Award-Winning Weight-Loss Program in New York’s Niagara Region
Since 2004, tens of millions of viewers have tuned into the hit reality show The Biggest Loser to watch contestants shed pounds and revamp their eating habits during an intense weight-loss competition. Season winners emerge up to 150 pounds lighter with completely reshaped physiques. The show’s focus on strict exercise and nutrition regimens is also at the core of The Biggest Loser Resort Niagara, which as of May 2012 became the newest member of the brand's award-winning weight-loss resorts. With this deal, you can act on a New Year's resolution to be healthier with a weeklong program at the resort that includes nutritious meals, fitness classes, and lifestyle seminars.
Work out amid 300 acres of woods, lakes, and fitness facilities
The Niagara campus follows the same results-driven weight-loss model as the other The Biggest Loser Resorts, incorporating exercise, healthy meals, and lifestyle seminars into an action-packed daily schedule. The year-round facility features a fitness village as well as an indoor aquatic center. Certified personal trainers jump-start mornings with hikes through the resort's 300-acre property and past its private lakes. This unique location allows guests to add seasonal activities to their workout regimens.
Onsite chefs and nutrition training
Breakfast helps provide energy for exercises throughout the day, which may include water aerobics, kickboxing, or yoga. Between workouts, groups attend lectures on weight training and nutrition, including food-label reading and body-workout recovery. For lunch and dinner, you can celebrate a productive day with chef-created, low-calorie meals such as turkey-and-avocado wraps and mahi-mahi with vegetables.
The full-service onsite Spa Alexis at Niagara is a nice reward after a workout; indulge in massages, facials, and salon treatments (not included with this Groupon).
Learn to maintain a healthy lifestyle in a supportive atmosphere
One of the hallmarks of the program is its supportive team environment, as each person encourages other members of the team to push further than they thought they could go. At the end of the week, trainers record guests' weights and measurements and note their progress. But the program doesn’t necessarily have to end there, as the experience should help guests stick with healthier lifestyles long after their stays.