CDW Health and Wellness Lifestyles offer fitness consultation and assessment that includes fitness level evaluation, weigh-in, and body fat percent analysis. The fitness consultation and assessment will identify any health risks and conditions that may limit certain activity as well as aid in an exercise program development.
CDW Health and Wellness Lifestyles offers exercise counseling which evaluates each client's risk for a heart attack, stroke and such problems as diabetes, osteoporosis and arthritis. This information is used to develop guidelines and start clients on an individualized activity program. The counseling program is customized to reflect gender, age and cultural factors. Identifying the kinds of activities that each person enjoys is important to help ensure that they maintain an active lifestyle for a lifetime.
CDW Health and Wellness Lifestyles provide personal training services that include the following programs: cardiovascular exercise, flexibility and resistance/strength training.
- 6 weeks
- 12 weeks
CDW Health and Wellness Lifestyles sports-specific program to include marathon training has a graduated running program designed specifically for the individual to meet his/her running goals - from a 5K race to a marathon.
- 6 weeks
- 12 weeks
Walking Program (New Program)
Walking is one of the easiest ways to add exercise to your day and to burn fat. The recommended amount of walking for weight loss is 60 minutes a day most days of the week, combined with a reduced calorie diet.
Workout variety is a key to fitness, recovery, and building endurance and muscles. Here's a list of a walking workout to add variety to your routine.
Health Walk: This is the Easy day walk, use it the day after one of the hard walks for recovery.
Fat-Burning Walk: The optimal fat-burning zone still qualifies as an easy day; you can use it in exchange with the Health Walk as a recovery day after a hard day.
Distance Walk: This is a hard day due to building distance. You should follow it the next day with an easy walk day or a rest day.
Aerobic Walk: This walk brings up your heart rate into the training zone and builds aerobic capacity. It is a moderately hard day.
Threshold Walk: This walk brings you to your top heart rate for training and builds the body systems to allow you to walk faster. It is a hard day.
Economy Speed Walk: This walk builds speeds through little sprints. It is a hard day.
In-Home Gym Design
CDW Health and Wellness offers full design and equipment selection for private homes and offices. We can assist you with a complete layout and design, as well as customize the equipment selection and layout to meet the specific needs of the client.