New Exercise Program TrainChange Set to Offer Key to Fitness Success: Consistency, and $5,000 Prize

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Learn About the New Fitness Company TrainChange, the Founder Al Smith’s Story, and Why It Could Change Your Active Life.

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I want to teach people that the benefits from getting in shape and leading a healthier life shouldn’t be based on the physical results but rather the interpersonal changes that occur.

Many fitness programs are results-oriented and focus on physical transformation to the detriment of most important key to fitness success: consistency. After 30 years in the fitness industry, personal trainer Al Smith knows that weight loss is rarely permanent when the challenge is over, focus is lost, and determination is gone. That’s why he has founded TrainChange, a fitness company that focuses on motivation, nutrition, and exercise, and emphasizes the need for lifelong consistency. Smith’s new ALLN-1 exercise bench and virtual training studio help TrainChange clients improve and maintain their health for life. They are also offering a contest entitle "Fitness Consistency Challenge" in which people can participate from home and earn a chance to win $5,000.

As a personal trainer, Smith knows there are many reasons a person wants to get in shape. “I participated in the original Body for Life back in 1997, and, although I didn't win, it was a great experience that kick-started my own personal commitment to long-term fitness,” said TrainChange founder Al Smith, Jr. Unfortunately, for most people their life gets busy and they fall back into their old eating and exercise habits. That’s where the ALLN-1 exercise bench and virtual training studio can help.

Results-oriented types of transformation challenges haven’t been able to address the need for consistency, and they may make it worse by encouraging people to rely on an external locus of control. “I want to teach people that the benefits from getting in shape and leading a healthier life shouldn’t be based on the physical results but rather the interpersonal changes that occur,” said Smith. “It’s a new level of control that you not only have over your body, but your life in general.” But, before people can achieve this control, they must implement progressive, positive change in their lives.

The ALLN-1 fitness bench and virtual training studio not only provides the opportunity for consistency, but it’s also convenient. “Not everyone is comfortable enough in their own body or have the confidence they need to even get up and go to a gym,” said Smith. The problem is there has never been a viable, at-home fitness solution that’s affordable. The ALLN-1 program not only provides more than 100 progressive resistance exercises and cardiovascular training but also gives personal training and motivational guidance to see people through the initial stages.

“We hope our virtual personal training program along with the ALLN-1 fitness consistency challenge will help people see that they can make the changes they want in their life, right from the comfort of their own home,” said Smith. “The change they want to make doesn’t have to be time boxed into 12 weeks; rather, it should happen through consistent changes—everyday.” To kickstart an ALLN-1 lifelong fitness program, TrainChange is offering a $5,000 Fitness Consistency Challenge. To participate, clients must sign up by January 1, 2017.

About TrainChange Fitness

Founded in 1997 by 30-year fitness industry veteran, Al Smith, Jr., TrainChange Fitness is the first and only fitness company to incorporate three core components – motivation, nutrition, and exercise – to produce a total fitness program under one suite of products. Its online, instructor-led workshops and self-paced courses provide motivation and nutrition planning while the new ALLN-1 exercise bench provides the opportunity to exercise at home with real-time, online personal training. For more information about TrainChange Fitness and to follow the ALLN-1 Kickstarter campaign, visit For more information about the $5,000 Fitness Consistency Challenge, visit


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