The most common New Year's resolutions involve health, fitness or lifestyle in some way, yet they are often the first to be broken.
The most common New Year's resolutions involve health, fitness or lifestyle in some way, yet they are often the first to be broken. If you have made a commitment to slimming downand staying trim for the long term, there is a new digital solution available that could make achieving your goal a great deal easier.
A weight-loss program for everyone
It doesn't matter how much weight you have to lose, getting exercise and eating healthily is not always easy. With so many distractions, stresses and commitments, although many of us have thebest of intentions, modern life often gets in the way of losing weight. The Kiqplan 'Slim + Trim' digital weight loss coaching system for women has been designed to provide motivation, advice and recognition in equal measures - and it could help you tostick to your resolutions.
Being just a few pounds overweight can increase your chances of developing a range of diseases andailments, including coronary heart disease, type-2 diabetes and stroke. Shedding pounds, getting regular exercise and eating a balanced diet candrastically reduce the risk of developing these problems in later life - but sticking to healthy living regimes is never easy. The 'Slim + Trim' programmonitors your activity levels, provides you with advice and gives you feedback when you need it most.
Designed by experts
This Kiqplan program has been designed by nutritionists and fitness experts and can help you change the way you look and feel in just 12 weeks. Whatever shape you're currently in, this intuitive digital fitnesssolution adapts to your personal circumstances. Pair it to your mobile device, Fitbug activity tracker or app, and enter a range of personal information about yourself. Based on this information, the program will tailor a health and fitness regime just for you.
Your steps and movements will bemonitored on a continual basis, so you can be sure that your progress willnever go unnoticed. This intuitive fitness app will send you workout videos ona weekly basis throughout the 12 weeks - and they will all be tailored to your current fitness levels and your weekly goals. When your activity goals havebeen met, you'll be rewarded with performance badges. However, fall short, and you'll be provided with feedback and advice on how to get back on track.
Make better lifestyle choices
As well as regular progressreports, your program will also monitor your net calorie consumption - and your weight-loss. It will then use that information to select tasty and nutritious recipes that are right for you - which will be sent directly to your mobile device. Based on how well you've progressed, there will be new targets for youto strive for every week.
If you were to hire a personal trainer and a nutritionist, the cost over the course of 12 weeks would be significant. However, for the equivalent cost of two bottles of wine, you could have the guidance, support and motivation of health and fitness experts in the palm of your hand. This ground-breaking digital app was developed by real lifestyle gurus, fitness experts and dieticians, so you'll always have accurate and relevant advice to draw upon. And if you ever want to speak to a real person, you have the chance to take part in regular webinars and Q&A sessions with a team of experts.
Losing weight, getting fit and toning up is goingto require willpower and determination on your part - but achieving your goals will be a little easier with this intuitive health and fitness program at your disposal.
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