Fitness by George
Strengthening the Body and Mind of Asheville
About Live Fit!

George Farley
Live Fit Asheville!

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Live Fit Asheville!

George is one of Asheville's most respected Personal and corporate Trainers.

Currently working with some of Asheville's most respected companies, such as Keller Williams Professionals, on a wellness program; george has started to focus on the general health of families and neighborhoods.


Certified Personal Trainer

by the National Academy of Sports Medicine 

· BS in Sports Sciences, Ohio University

· 5 years experience with Mission Hospitals

· 5 years experience in cardiac rehabilitation

· 10 years in the field of health/fitness

· BCLS certified* ( Basic Cardiac Life Support certified first aid care giver)

George adheres to Successful Weight Control; It's not just cutting calories, as identified by the American Council on Exercise

Eating less, or cutting back on fat in your diet, won't keep the weight off. What you really need to do is strike a good balance between the number of calories you consume and the number you burn. And the only way to do that is to exercise.


Don't groan! By exercising, you can lose weight while you eat more calories than if you simply went on a diet. Regular physical activity is key to keeping the weight off in the long run.


Strength training = weight managementStrength training with Keller Williams Agent
Your muscles burn calories during physical activity. What you may not know is your muscles also burn calories when your body is at rest. Increase your muscle mass, and you'll be increasing your body's capacity to burn calories both during activity and at rest.

 Add to that the research that shows diets that restrict calories substantially can cause the loss of lean muscle mass, along with the loss of fat. By incorporating strength training into your activity program, as well as following a moderate diet, you'll be able to maintain lean muscle mass while you lose fat.


Start any strength-training program with one set of exercises and a weight that allows you to complete eight to 12 repetitions. Your program should exercise your legs, arms, chest and upper back. If you want to strengthen your stomach and lower back, increase the number of repetitions with weights that offer less resistance.


Success means good eating and good exercise

Follow a moderate low-fat diet and an exercise program that combines aerobic activity and strength training. That's the key to losing weight -- and keeping it off.


Begin slowly with exercises you find comfortable and build as your body becomes accustomed to the activity level. Don't start out too hard or too fast. Chances are you may injure yourself or quit before you've done yourself much good.


And remember, you can't lose weight overnight. Set a realistic weight-loss goal for yourself -- like one to two pounds a week -- eat healthy, get going on a program of regular physical activity, and you'll be delighted by what you accomplish.


Maintaining a lower, healthier body weight is something you can accomplish. So start now and keep on going!


Source: American Council on Exercise


George's Live Fit! program will help you:

  • Assess your physical condition and track changes
  • Set goals
  • Make a nutritional plan and learn better eating habits
  • Learn proper strength training technique
  • Improve endurance
  • Find motivation
  • Improve your appearance
  • Feel better
  • Improve your health
  • Gain muscle and lose fat
  • Tone up
  • Improve mental alertness
  • Reach your goals!

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