Middletown, Connecticut (PRWEB) January 25, 2012
Middletown native Rob Nevins has one goal in mind, and that is to change as many lives as he can with his powerful and yet very real and honest message. Rob is now currently traveling the State and speaking to doctors, business owners, schools and anyone who will lend an ear to hear what he is truly passionate about, which is teaching people how their local supermarket provides all their answers to their weight-related issues.
Since his teens, Rob has been a competitive athlete and has saturated himself in the health and fitness industry whether as a top notch wrestler or as a personal trainer. Over the years, Rob has seen every fad diet, supplements, garbage and "lies" and has made it a point to separate himself for everything out there in the "diet" world. After all, as Rob says over and over to his 47,000 clients in CT alone, “This is a Live it, Not A Diet.”
Rob currently has offices in Fairfield, Wallingford, and opening soon a West Hartford location in February. These expansions have been the direct result of his many physician relationships wanting him to help their patients with such conditions like hypertension, heart disease, sleep apnea and diabetes. “The medical community knows who I am,” says Rob. “I've been helping many of these doctor's patients for years now.” Dr Stephen Fishman, OBGYN mentions, "Rob has a tremendous plan that is simple to follow, logically & medically sound without gimmicks, which has helped not only my many patients I have sent but myself as well."
“The Scale Lies, Trust Your Size is and what I care about. You don't wear the scale. If your goal is a size 8 or 32 inch waist who really cares what the scale says. Right? But the size goal will always be the bonus to following the program,” says Barb from Wallingford a client of Rob’s who went from a size 14 to a 2 and has kept it off for over 3 years now. "I just feel better and am now in control for the first time in a long time."
Pete from East Haven who lost over 150 pounds says, "At first I was nervous that I wouldn't get enough food" but laughs as he demonstrates how big his sandwiches are. "It's a lot more food than I ever expected. " These stories ring true and consistent for the wide demographics of clients Rob sees. "I have clients that are 12 and clients that are 90" says Rob. “We all work the same, physiology is physiology. It doesn't change from town to town, state to state. We all work the same.”
The Living Lean program is customized to each individual. "There is no One Size fits all Diet," says Nevins. His program is geared to lose fat and not random weight. "When someone loses weight its either water, muscle or fat. Unfortunately when people diet, this forces their body to lose muscle which slows down the metabolism and with the same amount of fat on their body. This is not good," says Rob. "Yes you're lighter but quite honestly worse off lighter because you don’t burn as many calories. That's 'dieting.'"
Rob has developed a 3 day cycle where he forces the body to burn fat for 2 days and then before the body adjusts, he trick and resets the body by increasing the volume of foods. "This is the day where you can treat yourself. Rob purposely does not use the word cheat. Food is supposed to be fun. I love pizza, ice cream, nachos. I'm not giving them up.” And his clients do not have to. "Rob teaches you how you can have those yummy treats and still lose weight," said Linda from Middlefield, who has lost over 40 pounds so far. She says that, "I love the load up days - I get to still eat my pasta."
Clients pick the foods that will end up on their program. “I do not pick any of the foods,” says Nevins. This is why the program is so successful because the client only eats foods they like and their family likes. Rob's efforts have not only gained attention in the Nutmeg State but he has been nicknamed "America's Fat Loss Guru" by a national news network. His travels take him to the West Coast quite often where he has been working on a national launch with one the largest direct marketing companies in the world who have contributed to making personalities like Anthony Robbins, Richard Simmons, and others household names. “As stoked as I am for the national exposure and attention, right now I'm focused on making Connecticut the leanest state in America. Right now we are ranked #3."
That's not good enough for this energetic entrepreneur. Rob’s goal is to make Connecticut the leader in the country. One client at a time. One day at a time. One pound at a time.
Come see Rob in person February 1 at 6:00 at the Woodrow Wilson School in Middletown and Monday, February 6 at 6:00 pm at the Serenity Salon and Day Spa, 118 Center Street Wallingford, CT. To reserve your seat call: 203-265-4419
For more information visit http://www.robnevinslivinglean.com or his Facebook fan page: Rob Nevins Living Lean.
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