Wilmington, NC (PRWEB) June 25, 2013
In a market flooded with complicated diets and weight-loss programs, there is now a simple solution—efitsite. The site offers a "dashboard" concept, in which users track their progress following gauges on their dashboard like those on a car. It gives users a simplified path to weight loss—including directions on how to get there without drastic lifestyle changes.
"Much like your car, you have a speed limit," says Eric Crouse, founder of efitsite. "There are a certain number of calories you need everyday. Eat more than that number and you gain weight – eat less and you lose weight. Diet and exercise are the same as energy in and energy out. We need to expend more energy than we consume. It’s that simple."
However, he says, "We fail to follow this limit because we don’t have a dashboard. Until now."
The dashboard includes various numeric values, but most importantly, displays a green line and a red line. In order to lose weight, "All you have to do is keep the green line above the red line over time," says Crouse. These lines are determined by inputing calories and logging exercise.
"In order to drive your car, you have to rely on a dashboard to monitor speed, gas, oil, direction, etc. Our dashboard displays more than 20 different variables and allows you to customize your own personal weight-loss plan to display the straightforward information you need on a day-to-day basis," says Crouse.
Not only does efitsite display users' progress, but it also offers a road map detailing how to get there. The site features 40 different meal plans that can be tailored for those with dietary restrictions or those who want to follow certain diets, such as carb-free or clean programs. And one luxurious plus is dessert is included every day. With a database of 20,000 recipes and more than 100 articles on nutrition, wellness, motivation, and fitness, there is something for everyone. "If you want to learn more about a gluten-free diet, or want carb-free recipes, we have them. Our tools are second to none," says Crouse.
Research has shown that food journaling is one of the most effective ways to lose weight and keep weight off in the long run. The site makes food journaling fast and easy.
All these features could be costly, but efitsite is affordable. Users pay a monthly fee of $19.95, but coupons and credits offset it. Every month, a user receives $25 worth of free dining at more than 19,000 restaurants nationwide. And there is a free 14-day trial before charging for the site.
No other web site offers:
One of efitsite's biggest fans is Fitness Celebrity Carly Horrell. She knows the importance of food tracking and logging exercise, and finds the site to be user-friendly and helpful in meeting her goals. Carly stars in several how-to videos on efitsite, showing users basic moves for working out in the gym or at home. She offers numerous tips on diet, exercise and, perhaps most importantly, motivation.
Carly is available for interviews as well as how-to demonstrations on fitness moves and navigating efitsite.
For more information, visit efitsite.com.
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