Staying in shape is something that we’re all working on, and sometimes, you just need a jump start. Vicki Sorensen, co-founder of the National Institute of Health & Fitness in Midway came to GTU to talk about a relatively new program being offered less than an hour away.
It’s the National Institute of Health and Fitness, or NIHF, located in Midway at the Zermatt and Homestead Resorts. Vicki and her husband, Dr. Marc Sorensen, have devoted the past 30 years to helping people achieve their weight loss goals in a supportive, nurturing environment.
NIHF is a nurturing and supportive program that focuses on three key areas: exercise, nutrition and education.
Upon arrival, each guest will have a fitness evaluation, including blood pressure, body composition and measurements, pH balance, and weigh-in. Results from a cardiovascular workup will indicate the appropriate fitness group and program.
HIHF's exercise program encompasses hiking, walking and group classes such as yoga, Zumba, Pilates, body contouring and aqua exercise. Guests are often inspired to partake in other activities too, like tennis, swimming, weight training, cardio, golf and even scuba diving. This winter, they'll be snowshoeing and taking amazing hikes in the afternoons.
There are also regularly scheduled classes on weight control, nutrition, cancer, diabetes, heart health and fitness are an integral part of NIHF. Guests will receive expert instruction from Dr. Sorenson and others on techniques to maintain slim, healthier bodies.
They see incredible results in their program. Most participants lose four to nine pounds per week and see so many health benefits such as reduced blood pressure and the ability to stop taking diabetes medications.
HIHF serves three delicious meals per day and extra food when necessary. The meals are dense in nutrition but not in calories, aid in fat loss and assure maximum health benefits. The program's cuisine suits both vegans and non-vegans and our healthy cooking classes inspire our guests to continue this new lifestyle at home.
Every day participants have classes about everything from weight control and nutrition to diabetes and cancer.
At the National Institute of Health and Fitness, they want their participants to come and learn the skills to help you continue when you go home. They make fitness fun and offer easy tips to help keep the weight off.
They're one of the best-priced programs available with introductory pricing starting at just $999 per week. That includes lodging, all classes, all meals and every amenity the resorts offer. It’s really a great deal and a wonderful way to lose those extra few pounds.
Just visit: http://www.NIHF.com
. There is a very comprehensive site full of sample fitness schedules, classes and menus. Also, there is a great assortment of testimonials from past guests, who tell of their success with the program. Folks can also call 888-798-6443 for more information.