My app is about weight training. It’s weight training to shape your body.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 30, 2014
“LiveLifeLean”, a Fitness App created by Pauline Nordin, was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly AppWatch, which features the latest and hottest mobile applications available on iOS and Android devices. Andrew Tropeano, a mobile application expert, conducted the app review and interview.
According to the CDC, over one third of the US population is obese. Obesity can lead to numerous health conditions including heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, which are some of the leading causes of death in the United States. While there are quick fixes to reducing weight, the tried and true method for weight reduction and lasting health lies in fitness and diet.
Pauline Nordin, a health expert who was a personal trainer on the Biggest Loser in Europe and is the author of The Butt Bible on NBC has recently created a fitness application featuring a complete fitness program called Live Life Lean.
“Most apps on the market right now are cardio based. They track how long you run, how fast you go. But my app is about weight training. It’s weight training to shape your body,” said Pauline Nordin. “Weight training has benefits because it helps your body to burn fat. You don’t even have to work out, and still your body is going to burn more fat than if you just do cardio.”
“The app doesn’t just have workouts, it has diet menus. You can pick and choose from your meals a breakfast, lunch, and dinner.”
The app is available for iOS devices for free. If you want to learn more about Pauline or Live Life Lean, head on over to her website, LiveLifeLean.com or check out her app on your appstore by searching “Live Life Lean”.
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