New Hyde Park, NY (PRWEB) February 9, 2008
For a limited time, ShahTraining.com is offering a free fitness training analysis to help people who may have limited time and space, and are unable to hire a full-time personal trainer to help them with their fitness goals. And since this is only a one-time program construction, ShahTraining.com is willing to do it for free.
Sometimes life catches up to you. Career, school or family responsibilities may prevent a person from going to the gym. In effect, your diet and training may lose focus. ShahTraining.com is a website developed and maintained by Parth Shah, a second semester senior at Hofstra University, majoring in International Business. Just like most college students, Parth had gained the so-called freshmen fifteen. But last summer, he was determined to lose all the weight that he had gained. In doing so, Parth has found ways of developing intense and quick workouts with limited equipment and space.
Parth uses a method known as High Intensity Metabolic Resistance Training to develop workouts that last then half an hour and tax and train muscles in such a way that you are receiving both cardiovascular and strength benefits. By keeping the heart rate up and performing compound exercises, you work multiple muscle groups and the cardiovascular system. This type of training is at a high intensity level and not for the faint of heart. But the routine increases the performer's metabolic rate to such a degree that he or she feels hungry all day long. Parth has been able to eat almost anything he wants and still be able to burn everything off. In fact, he feels as though may not be eating enough.
This style of training is not a fitness fad, nor is it some sort of marketing gimmick. Shah Training began as a motivational experiment and is now a source of fitness ideas and knowledge that seek to challenge mainstream thought. Shahtraining.com preaches and prescribes tools and methods, which seek to help people develop a fitness lifestyle, as opposed to going to the gym as a daily chore.
Please visit ShahTraining.com for more details on this free training service. (NOTE: This free offer is only open to the first 20 customers.)
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