FAQs

When can I start?

You can begin your Body Revolution Training on 1st & 3rd Monday of each month.  If you are new to exercise you will go through a 1-2 week introduction phase to help with adjustment and begin to teach your body proper movement and technique.

Your 1st Monday you will start your intake with our on staff RN Kathy.S (who is also a member). Kathy will go over your vitals, health history and some other info to help us better assist you in your journey through Your Body Revolution.

Will I get bulky?

NO! You may increase any under-developed muscle but you will get toned and lose body fat . It’s hard for men to get bulky doing 6-8 rep (fatigue) and 5 or more sets per muscle group. If we don’t train consistently, eat right and supplement it just won’t happen for us men! So, no worries there ladies.

What if it’s been a while and I’m just starting out?

That’s not a problem. We have expert trainers to assist, encourage you and teach proper technique while administering proper intensity for your fitness level.

Do you recommend personal training?

Definitely. One on one personal training is still the best option if you prefer a more private setting, Personal training can run you $45 to $60 per one hour sessions. Metabolic Circuit Training in a group setting equivalent to two mocha frappachino a day. So if your willing to give up your 2 frappuccinos a day you’ll be able to get strong, get fit, and on your way to a healthy body to keep you going through life. The benefits you’ll gain from “The Body Revolution: PRICELESS!!

How important is keeping the body hydrated during training?

Water is an important nutrient necessary to sustain life second to oxygen. It accounts for 60%-70% percent of the body’s weight. It is important to drink water before, during and after exercise. Every cell in your body relies on water to carry out its activities. If you don’t drink enough water it can result in fatigue and failure to regulate body temperature increasing the risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Here’s to H20!!

What do I need to bring?

All you need to brings is your determination and motivation to give your best each and every class… and maybe a sweat towel.
At the gym, we offer:

  • Sport drinks (Vary in price)
  • Bottled water .50
  • Protein Mix
  • Supplements

Why did I gain weight my first week or two of boot-camp?

The most likely cause of any weight gain in your first couple weeks of training is from water retention. If you are new to strength training or training at this high of an intensity level, your body will naturally hold on to more water than normal in order to help with repair of muscle tissue. Also, you may also see a slight increase in weight due to your diet not being adequate enough. If you are not properly fueling your body for the type of stress you are putting it under from your workouts, it will hold onto any calories you put into it in order to handle the stress from future workouts. Not to fear though, if you get your diet on track and stay consistent with your workouts, that increase in weight should come right off as soon as your body acclimates to the intensity of the workouts… and from then on you should see the pounds melt right off!

How do I reserve my place in the Body Revolution Program?

Contact us TODAY!  You can either give us a call, email us, or sign up under the “Payments” page to reserve your place in Albany NY Fitness.  Today’s the day to start a body revolution! Big-Al@albanynyfitness.com

 

2 Responses to FAQs

  1. Stephanie Deyette says:

    Hi,
    My husband I are were interested in trying your gym. A friend of ours goes there and she said that we can try the first week for free to see if we like it. Is this true? How would be go about doing that?
    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Stephanie

    • admin says:

      Hello Stephanie,
      Yes that is true
      Our 5pm class is full and 6am class as well. Currently.
      what time would you be interested in? You can see the times on the website.
      Looking forward to hearing from you.
      In good health,
      Alan

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