Lean, Happy, and SuperPower Strong
Understanding Food and Movement to Make the Body Strong. Course includes 0.1 cec from ACE
Your foods are directly related to your energy, endurance, strength, and ability to maintain lean muscle mass. The proportions of your foods require a specific balance so that they can enhance your energy centers as opposed to slowing them down. Adita will teach you ways of utilizing the proportions of your foods to maximize energy, endurance, and strength. All of this decreasing fat, increasing lean muscle mass and eliminating the frustration of traditional diet plans.
Adita Yrizarry-Lang brings over 40 years of experience as a multi-nationally recognized health educator, lifestyle coach specializing in fitness program development, restorative and corrective fitness, adult and child nutrition, and mind body disciplines. She is an accredited virtual speaker with the eSpeakers. Adita has authored two books, "SuperPowers, A Busy Woman's Guide to Health and Happiness" and "SuperPowers of The Family Kitchen". Adita holds a BS in Holistic Nutrition, is a Lv3 Holistic Lifestyle Coach through the Chek Institute, and has been accredited by several internationally respected organizations, including NASM, ACE, AFAA, and the University of Miami. She is a faculty member for The International Sports Conditioning Association, ACE, and AFAA. Additionally, she is the developer of “Nutritional Brilliance”; a program dedicated to promoting children's nutrition for overall health, brain development, and enhanced immunity. She reaches out to her followers through her blog posts, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and cooking demonstrations with such partners as Bump Club and Beyond. Lifestyle and health are a way of life and her goal is to impact as many individuals as she can for maximum health and longevity! Visit her at www.AditaLang.com
Frequently Asked Questions
Strength is a combination of so many facets of what makes us human. To maximize your strength, your nutrition, immune support, and health should all be working together. If we only concentrate on the weight room our strength will only increase so much. Looking at the body "holistically" can create muscular strength like never before. Enjoy!