Bill and Eileen Mueller

March 21, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

1st Month Couple Video Testimonial

Bill and Eileen are making their 2nd visit back to RobZFitness.  After as extremely successful stint a while ago Bill and Eileen reached percentages rarely attained.  They both reached over 95+% in the body composition makeup.  That put them in the top 5% for there age group.  Now after months have passed and skipping a few workouts on their own, they decided to come back to RobZFitness and regain back and improve on what they accomplished the first time.  After one month back, they are well on their way.

Triggers for Canker Sores

March 21, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

                                                                                        Health Tip: Triggers for Canker Sores

(HealthDay News) — Canker sores are the painful white patches that appear on the insides of the cheeks, lips, gums or tongue.
The U.S. National Library of Medicine says these factors may increase your risk of getting canker sores:

  • A family history of canker sores.
  • A weakened immune system.
  • A bite on the inside of the cheek or the tongue.
  • Having dental work.
  • Stress or changes in hormone levels.
  • Deficiencies in vitamins or minerals such as iron, folic acid, or B-12.
  • Food allergies.
  • Having a viral infection.











Being obese may cut life span by about 10 years, similar to smoking: study

March 19, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Wednesday, March 18th 2009

LONDON — Being obese can take years off your life and in some cases may be as dangerous as smoking, a new study says. British researchers at the University of Oxford analyzed 57 studies mostly in Europe and North America, following nearly one million people for an average of 10 to 15 years. During that time, about 100,000 of those people died.

The studies used Body Mass Index (BMI), a measurement that divides a person’s weight in kilograms by their height squared in meters to determine obesity. Researchers found that death rates were lowest in people who had a BMI of 23 to 24, on the high side of the normal range.

Health officials generally define overweight people as those with a BMI from 25 to 29, and obese people as those with a BMI above 30.

The study was published online Wednesday in the medical journal, Lancet. It was paid for by Britain’s Medical Research Council, the British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK and others.

“If you are heading towards obesity, it may be a good idea to lose weight,” said Sir Richard Peto, the study’s main statistician and a professor at Oxford University.

Peto and colleagues found that people who were moderately fat, with a BMI from 30 to 35, lost about three years of life. People who were morbidly fat — those with a BMI above 40 — lost about 10 years off their expected lifespan, similar to the effect of lifelong smoking.

Moderately obese people were 50 percent more likely to die prematurely than normal-weight people, said Gary Whitlock, the Oxford University epidemiologist who led the study.

He said that obese people were also two thirds more likely to die of a heart attack or stroke, and up to four times more likely to die of diabetes, kidney or liver problems. They were one sixth more likely to die of cancer.

“This really emphasizes the importance of weight gain,” said Dr. Arne Astrup, a professor of nutrition at the University of Copenhagen who was not linked to the Lancet study. “Even a small increase in your BMI is enough to increase your risks for cardiovascular disease and cancer.”

Previous studies have found that death rates increase both above and below a normal BMI score, and that people who are moderately overweight live longer than underweight or normal-weight people.

Other experts said that because the papers used in the study mostly started between 1975 and 1985, their conclusions were not as relevant today.

Astrup worried that rising obesity rates may reverse the steep drops in heart disease seen in the West.

“Obesity is the new dark horse for public health officials,” he said. “People need to be aware of the risks they’re taking when they gain weight.”


March 11, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Harley Gilmore’s video testimonial.  Here is a guy who struggled with his own weight for years and wasn’t looking forward to starting a workout routine with us when he started.  His daughter in law, Marie Gilmore (who has lost 115 lbs with RobZFitness) recommended him to give it a try.  The results speak for themselves today.  Harley is now down 40 lbs and is looking to drop another 18 more pounds.  He is down to his last belt loop and his attitude about everything is a breath of fresh air.  His trainer continues to challenge him and Harley now looks forward to every workout.

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Sam Lost 20lbs and 6% Body Fat

March 4, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Click to here Sam’s Story

We enjoy nothing more than helping people achieve goals that we set out for them.  Hard work, discipline and a genuine care for every client makes us who we are.   Here is another example of a current client that is seeing great success.  Sam  has been with us for 2 months and is feeling like he hasn’t felt in YEARS!  Besides losing 20 lbs and 6% body fat Sam is experiencing his arthritis diminished greatly.  Sam’s wife Adrienne (who is one of our past testimonials clients on the front page) has dropped from a dress size 14 to an 8.  Together they have both transformed themselves and feel so much better.  

What are you doing to improve yourself? 

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