Here’s a scenario: You are wanting to embark on a journey to improve your overall health whether it be weight loss, muscle gain, etc. You decide your first step is going to join the local gym and aim to exercise about 3 times per week. After a few weeks, you see great results and begin receiving compliments from your peers but you still feel it isn’t where you want to be. After a few more weeks you unfortunately decide to throw in the towel due to the frustration of hitting a plateau. If this scenario sounds all too familiar, you’re not the only one. This is a vast majority of the population. Too often do we tend to focus on only one of the aspects of improving your health (exercise) without paying attention to arguably the most important aspect, NUTRITION.

The old saying of “You can’t out exercise a bad diet” pretty much sums up the importance of having proper nutritional habits in order to achieve maximum results. That’s why here at Studio Element, we have created two new, results oriented nutritional programs to assist you in achieving your best self. We have taken our years of experience in coaching successful programming and have developed these programs to accommodate busy schedules and to achieve true results.

Fuel and Fuel+ aims to use the expertise of our Registered Dietitians to give you daily feedback on your nutritional habits which in our experiences leads to greater long lasting results. If you feel as though you are not achieving the results that you want, feel free to contact us for more information on the game changing Fuel and Fuel+!

Here is the breakdown for the two programs:

Fuel
One Visit Per Month (in person or Skype) with our registered Dietician
Customized, evolving nutrition and mindset game plan
Continual, updated needs analysis and modifications

Fuel Plus
One Visit Per Month (in person or Skype) with our registered Dietician
Customized, evolving nutrition and mindset game plan
Continual, updated needs analysis and modifications
Monthly webinar access
Unlimited email access with your dietician
My Dietician Mobile Access

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Written by: Jay Siefert

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