What is the biggest problem in fitness?

1. What is the biggest problem in fitness?

 

Response
Percent

Response
Count

Not enough choices for results
0.0%
0
Education is not clear and accurate
0.0%
0
Focus on fast results that are not maintainable
33.3%
5
Marketing of quick fixes that people believe to work
46.7%
7
Most people believe deep inside there is an easy way
20.0%
3

2. What is the number one obstacle to a fit, healthy life.

 

Response
Percent

Response
Count

Most people do not know how to get there but think they do
33.3%
5
Eating is so misunderstood
33.3%
5
There are to many choices
0.0%
0
Laziness
26.7%
4
Society does not reward fitness and health
6.7%
1
3. Which do you feel is the best option for weight loss?

 

Response
Percent

Response
Count

Eat less and exercise more
26.7%
4
Supportive nutrition with cardio exercise
0.0%
0
Intense training with no nutrition changes
0.0%
0
Gradual but continual increases in exercise intensity
6.7%
1
 Supportive nutrition, intense exercise and great recovery.
66.7%
10
 

4. What should a community exercise/fat loss program include?


 

Response
Percent

Response
Count

Training that increases functionality
53.3%
8
Nutritional coaching
86.7%
13
Dance moves
0.0%
0
Coaching sessions and accountability
73.3%
11
At home workouts
20.0%
3
Education about how to keep fat off for life
66.7%
10
Tips for quick weight loss
6.7%
1
Supplementation recommendations
20.0%
3
Ideas that fitness professionals use themselves
46.7%
7
5. What would be the most important for group fitness training?

 

Rating
Average

Response
Count

A caring, supportive instructor

20.0% (3)

20.0% (3)

20.0% (3)

13.3% (2)

26.7% (4)

3.07
15
Shorter workouts with better results

46.7% (7)

26.7% (4)

20.0% (3)

6.7% (1)

0.0% (0)

1.87
15
Phone calls from the instructor

13.3% (2)

6.7% (1)

20.0% (3)

20.0% (3)

40.0% (6)

3.67
15
Nutritional coaching one on one

6.7% (1)

26.7% (4)

20.0% (3)

40.0% (6)

6.7% (1)

3.13
15
Done for you nutrition programs online

13.3% (2)

20.0% (3)

20.0% (3)

20.0% (3)

26.7% (4)

3.27
15

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1.
Affordable
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 8:35 AM
2.
Most important for me is a good instructor, the ability to participate at my level without feeling pressured or intimidated, and feedback on how I am doing.
Mon, Jan 24, 2011 11:13 AM

6. When choosing a fitness program or location what is most important

 

Response
Percent

Response
Count

Living near the location
60.0%
9
The results that can be accomplished with help
33.3%
5
What my friends are doing
6.7%
1
The amount of people that are going
0.0%
0
7. If you could change one thing about the fitness/weight loss industry what would it be

1.
Ban advertising of magic fixes
Wed, Jan 26, 2011 11:28 PM
2.
Getting out a message that people would want to get involved with.Not unreal ads.Telling people that it takes hard work ,commitment,ect.
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 7:30 PM
3.
Everbody telling the truth…no BS, no quick loss, just an honest process to loss weight and get in shape.
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 7:25 PM
4.
stop putting up super skinny spokes people. Use realistic healthy people
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 4:25 PM
5.
Get rid of misleading information, there are no quick fixes.
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 1:24 PM
6.
Get rid of all the hype and misinformation out there. There are a lot of shady people out there trying to make a buck.
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 10:50 AM
7.
No more quick fix ads
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 10:30 AM
8.
Feeling of getting ripped off because of false information and not knowing what to believe.
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 8:35 AM
9.
There is no quick fix, pill, or anything else that let’s you become fit without doing the work
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 8:17 AM
10.
The marketing crap!
Tue, Jan 25, 2011 8:09 AM
11.
Advertising for quick unrealistic results
Mon, Jan 24, 2011 2:59 PM
12.
Truth in advertising. There isn’t a quick-fix, it takes lifelong commitment and change. People get excited about quick fixes, and then get discouraged when they don’t last.
Mon, Jan 24, 2011 11:13 AM
13.
Tying both fitness and nutrition together more.
Mon, Jan 24, 2011 11:04 AM
14.
A grading system to all the fitness programs and nutrition options out there so people know what the best options are. It is cunfusing with all the info and it all says it is the best. Who do you believe?
Mon, Jan 24, 2011 11:04 AM
15.
So many bad choices that do not get results
Mon, Jan 24, 2011 11:01 AM

There are three things Jeremy is more passionate about than anything:

1. Seeing people, like you, transform their lives through new, healthier habits and routines.
2. Seeing businesses within the Fitness and Wellness industry growing and thriving, despite potentially adverse conditions of the market.
3. His Christian faith, which drives him to increase his talents to help as many others as he can.

Jeremy works tirelessly to educate, empower and envision his clients, helping them create everything God made them to be.

His motto is to grow in faith, create freedom, and progress in fitness excellence.

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