Apply Now! Trainer/Coach Needed @ FVT Personal Training

Are you looking to make a difference in the health and fitness world? Look no further! FVT Personal Training is currently seeking out an enthusiastic, driven part-time trainer/coach.

If that sounds like the perfect opportunity for you (or someone you know!), then click the link below for details and start your journey with us today! I’m excited to personally reach out and get to meet with motivated, hardworking individuals.

Don’t miss this opportunity – learn more and apply now at the link below:

-> https://forestvance.lpages.co/now-hiring-trainercoach-fvt-personal-training/

– Forest Vance
Owner, FVT Personal Training

the “Pick 5” Diet

Alright, so basically when it comes down to it – if you want to shed those extra pounds, you should focus on two things:

1) Eating healthier

and

2) Exercising more.

No surprises there!

But it’s easier said than done.

There are so many moving parts, and sometimes staying on track is the hardest part.

That’s why in our upcoming 20in6 Fat Loss Challenge (which you should totally check out btw), I’m introducing a few strategies designed to make sticking to the program super easy AND get results that last.

One of them is the “pick 5” process – here’s how it works:

1 – You pick 5 of your favorite foods from each category:

Proteins – eggs, egg whites, Greek yogurt, cottage cheese, chicken, turkey, tuna, lean pork, lean beef… these are just a few of the options!

Carbohydrates – oatmeal, rice, potatoes, whole wheat bread, broccoli, carrots, applies, bananas, cucumebers, tomatoes, califlower… these are just a few of the otpions!

Fats – avocado, olive oil, almonds… these are just a few of the options!

2 – You eat a certain amount of each food (we use the thumb / palm / fist method to make measuring super easy) based on your weight and activity level and goals

3 – You rapidly lose fat and learn how to eat properly for life, all at the same time!

If you want to learn more about our 20 in 6 Fat Loss Challenge, click the link below and enter your info to get on the interest list:

–>> 20 in 6 Challenge

We look forward to working with you and helping you develop lasting nutrition habits and reaching your goals!

-Forest and the FVT Team
ForestVanceTraining.com

Looking for 17 Men and Women Over 40 in Midtown + Land Park – Sacramento to take our “20 Pounds in 6 Weeks” Challenge:

Exciting news:

We’re going to run a 6-week Challenge in the New Year to help you get as lean as possible as fast as possible!

We will be more aggressive than usual with our workouts and calorie deficit though so that we can get you MAXIMUM RESULTS!

An ideal rate of fat loss is typically 0.5-1% of your body weight weekly, however for this Challenge you should aim to lose 1-1.25% of your body weight weekly. Depending on your starting weight / fitness level / etc., this could be 10-20 pounds over the six weeks.

The question I have for you today is this – IF we gave you:

— The precise workouts – at our gym and / or to do at home

— The corresponding meal plans telling you what to eat and when to eat it

— The check-ins and accountability to keep you on track

…would you be interested?

Enter your info below and we’ll add you to the interest list:

–>> “20 in 6” Challenge at FVT

-Forest and the FVT Team

Pre-Workout Protein Cookie Recipe

I work out first thing in the morning, and I’m always experimenting with the best thing to eat to fuel my workouts.

A little bit of slow-burning carbs and a little bit of protein seems to work best… and this protein cookie recipe is one I’m currently loving!

Check it out below – and if you want the complete meal planning guides PLUS our personal help to get you on track and hold you accountable to reach your goals, save your spot now at the link below for our upcoming 20 in 6 Challenge:

–>> FVT 20 in 6 Registration + Cyber Monday Deals

Pre-Workout Protein Cookie Recipe

INGREDIENTS

— 2 cups oatmeal (dry)
— 1/2 cup applesauce
— 1 scoop whey protein
— 2 egg whites
— 2 tsp peanut butter

Mix all the ingredients together; shape into cookies on a cookie sheet; bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes.

MAKES 8 COOKIES – nutrition breakdown for 2:

— 234 calories
— 14 grams protein
— 31 grams carbs
— 7 grams fat

If you want the complete meal planning guides PLUS our personal help to get you on track and hold you accountable to reach your goals, save your spot now at the link below for our upcoming 20 in 6 Challenge:

–>> FVT 20 in 6 Registration + Cyber Monday Deals

– Forest and the FVT Team
ForestVanceTraining.com

Work Off Those Extra Calories With Our 500 Calorie Thanksgiving Workout

The holiday season is a time for indulgence. From pumpkin pie to Thanksgiving turkey, there are plenty of opportunities to overindulge. But all those extra calories can add up, leaving you feeling sluggish and bloated. 

The good news is that there are plenty of ways to offset the damage. Our 500 calorie Thanksgiving workout is the perfect way to work off those extra calories and get your holiday season started on the right foot!

500 Calorie Thanksgiving Workout

— Two handed swing – 10 reps
— Clean and press – 5 reps per side
— One hand swing – 10 reps per side
— Clean and rack squat – 5 reps per side
— Two handed swing – 10 reps
— Turkish get up – 2 reps per side
— One handed swing – 10 reps per side
— Snatch – 10 reps per side
— Two handed swing – 10 reps

Complete as many rounds as you can of this circuit in 20 minutes.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours –

-Forest and the FVT Team

PS – I got caught up in the BLACK FRIDAY excitement and wanted to make sure you benefit too. You can save on many of our popular products and services this weekend only!

If you want to learn more about each of our programs, training plans, or products, you’ll see a brief description on the checkout page when you click any of the links that say “CLICK HERE TO BUY NOW”.

Remember, this Black Friday sale is only good this weekend, so don’t miss out!

*NOTE – these deals are for local Sacramento, CA residents only:

–>> FVT – Sacramento Black Friday / Cyber Monday Deals – https://forestvance.lpages.co/black-friday-2022-fvt-sac/

The 5 Best and Worst Thanksgiving Dishes, According to Me

Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, and of course, food! There are so many different dishes that are traditionally served on Thanksgiving, and it can be hard to decide what to make. To help you out, I’ve compiled a list of the 5 best and worst Thanksgiving dishes, according to me. 

The best Thanksgiving dishes are: 

– Roast turkey
– Stuffing
– Mashed potatoes
– Green bean casserole 
– Pumpkin pie

The worst Thanksgiving dishes are: 

– Cranberry sauce
– Sweet potato casserole
– River of gravy
– Cranberry jelly
– Pumpkin spice lattes

In case you were wondering, this ranking has nothing to do with calorie counts or health 🙂 This is because part of a healthy relationship and an overall well-rounded fitness plan is enjoying things you like! 

If you like Thanksgiving dishes, eat them!

Practice moderation, of course.

But this special meal will help you enjoy the holiday with family and friends, and then get back to the plan. If you look at the big picture, this CAN fit into your overall plan of health and fitness.

What are your favorite and least favorite Thanksgiving dishes? Let me know in the comments!

Forest and the FVT Team at ForestVanceTraining.com

PS – Still trying to figure our the whole “moderation” thing? We can help! Fill out the form linked below and we’ll reach out personally asap:

-> https://forestvance.wufoo.com/forms/mko7zxj1v0e4d4

Is Losing Weight Quickly The Best Way To Go? – What the Research Says:

Most people think that losing weight gradually is better for achieving long-term results, but that’s not necessarily true.

Several studies from 1995 to 2010 were conducted to compare the outcomes of people who lost fat quickly versus slowly, and all studies found that those who lost weight more rapidly had better long-term results (i.e. were better able to maintain weight loss) from 1 to 5 years later.

So we’re thinking about running a 6-week Challenge in the New Year to help you get as lean as possible as fast as possible!

We will be more aggressive than usual with our workouts and calorie deficit though so that we can get you MAXIMUM RESULTS!

An ideal rate of fat loss is typically 0.5-1% of your body weight weekly, however for this Challenge you should aim to lose 1-1.25% of your body weight weekly. Depending on your starting weight / fitness level / etc., this could be 10-20 pounds over the six weeks.

The question I have for you today is this – IF we gave you:

— The precise workouts – at our gym and / or to do at home

— The corresponding meal plans telling you what to eat and when to eat it

— The check-ins and accountability to keep you on track

…would you be interested?

Reply to this email with the words “20 in 6” and I’ll add you to the interest list!

— Forest and the Team at ForestVanceTraining.com

Is Losing 20 Pounds in 6 Weeks Even Possible?

I was in a business mastermind group meeting last week with gym owners from all over the United States. We talked about fat loss Challenges that people were preparing to promote for the New Year, and it made me consider FVT’s plans!

So here’s the exciting news:

We are thinking about running a 6-week Challenge in the New Year to help you get as lean as possible as fast as possible.

We will be more agressive than usual with our workouts and calorie deficit though so that we can get you MAXIMUM RESULTS!

An ideal rate of fat loss is typically 0.5-1% of your body weight weekly, however for this Challenge you should aim to lose 1-1.25% of your body weight weekly. Depending on your starting weight / fitness level / etc, this could be 10-20 pounds over the six weeks.

The question I have for you today is this:

IF we gave you:

  • The precise workouts – at our gym and / or to do at home
  • The corresponding meal plans telling you what to eat and when to eat it
  • The check-ins and accountability to keep you on track

…would you be interested?

Reply to this email with the words “20 in 6” and I’ll add you to the interest list!

  • Forest and the Team at ForestVanceTraining.com

PS – People seem to think slow weight loss is better for long-term results. According to science, this is not necessarily true. A series of 4 studies from 1995 to 2010 were undertaken to compare the outcomes of those who lost fat quickly versus slowly. All studies found that those who lost weight at a faster rate had better long-term results (i.e. were better able to maintain weight loss) from 1 to 5 years later. That’s why we are thinking about running a 6-week Challenge in the New Year to help you get as lean as possible as fast as possible!

IF we gave you:

  • The precise workouts – at our gym and / or to do at home
  • The corresponding meal plans telling you what to eat and when to eat it
  • The check-ins and accountability to keep you on track

…would you be interested?

Reply to this email with the words “20 in 6” and I’ll add you to the interest list!