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Expert Assistance on Blasting the Fat with Cranmore Mountain Resort

By Elisha Neubauer

Cranmore Mountain Resort has a number of ways to help you lose weight- and they want you to know they're there for you, from beginning to end.

Each and every instructor at Cranmore is certified, many on multiple levels. In fact, the majority of the staff at the fitness center has been training professionally for over 15 years. The facility itself is also especially equipped to meet any fitness needs, with a wide range of classes and training opportunities.

For those looking for a more personalized approach to fitness, Cranmore offers private one-on-one sessions or semi-private sessions for two people. Small group training sessions are available for groups up to four people.

One program specific to Cranmore is the 10 Day Fat Blast Challenge. This program includes 10 days of exercise with a combined diet plan, food journal, and constant email access to the instructor beyond class time. Results vary by individual, but the average results are quite impressive, with the last program accomplishing inch losses of 12", 10.5", and 10" for the top 3 participants.

Unlike some gyms which require extra fees for classes, many classes are included in your membership fee for Cranmore. These include such options as the Les Mils BodyCombat, Body Pump, and our new addition BodyVive, and Yoga 7 days a week. Other classes include spinning and TRX Suspension Training, with more being added constantly.

In addition to fitness classes, Cranmore Mountain Resort also has two indoor plexi-cushion hard tennis courts. They offer private and semi private lessons as well as kids tennis programs which are designed to help children of all ages build up their tennis skills and form.

While their training programs and suggestions are tailored to each individual, there are a few universal tips they are happy to provide to everyone.

"Drink water morning noon and night," says Kristen Barbin, Cranmore Fitness Manager. "You can't lose body fat without it." She goes on, explaining that you should eat breakfast every single day as it is important for metabolism and brain function. Starting slow and making exercise a habit is another recommendation of Barbin's. "If you start with exercising 2 days a week for 15 minutes, that's awesome," she states. "Pat yourself on the back."

But perhaps, most importantly, Barbin says you should leave your ego at the door. It's important not to compare yourself to others or even who you were several years ago. "90% of the people in the gym, including the staff, have been right where you are right now at one point in their lives," she details.

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