP want you to be able to strong and healthy in whatever you choose to do...whether that be keeping up with your kids, running 5k's or marathons, or playing in your rec league. In order to thrive at any one of those, you need to build lean muscle mass. To be clear- we're not making bodybuilders here- just strong, healthy bodies! Each class includes 3 different strength movements you will circuit through for a total-body workout. Typically you will see a major muscle group movement, a smaller muscle group, and a core strengthening movement. One of the many benefits of strength training is the more lean muscle mass you build, the higher your metabolic rate becomes. This means you actually burn more calories throughout the day! Strength that helps you look and feel good. Read more about our program : https://thefitzip.com/fitzip-live
Your body needs fuel to get the most out of your workouts! Some people handle food before a workout well, and others do not. You will have to find out what works for you and how your body reacts. If you train early in the morning, it would be wise to have a meal replacement shake or another form of fast-digesting protein 30 minutes prior to your workout. We suggest What should I eat before a workout? Your body needs fuel to get the most out of your workouts! Some people handle food before a workout well, and others do not. You will have to find out what works for you and how your body reacts. If you train early in the morning, it would be wise to have a meal replacement shake or another form of fast-digesting protein 30 minutes prior to your workout. We suggest AdvoCare meal replacements as they have an optimal amount of protein and carbs to fuel your workout. If you can’t stomach food early in the morning before your workout, you might be able to tolerate 5g of BCAAs prior to your workout to help maintain your lean muscle mass and recover from your workouts. A great option for this is catalyst. We want to make sure that you hold onto muscle mass to give you that toned athletic look. (Don’t worry about remembering all of this. We cover this at our first meeting!) If you train mid-morning or later in the day, you can have 20–30g of protein before your workout. Your other meals should allow you to be well fed and prepared to handle the training session. Nutrition is KEY in your workouts and to see reach your fitness goals. Your other meals should allow you to be well fed and prepared to handle the training session. Nutrition is KEY in your workouts and to see reach your fitness goals.
Post workout nutrition is critical to your success. This is the time that your body is starving for vital nutrients to help it recover and prepare for your next training session. If you are looking for something in a hurry, Post Workout Recovery is a perfect combination of protein to carbs(no worries we will add this to our list of recommendations as well). Ideally, you want to take in 20–30 g of protein and depending on your goals a modest amount of carbs. If your goal is fat loss, you would shoot for 25–30 g of carbs after your workout. If your goal is to gain strength or add muscle, shoot for 30–60 g of carbs after your workout. This is very individual, but you will learn over time what your body needs. If you have specific questions, ask a coach. Keeping fats to a minimum and avoiding fruits as your carb source during this period (within 60 minutes after your workout) is important. Fruits don’t provide your body with the right type of carbohydrate to repair your muscles, and fats slow down the digestion process. Both of these things can keep you from accelerating your gains and recovering fully before the next session. Great carb sources are sweet potatoes, plantains, white rice, or butternut squash.
For functional training, it would be better to do a single workout and give you body the rest it needs to repair. For weight training, two sessions might be better providing different muscle groups are worked during each session. In either case, the question is whether too many workout sessions are being scheduled. The body doesn't build until after the exercise is over, during the rest periods. No rest periods, no rebuilding.
Post making a FITZIP [LIVE] booking, the FITZIP team shall reach you out to identify the suitable time for the training sessions. There are multiple session available in our FITZIP [LIVE]. 1. Functional Training 2. Core Training 3. Yoga 4. Zumba 5. Dance 6. Meditation 7. Mind Refreshing 8. Aerobics @Bookings available at - https://thefitzip.com/fitzip-fitness-consultant/details