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Morbidly Obese Lose Hundreds of Pounds, Gain New Mentality at Live-In Fitness Retreat
Date:5/13/2009

y to maintain a weight-loss (defined as 50 percent or more of excess body weight).

Upon arrival at L.I.F.E's ocean-side facility in Marina Del Rey, clients are provided with state-of-the-art equipment and world-class nutritionists, trainers, chefs and clinical therapists, all readily available at all hours. After undergoing several goal-planning sessions and physical health assessments utilizing the hydrostatic body fat tank; and the VO2max calculator, a daily itinerary is planned incorporating a tailored meal plan, workout schedule, weight-loss counseling, grocery shopping trips, cooking lessons, physical therapy, massages and motivational speeches.

L.I.F.E's exercise options present a fresh and diverse array of work-outs from kayaking to spinning to yoga, allowing clients to discover the form of exercise that is most enjoyable, and therefore sustainable.

L.I.F.E's supportive environment ensures clients will achieve and sustain their goal weight from a new attitude and healthy habits. Viskovicz reveals, "At the end of the retreat, clients feel so empowered by what they've done, they continue on with the healthy habits, which is the key to lasting weight loss." He continues, "Clients now qualify for surgery, but the self-esteem instilled from this retreat is life-altering in the sense that clients truly believe they can maintain the healthy weight."

Clients interested in the Live-In Fitness retreat can get more information by visiting L.I.F.E's website at www.liveinfitnessenterprise.com.

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