Phoenix Ignition Fitness Company

Weight Loss & Strength Building Results

Our Results are not just about weight loss. The numbers on the scale matter to an extent, but for most how your body looks and how you feel is more important than the overall weight loss. When discussing weight loss, often you hear the old saying, “5lbs of fat isn’t the same as 5lbs of muscle.” That saying is really only partially true. Muscle mass has a much greater density, but less volume then fat. This means that fat can expand and hold more matter, but it’s not matter you want hanging around your waist line! Muscle mass density is controlled by blood, which contracts (expands) the muscle, or relaxes (return to normal state). The more muscular fibers that exist, the “heavier” or more mass a muscle carries. So a better way to understand what weight and desired weight loss means is to imagine 5lbs of feathers compared to 5lbs of steel. The feathers would be spread out and piled together. The steel would very small and compacted for as much mass as it already occupies. 
Before After
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Shirley Nolan, 76
Start date – February 20, 2013
Starting Measurements – Waist line: 36.5
Hip line: 41.5
Current Measurements – Waist line: 24.75
Hip line: 34.75
Before After
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Eric Rizzo, 34
Start date – June 17, 2014
Starting Measurements –
Weight: 184.25
Waist line: 33.75
Current measurements –
Weight: 171
Waist line: 29.7
Before After
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Doug Threewitt, 38
Start date- Aug 7, 2015
Starting Measurements-
Weight: 238
Waist: 40.6 inches
Current Measurements: 
Weight: 186
Waist Line: 32.4 inches
Before After
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Rose Klimely, 53
Start Date- Sept 14, 2015
Starting Measurements- 
Weight: 154 inches
Waist: 36.2 inches
Current measurements: 
Weight: 131.7
Waist: 30.4 inches

Our programs are not designed for how to lose weight fast, extreme weight loss, or unreasonable diets that are impossible to commit to. Every workout routine is focused on the most effective way on how to lose weight fast, but also build lean muscle mass and improve physical performance in every aspect of your life… including how to lose belly fat! All of the clients displayed had significant loss of total inches around the waist line, but still maintained a solid muscular structure to continue fat burning.
The customization of the workout routines is critical to your success. Since no two bodies are exactly alike (identical twins excluded), the planned programs have to be adjusted to meet the specific criteria for each individual. Weight loss programs normally contain more cardiovascular focused strength training routines, speed interval training, and constantly working to improve endurance and recovery time. Workout routines that are focused on strength training require slower movements, constantly attempting to keep the muscles dilated for as long as possible to increase density. There is much less emphasis on conditioning the heart to burn fat, and more focus on directing the blood flow to build muscle fibers. 
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