It might be the happiest news for those who are now studying in University of Colorado’s Anschutz Health and Wellness Center (AHWC) since the extreme weight loss boot camp offered the special program for the obese students who wanted find out how to be in “boot camp” for a total change in their lives.
Is the extreme weight loss safety?
This program established from the inspiration of unscripted series from the extreme weight loss aired by the ABC channel. As aired on the television, it can be seen that the obese people spent their lives in the boot camp for three months in an attempt to lose the many pounds.
The director of AHWC, Holly Wyatt, MD, states that the program named as extreme weight loss program is forcing all the participants following what the trainers – Heidi Powell and Chris – to safely lose the weight and how to maintain the weight as long as the life goes on.
Many people think going to the gym and go for diet is the best option to gain the ideal weight, but the major problem is that how to keep the body in shape. As people who attend the extreme diet program and go for the phase 1 will visit the AHWC for getting the weight loss program along with the hotel accommodations nearby the campus.
Apart from the effortful trial to gain the lost weight, you need to consider about the stress management, sleep, and personal metabolic system. As you deal with this matter, it is supposed to gain the transformation of the body shape.
During the session, you will also get the nutrition education, mental exercise and physical activities that also support the weight loss program. If you really want to perform extreme weight loss boot camp, you are not necessarily worried since this program has been outlined in the “State of Slim”, a writing composed by James O Hill, Ph.D.