Build Muscle Mass

Parent Category: Operation Overhaul 2.0
  1. Skeletal muscle is metabolically active. Build it and it will burn more calories throughout the day.
  2. Building and strengthening skeletal muscle fortifies the bones, ligaments, and tendons. This will minimize the risk of injury that can occur at work, in sport competitions, getting out of your car, or playing with your kids.
More

Decrease Body Fat

Parent Category: Operation Overhaul 2.0
Targeting a specific area of the body — such as doing crunches — isn’t a realistic way to reduce body fat. The only way to reduce body fat in any part of the body is reduce it everywhere by losing weight and improving your overall fitness through changes in diet and an exercise regimen that includes regular cardiovascular workouts
More

Maintain Healthy Weight

Parent Category: Operation Overhaul 2.0
The key to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight isn't about short-term changes. It's about a lifestyle that includes healthy eating, regular physical activity, and balancing the number of calories you consume with the number of calories your body uses. 

If you have already achieved a healthy weight and would like support to maintain this – we are here for you! 

More

Decrease Waist Circumference

Parent Category: Operation Overhaul 2.0
Having too much body fat, particularly if it is distributed in the abdominal area, can upset how well the hormones and chemical messengers it naturally produces’ work. If most of your body fat is around your waist, rather than at your hips, you are at a higher risk of health problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, fatty liver, infertility, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer.
This risk goes up with a waist size that is greater than 35 inches for women or greater than 40 inches for men.
More

Weight Loss

Parent Category: Operation Overhaul 2.0
BMI is a person's weight in kilograms divided by the square of height in meters. A high BMI can be an indicator of high body fatness. BMI can be used as a screening tool but is not diagnostic of the body fatness or health of an individual. To determine if a high BMI is a health risk, a healthcare provider would need to perform further assessments. These assessments might include skinfold thickness measurements, evaluations of diet, physical activity, family history, and other appropriate health screenings.
More

Document Resources