Losing weight takes conscious effort, just like remembering to blink frequently enough to keep other people from getting suspicious. Fit in with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for one 30-minute nutritional counseling session (a $65 value)
- $55 for four 30-minute nutritional counseling sessions (a $260 value)
- $95 for eight 30-minute nutritional counseling sessions (a $520 value)
During sessions, certified personal trainer and health coach Debbie Lazinsky crafts individualized nutrition plans for each client. The first appointment includes a body composition analysis, which determines BMI, body-fat percentage, and body age, among other measurements. Debbie then creates calorie-based goals and suggests exercise regimens to suit the client's lifestyle, all while identifying unhealthy habits.
Future visits cover a variety of topics, such as modifying family recipes or narrowing down the most nutritional dishes on the menu from a favorite restaurant. Throughout the entirety of their program, clients can call or e-mail Debbie for additional support.
Health coach and weight-loss expert Debbie Lazinsky doesn't need to flaunt her credentials to draw in new clients. Though her ACE certifications as a personal trainer and health coach are impressive, most people are more intrigued by her top personal achievement: losing more than 180 pounds in 18 months. Debbie's journey—which was featured in The Huffington Post, People magazine, and People TV—brought her from a size 28 to a size 6.
Today, she applies the same methods that fueled her own weight-loss to her clients. She places the biggest emphasis on personalization, formulating different programs for varying body types and lifestyles. These plans combine healthy eating choices with exercise and scientific measurements that track progress, such as BMI analyses. Throughout her meetings, Debbie stresses the value of support and the uselessness of denying people certain foods. She tells her clients to continue going to their favorite restaurants, and will even look over these restaurants' menus to point out health-conscious options that are more appealing than gnawing on a napkin for dessert.