The True Co$t of Weight Lo$$

by Dan Agresti, MS

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When it comes to weight loss, the classic concept of “calories in versus calories out” is not getting through to society. This video introduces a different way of explaining the science of effective weight loss using an analogy they may better understand—finances! See how your clients will work harder when they understand that certain exercises will pay down their debt faster than their previous workout routine.

Video Chapters

1. Introduction
2. Current Problem
3. Analogy Between Finances & Calories
4. Process of Implementation
5. Conclusion

About the Presenter

Dan Agresti, MS

Dan Agresti, MS IDEA Author/Presenter

Dan Agresti is a leading fitness expert, educator, advisor, and trainer whose educational background includes a Bachelor's Degree in Sports Science and a Master's Degree in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology. He is certified as a Health Fitness Specialist, American College of Sports Medicine and a Medical Exercise Specialist, American Academy of Health, Fitness and Rehabilitation Professionals. Dan is the owner of REAL LIFE FITNESS, a successful Denver based personal fitness training company. His energetic personality combined with years of research, study, analysis, and training of hundreds of clientele has made his company a cut above the rest. His client base varies widely and includes corporate wellness programs, boot camps, sports performance camps, and those in need of post therapeutic rehabilitation. Additionally, he is the Director of a successful Personal Training Academy at a local college where his knowledge and experience assists his students in becoming elite level personal trainers. He is a Fellow for the National Board of Fitness Examiners and frequently lectures on a variety of fitness topics in Denver area and has several articles published on the web. When he is not training clients, teaching students, or presenting lectures, he enjoys spending time with his family, especially playing with his two young children Lauren and Ryan. His personal interests include working out and recording music in his studio.