Live-in Fitness Las Vegas Residential Boot Camp 500Lb Man 6-Week Highlights
Even 500Lb morbidly obese men can workout.
Any way that they will!
At Las Vegas Live-in Fitness residential weight loss bootcamp, Debra Stefan, is your in-house trainer. She finds your motivational drivers to create workout adventures. The biggest compliment her clients can give is when they say, “Wow, that was FUN and I got a great workout.”
First, you find the right activities and a reasonable conditioning level to begin progress. Then each workout session becomes a personal best. This promotes a positive experience that begins a craving for more of the same. It’s fun and it’s good for you. So why wouldn’t you want to continue this as a lifestyle?
Morbid Obesity Weight Loss Camp
Exercise activity selection for a morbidly obese 500Lb man begins with a reasonable assessment of what he is capable. Then a motivating and challenging progression is created with exercise variations and suitable modifications.
For example, he enjoys boxing conditioning drills but cannot stand up for an entire workout. Lying on a wrestling mat serves as a great alternative posture for kicking and punching drills. Lying on stomach, back, or sides enables both arm and leg movements. Body bridges with arms down alongside the body allow back support and leverage for lifting body weight. Pelvic and abdominal core muscles are exercised without strain on joints.
Seen in the photo here are TWO fifty foot ropes both an inch and a half in diameter tethered on a ground anchor for a total body effort. This is an all-out explosive effort for a short metabolic burst in a fat-burning interval circuit. Also, as seen in the video below… plank pulls with the same two ropes in ONE hand! The core strength has definitely kicked in with week six.
See the 6-week live-in fitness camp highlights of a man who weighed 495Lbs when he first called Las Vegas Live-in Fitness. He was a different person than he is now. Just see for yourself!
Weight Loss Camp Live-in Fitness, Las Vegas Morbid Obesity Weightloss
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Fat-burning workouts at our Las Vegas live-in weight loss camp plus 6 small meals daily keep him going strong and getting lean. See his YouTube channel and you can appreciate how far he has come since starting. He was unable to walk a few steps or stand more than a minute due to pain and pressure.
He needed privacy and expert attention to guide his every move from the start. The risk involved in new activity without weighing risk versus benefit could have resulted in a devastating setback. Each workout and every activity sequence was carefully considered in order to promote progress and reduce if not eliminate risk. A morbidly obese person is at risk due to the internal and structural pressure caused by the excessive body weight. The key is to select activities that can increase metabolism for weight loss, increase functional movement and lessen the impact of joint pressure. Weight loss camp professionals will monitor your cross training to this effect.
A heart rate monitor is advised for all activities. Just about any type of new movement activity has the capability of escalating the heart rate of a morbidly obese person. Also a muscle, the heart needs time to strengthen without strain. Signs of overtraining must be watched. Inability to sleep and headaches are usually a strong indication of overtraining the heart. Weight loss camp will usually provide a heart rate monitor.
Mens Weight Loss Camp, Las Vegas Live-in Fitness
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A 3-Month Visa to the USA for Las Vegas Live-in Fitness Mens Weight Loss Camp and A New Lifestyle
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Buying two airline seats was getting old, so was needing seatbelt extensions.
He knew he needed a special environment for an extended stay to change his life and regain fitness. His searches couldn’t find him the right place for the right length of time with the right people, until he found the Mens Weight Loss Camp at Las Vegas Live-in Fitness.
Several years of working in IT was just too much sitting followed by too much overindulging.
It took a toll on fitness and his weight crept up continually.
He had tried many calorie deprivation programs and lost precious muscle. Each time the weight came right back on again with more than before.
Then, he finally got it.
Muscle must be spared while losing weight in order to maintain weight loss.
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Here is his story:
At Las Vegas Live-in Fitness Mens Weight Loss Camp … “My fitness and weightloss has far exceeded my expectations.”
My main consideration was being able to lose weight without sacrificing muscle. I have managed to put a lot of muscle size and strength while maintaining steady weight loss each week.
The activities are varied and cater to your own personal needs and interests.
I still have quite a bit of weight still to lose but my fitness is at such a high level that there aren’t any activities I can’t get involved in going forward. It has given me an exceptional kick start and all the tools I need to complete my weightloss goals.”
New Zealand, Age 34
Corey Dillaha, 429 lbs 6’1” age 44
Truck Driver, Husband, Father of three teenagers
Fitness Level – Barely able to stand or walk with unstable legs and limited mobility.
Strong desire to work hard to meet his goal of weighing less than 300 lbs.
Researched Gastric Bypass vs Weight Loss Camp
Committed to 16 weeks of diet and exercise at Live-in Fitness Residential Weight Loss.
Corey Dillaha is living under 24/7-weight watch.
At 429 lbs., 6’1” age 44, he is the most critically obese client that I have ever had the challenge and privilege of helping. His weight loss experience and the role that I play in helping him to overcome his challenges on a daily basis will be the featured focus of this blog content for the next 16 weeks. This is a pivotal point in the life of a 44-year-old man; a turning point for him after a major call to action when gastric bypass was said to be the only answer.
A devoted husband, father of three teenagers, and dedicated member of his church and community—Corey Dillaha has put his service to others before his own health.
As a truck driver in his family-owned business, he spends long hours daily in a sedentary position. What’s more, he suffered a serious motorcycle accident, which set him back even further in his physical abilities. In September 2009, Corey was hospitalized for 6 weeks and gained more weight as a result of limited mobility. The additional weight further limited his mobility.
Always a larger heavyweight guy, Corey Dillaha wrestled competitively in college at 270 pounds.
To weigh 300 pounds did not scare Corey. To him, that was just his off-season weight. Years of driving trucks and poor eating habits caused weight gain, but after his accident Corey lost control. He felt powerless over his weight.
Corey had attended the classes for gastric bypass surgery.
He heard the doctor tell the group of 50 people that one among them would die on the operating table with the odds of 1/50. Researcher David R. Flum, MD, MPH, assistant professor of surgery at the University of Washington says, “In fact, in the real world …the risk of dying within 30 days of gastric bypass surgery is about one in 50.”
With those odds, Corey knew that this was not the route for him. Furthermore, he knew that he needed to empower himself to conquer this challenge himself and do it the right way. It finally got to be time for Corey to call on his faith to overcome the issue of morbid obesity that had taken hold of his life. It not only had a hold on him, but it had become a life threat and a ticking time bomb. Another man tipping the scales over 400 lbs. is Eric Chopin who cancelled his surgery to join the Biggest Loser camp and won the weight loss championship.
Corey opted to go to an adult fat camp in lieu of gastric bypass surgery.
A devoutly religious man, he clearly believes in Philippians 4:13 “ I can do all things in Him who strengthens me.” His prayer group friends and family all supported his decision to “go natural” and seek out a Biggest Loser camp vs gastric bypass surgery. Anticipation and apprehension couldn’t be helped in his situation. Commercial travel is not something a large person looks forward to,. much less, kissing wife and family goodbye for four long months.
Corey quickly discovered that such weight loss camps were very costly for the amount of time his goal would require.
Dillaha family finances were juggled and the sacrifice would be made, but the next decision was where he would spend four months for his weight loss camp. He compared the highly advertised weight loss camps. The expense and isolation in a luxury condo on the beach or an off campus apartment at a fat camp facility seemed unreal. So he searched the Internet a little deeper and found Live-in Fitness Las Vegas residential retreat. We only take a few clients at a time so that we can accommodate them here in the house. That way there is no additional overhead for condo or apartment. The experience is more in line with a personal lifestyle.
Travel is not easy for a 6’1 430 pound person. The airline staff and other passengers frown on those who take up more than their fair share of precious space among the human cargo. He had to book a first class seat for the extra legroom in lieu of buying two coach seats for the width. Barely able to walk from the plane through the airport terminal, he hobbled side to side as he trudged toward me in a sweat. My heart went out to him at that instant and I just knew that this would be the biggest honor of my 38-year fitness career—to play a role in such a dramatic life-changing transformation. This man’s success will touch many lives be an inspiration to countless others.
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Are weight loss camps in your future?
You need to do your homework on weight loss camps before making a financial commitment.
In the business of fitness and weight loss camps, professional services are prepaid in advance. That is because your financial commitment is generally the strongest method of getting you to follow through with your own self-promises. If you are going to make the most cost-effective decision in choosing among residential fitness and weight loss camps, there is much to consider.
So you are searching the Internet looking for live-in fitness and weight loss boot camps.
Google has brought you an array of results for live-in weight loss camps, adult fat farms, biggest loser resorts, fitness retreats and adult fat camps. No matter what name they go by just keep the following in mind:
When it comes to weight loss, make sure that it is fat you will be losing. Remember: FATLOSS.
What I mean by that is that you can crash large amounts of weight off without losing fat. This will result in a lot of loose skin and lack of muscle tone. What you are doing is losing precious muscle by going into calorie deprivation. If that is the case, you will be in for more yo-yo dieting. Your metabolism will slow due to the reduced muscle and you will gain fat again. Ask the right questions to make sure you don’t sign up for the wrong method.
The first step is when you have already determined that you are ready to sign with one of the weight loss camps and to set aside the time.
There you will find an environment free from your negative behavior patterns and eating habits, which sabotage your efforts. Once and for all you have come to terms with the problems stopping you.
Now the next step is to decide which one of the many weight loss camps works for you.
If you are going to make the best decision in choosing a cost-effective program to get in shape and lose weight then you need to do your fat camp homework. Compare weight loss camps among the top on west coast and east coast. Will it be Las Vegas to live 24/7 in a private residential weight loss retreat? What about California for a live in fitness camp? Maybe it will be Utah to a weight loss resort, or Florida for a fitness vacation.
Which of the weight loss camps will teach you what to do once you are on your own back home?
Most all the Adult Fat Farms and weight loss camps have nutritionists and chefs to plan and prepare your meals for you. What happens when you get back home and haven’t practiced any of the recipes or food combining? Will you really understand correct portions of carbohydrates and proteins? You need hands-on practice to form new habits and duplicate the wellness lifestyle on your own at home.
When you find which of the weight loss camps actually teach you how to read labels, shop for the right foods, and learn to prepare them or even order the best menu choices then you have a wellness lifestyle. This knowledge will serve you the rest of your life. That makes it a good investment for your commitment and money. Otherwise, don’t get rid of your fat clothes yet.