It's Fitness Time for Cronulla Residents

Sydney, Nsw Australia (PressExposure) June 07, 2011 -- For all those Cronulla residents who have tried many fitness programs and have failed to achieve desired results, Sydney's top personal trainer comes with a solution that promises to deliver what it says - to help people achieve all their fitness goals the healthy way. Dan Clay, noted personal trainer Cronulla, weight loss specialist and Sydney's expert boot camp trainer, launches his Dangerously Fit personal fitness program at Cronulla.

Clay's Dangerously Fit personal fitness program states outright that clients can achieve results only if they put in hard work, quite contrasting to several fitness programs tempting clients with overnight success. Be it weight loss, getting in shape or raising one's fitness levels, it is very important to adhere to exercise and diet to see results, stresses the personal trainer Cronulla. Perhaps, this is the secret to the success of Dangerously Fit, which has become Sydney's most in-demand personal training program. To know more about this personal trainer Cronulla, visit his website http://bootcampsydney.com.au/.

Dan Clay and his team of qualified diet and training instructors have been fitness-training several thousands of people for over nine years. Elaborating on the features of Dangerously Fit, Clay says the program consists of 45-minute workout sessions including both aerobics and resistance training. Exercise and nutrition plans are developed by diet experts customized to clients' fitness goals and their existing fitness levels; fitness levels are regularly monitored to evaluate client progress, says the personal trainer Cronulla.

Answering a question on general fitness tips that can help people of any age, the personal trainer Cronulla parted with some valuable suggestions. Intake of whole grains and fresh fruits and vegetables was high on the list of suggestions; it is healthy to have a minimum of five servings every single day. Replace red meat with chicken or fish and include dairy foods for calcium supply to the body. The personal trainer Cronulla recommends limiting intake of white foods such as white rice, potatoes and white bread. Sweets and soft drinks rank very low on his list as do alcohol and tobacco products.

Exercise is intertwined with a healthy life. The personal trainer Cronulla says doing exercises of even moderate levels for about 30 to 45 minutes on more than half of the days every week can help people stay fit.

Talking about the benefits of Dangerously Fit, Clay says affordability and guaranteed results are highlights of his fitness program. The program is available at about a fraction of cost of gym memberships, says the personal trainer Cronulla. Another major highlight, the personal trainer Cronulla points out, is the access that members get to all Dangerously Fit classes; they can visit any class at any location, which means there need not be concerned about losing a session.

About Dangerously Fit

A major difference of Dangerously Fit from traditional fitness programs is that workouts here do not become boring or de-motivating for participants. Exercises are changed continuously to keep them interesting for clients and to challenge their increasing fitness levels. Find more information on Dangerously Fit and how different clients have benefitted at http://bootcampsydney.com.au/personal-trainer-cronulla.html.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 07, 2011 at 10:52 am
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