Foxborough, MA, March 08, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Sheehan and Brown, who are now into the fourth year of business with their training studio, believe that many people who are not currently following any fitness plan can benefit from this new program. The Sheehan Lifestyle programs also contain components to help not only a person just beginning, but also people who are now training with no guidance and failing to achieve the results they desire.
The new Sheehan Lifestyle Discover is a highly affordable program where one will receive a meal plan based on daily caloric expenditure determined via current body weight, activity levels, and a client’s weight loss goals. Also received is a comprehensive fitness evaluation to determine one’s level based on ACSM guidelines, a journal with healthy tips and meal plan substitutions, resistance training & cardiovascular training workout templates, access to the Sheehan Connection weekly nutrition meetings for one month, and more. The Sheehan Lifestyle Improve contains all these benefits with a whole lot more, including a Polar Heart Rate monitor and resistance training sessions with a certified trainer. A one-on-one cardiovascular training appointment is also conducted by Sheehan or Brown to help a client understand the proper way to train for optimum fat loss and cardiovascular fitness. The third of the Lifestyle programs is called Sheehan Excel and also includes 8 or 12 semi-private training sessions a month in addition to the above components. It is Sheehan’s most affordable interactive program with no start-up or membership fee. The last program is Sheehan Lifestyle Thrive and is our most comprehensive program with extensive nutritional and cardiovascular coaching.
Sheehan, a Certified Nutrition Specialist through the American Academy of Sports Dieticians and Nutritionists (AASDN), had struggled with weight as a child and embraced exercise shortly after graduating from high school in 1982. He is currently studying the effects of nutrition on the prevention and eradication of many diseases such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. He believes that there is a library of information which needs to be shared with the public that will enlighten many people as to the dangers of the processed food that we are eating today. “In the 1930’s there were studies conducted by tobacco companies that according to their results, showed that smoking had positive effects on our health – such as the common cold! We need to be objective and open-minded when it comes to potential cures for diseases today,” says Sheehan.
Brown, a self-taught expert on organic and whole food nutrition, began studying foods and their effect on us with the birth of her first child in 1993. She started reading labels and doing research on what we were feeding our infants. She soon noticed the symmetry between the advent of the Standard American Diet (SAD) and the many afflictions (mental & physical) that children are suffering from today. From this point on she only purchased organic food and immersed herself in journals and books that would provide her with the highest possible knowledge on how to provide proper nutrition to her family. "I am frankly amazed at people when they tell me they cannot afford organic food. Those same people tend to spend an enormous amount of money on recreation and eating out," Brown says. "The sad part is that when disease sets in, many will consider it simply ‘bad luck,’ when in fact the illness is almost always attributable to improper nutrition and lifestyle.”
Tom Sheehan and LeAnna Brown are life and business partners who operate their holistic personal training and nutritional coaching studio at 71 Elm Street, Suite 10, Foxboro. They both have a goal of making a difference in the health and well-being of every person who walks through their door and their passion for helping people will be felt immediately upon meeting them. They both possess a Masters in Business Administration, and are nationally certified personal trainers. Please contact them at 508-543-1313 if you would like more information about their programs, and know in advance they employ no high-pressure tactics and are honored to share their knowledge.