GET FIT WITH OC HARD BODY

Health and Wellness Programming for 

Weight loss, Strength, and Longevity.

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Everything is so easy and so doable.  I cannot believe how complicated the health and fitness world has become but OC Hard Body is different.

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   Your Health Benefit

Young Man doing Physical Exercise
  • Improved Sleep:  Regular exercise improves sleep by reducing sleep onset - the time it takes to fall asleep; less need for spending money on sleep medications. “Side note: 60% of obese people have obstructive sleep apnea”

  • Increased bone density: While walking may help retain bone mass; it is well proven that weight bearing activities and programmed exercise will provide enough stimulus for the skeletal system to fight osteoporosis and fragility fractures.

  • Reduce fat and gain muscle: Sedentary lifestyles and lack of exercise is the core to weight gain and muscle atrophy.  As you weight lift and improve cardiovascular health, muscle will grow and fat will burn at the same time via adaptations to heavier and harder loads and demands on the body.

  • Improved cognitive function: Walking, running, hiking, cycling, and swimming increases grey matter in the brain; this increase improves motor control, memorization, and emotions while preventing neurodegeneration and alzheimers. 

  • Look the way you want to look:  Whether it’s a body with more muscle and strength, a body that is slender and lean, or a mixture of both, we all want to look more fit and athletic.  It’s time to make that change and make it last. 

Elderly Woman at Gym
  • Improved Sleep:  Regular exercise improves sleep by reducing sleep onset - the time it takes to fall asleep; less need for spending money on sleep medications. “Side note: 60% of obese people have obstructive sleep apnea”

  • Increased bone density: While walking may help retain bone mass; it is well proven that weight bearing activities and programmed exercise will provide enough stimulus for the skeletal system to fight osteoporosis and fragility fractures.

  • Reduce fat and gain muscle: Sedentary lifestyles and lack of exercise is the core to weight gain and muscle atrophy.  As you weight lift and improve cardiovascular health, muscle will grow and fat will burn at the same time via adaptations to heavier and harder loads and demands on the body.

  • Improved cognitive function: Walking, running, hiking, cycling, and swimming increases grey matter in the brain; this increase improves motor control, memorization, and emotions while preventing neurodegeneration and alzheimers. 

  • Look the way you want to look:  Whether it’s a body with more muscle and strength, a body that is slender and lean, or a mixture of both, we all want to look more fit and athletic.  It’s time to make that change and make it last. 

  • Improved Sleep:  Regular exercise improves sleep by reducing sleep onset - the time it takes to fall asleep; less need for spending money on sleep medications. “Side note: 60% of obese people have obstructive sleep apnea”

  • Increased bone density: While walking may help retain bone mass; it is well proven that weight bearing activities and programmed exercise will provide enough stimulus for the skeletal system to fight osteoporosis and fragility fractures.

  • Reduce fat and gain muscle: Sedentary lifestyles and lack of exercise is the core to weight gain and muscle atrophy.  As you weight lift and improve cardiovascular health, muscle will grow and fat will burn at the same time via adaptations to heavier and harder loads and demands on the body.

  • Improved cognitive function: Walking, running, hiking, cycling, and swimming increases grey matter in the brain; this increase improves motor control, memorization, and emotions while preventing neurodegeneration and alzheimers. 

  • Look the way you want to look:  Whether it’s a body with more muscle and strength, a body that is slender and lean, or a mixture of both, we all want to look more fit and athletic.  It’s time to make that change and make it last. 

Yoga by the Ocean
  • Improved Sleep:  Regular exercise improves sleep by reducing sleep onset - the time it takes to fall asleep; less need for spending money on sleep medications. “Side note: 60% of obese people have obstructive sleep apnea”

  • Increased bone density: While walking may help retain bone mass; it is well proven that weight bearing activities and programmed exercise will provide enough stimulus for the skeletal system to fight osteoporosis and fragility fractures.

  • Reduce fat and gain muscle: Sedentary lifestyles and lack of exercise is the core to weight gain and muscle atrophy.  As you weight lift and improve cardiovascular health, muscle will grow and fat will burn at the same time via adaptations to heavier and harder loads and demands on the body.

  • Improved cognitive function: Walking, running, hiking, cycling, and swimming increases grey matter in the brain; this increase improves motor control, memorization, and emotions while preventing neurodegeneration and alzheimers. 

  • Look the way you want to look:  Whether it’s a body with more muscle and strength, a body that is slender and lean, or a mixture of both, we all want to look more fit and athletic.  It’s time to make that change and make it last. 

  • Reduce fat and gain muscle: Sedentary lifestyles and lack of exercise is the core to weight gain and muscle atrophy.  As you weight lift and improve cardiovascular health, muscle will grow and fat will burn at the same time via adaptations to heavier and harder loads and demands on the body.

  • Increased bone density: While walking may help retain bone mass; it is well proven that weight bearing activities and programmed exercise will provide enough stimulus for the skeletal system to fight osteoporosis and fragility fractures.

  • Better posture: Sedentary lifestyles have corrupted our postures and as our muscular system gets tighter and weaker, our kinetic chain loses its rigidity and begins to cave in on itself; this is why forward head posture, back pain, and tight hips are on the rise.  Programmed exercise, stretching, and proper biomechanics, monitored and tracked by your personal trainer, will get your posture back to what it was before sitting was the norm.

  • Improved cognitive function: Walking, running, hiking, cycling, and swimming increases grey matter in the brain; this increase improves motor control, memorization, and emotions while preventing neurodegeneration and alzheimers.

  • Improved sexual health: Improved sleep and regular exercise helps prevent erectile dysfunction in men and increases sexual arousal in women.  

  • Live longer!: Regular exercise reduces the risk for heart disease, diabetes, and metabolic syndrome as well as some cancers; all massive players involved with early death.

  • Look the way you want to look:  Whether it’s a body with more muscle and strength, a body that is slender and lean, or a mixture of both, we all want to look more fit and athletic.  It’s time to make that change and make it last.