Local Gym Vows to “Change Lives” by Bringing the Hottest Fitness Craze to Wexford, Pennsylvania

Metabolic Resistance Training is the hot new fitness trend seen seen on many popular hit TV shows and done by elite athletes around the world and fitness experts Josh Proch and Tammy Zubasic of Defined Fitness are bringing it to their Wexford, Pennsylvania fitness studio.

Wexford, PA, March 16, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Do you go to the gym and do the same routine every day or take the same Spinning, Zumba, or Bootcamp class week after week? Bored with the usual exercises? Walked on the treadmill or done the elliptical one too many times? Has your body hit a plateau and not changed in months. The definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over and expect a different result – stop the insanity.

Ask yourself, “Are you getting the results you want from your exercise routine?” If the answer is no, or if you’re just plain bored, Defined Fitness, in Wexford, has the solution for you.

Leave it to Defined Fitness to be on the cutting edge and bring the hottest fitness craze in North America to Wexford. Owners Josh Proch and Tammy Zubasic, are exited to offer Metabolic Resistance Training. “This is the type of training that people are seeing done on popular TV shows like “The Biggest Loser” and “The Ultimate Fighter Live,” as well as what they are seeing many professional athletes doing and reading about in health and fitness magazines. It is something that people are looking for but unable to find in many of the large gyms,” said Proch.

Proch and Zubasic explained that “many people strength train with weights while others do cardio or aerobics, metabolic resistance training falls somewhere in between giving you the benefits of strength training and cardio, but also kicking up your metabolism more than either done by themselves.”

“Group Fitness Coaching is done with certified instructors, using scientifically designed programs, in a group of no more than 10 people, and tools including kettlebells, sandbags, battling ropes, medicine balls, TRX’s and your own bodyweight. This type of training really shakes things up and boosts your metabolism, which will stimulate your body to burn that stubborn fat,” said Zubasic.

Defined Fitness says there is absolutely no way to describe this workout without trying it for yourself to see what it is all about.

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