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Top Fitness Trend in 2014 Can Show Scary Results

December 31, 2013

Top fitness trend in 2014 can be effective for some and dangerous to others. Ace Medical Weight Loss Center creates the SlimPlate System to help many avoid those scary situations.

Rock Hill, South Carolina (PRWEB) December 31, 2013

A recent survey was released from the American College of Sports Medicine predicting the top fitness trends in 2014. Although, some of the fitness trends on the list are very effective, it is very important to complete the research needed to make before taking that leap. The survey states the top 20 fitness trends in 2014, and why these trends are effective.

High-intensity workouts are predicted to top the 2014 charts. High-intensity workouts normally involve short streams of activity followed by a rest period and are normally completed in 30 minutes. With today’s busy schedules, people find these workouts appealing because of the short amount of time needed. Many see it as a way to get fit at a quicker rate. Although this fitness trend may work for some,it can also be dangerous. Along with the popularity of high-intensity interval workouts in 2014, the injury rates from this trend are also blooming. Many who choose the program do not consider the negative effect it may have on the body. It can be difficult to find a highly trained professional with this fitness trend. Although high-intensity interval workouts have help many reach fitness status, others should consider speaking with a physician before embarking on such a journey.

Ace Medical Weight Loss Center understands the dangers of programs that are demanding extreme exercise. These programs are not for everyone. Many people are not ready for these challenges physically. This is why two physicians created the SlimPlate System. The SlimPlate System is a portion control weight loss method used with real food. This method teaches one to eat correct portions and how to eat properly. This method implements a healthier lifestyle that will allow one to become more active, without the risks of high-intensity interval workouts.

The SlimPlate System was created by two well known weight-loss Physicians. Dr. Nwe is a Diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine and is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine. She co-founded the Ace Medical Weight Loss Center with Dr. Grewal. Sandeep Grewal, M.D. is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine and was the recipient of The Charlotte Business Journal’s Health Care Innovator Award for 2013, and also named to the Top Forty Under Forty List in 2013.

For complete information on weight-loss through portion-control, visit the SlimPlate System.

Reference: Thompson, Walter R. Ph. D., FACSM. (2013). Now Trending: Worldwide Survey of Fitness Trends for 2014. ACSM'S Health and Fitness Journal. 17(6)10-20. doi: 10.1249/FIT.0b013e3182a955e6.

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744 Arden Lane, #100

Rock Hill, SC 29732

803.325.1111

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