Strength

Strength Training

The foundation of your personalized Koko plan is strength training — building your body from the inside so you become a leaner, stronger, healthier, more efficient calorie-burning machine.

And unlike traditional gyms in Cherry Hill where you’re on your own, Koko manages the four key variables of a successful, injury-free strength training program: proper form, exercise pace, exercise periodization, and exercise progression across 100+ personal training exercises, so you always know what to do, when to do it, and how to do it for maximum results in minimum time — with no plateaus!

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The Value of Lean Muscle

Lean muscle is your body’s fountain of youth.

It’s a simple fact: the more lean muscle you have the more calories your body burns 24/7, even when you’re not exercising. Lean muscle tissue determines your metabolism, your energy level, impacts your strength & agility, even your ability to fight disease.

Unlike starvation diets or sweating off pounds at a typical gym, only to gain them right back, building your body’s precious lean muscle is the key to looking good and being healthy over the long term.

Lean muscle tissue actually burns calories at a rate 3.5 times that of fat. Yet a pound of fat takes up to 3 times more volume than a pound of muscle!

Unfortunately, nature hates to see something as good as lean muscle go to waste. So unless we build and protect it, we lose it.

In fact, without strength training, we can lose as much as 10 pounds of muscle a decade or more! That’s why so many people gain weight after their twenties. Excessive dieting and cardio exercise can even accelerate the loss, leading to even further weight gain over time.

The good news is that with proper strength training, you can build or replace what nature and time are trying to take away from you. It’s all part of your Smartraining plan.

Keep reading to learn about Koko’s approach to cardio training or download a free guest pass to Koko FitClub of Cherry Hill today.