SEPTEMBER 2020

WE CAN MOVE ALL OUR TRAINING INSIDE!!

We have been able to offer one-on-one training in our facility since July 6th, but had to do all our Bootcamps outside due to Covid19 NJ State mandates . . . WELL WE ARE NOW OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS AS OF SEPTEMBER 1ST!  So we are now able to offer our Bootcamps inside at 25% capacity (which is not hard at all for us to accommodate due to the size of our facility).  If any of our clients feel more comfortable continuing to train virtually, that is not a problem because we will still be Zooming/Live all of our morning Bootcamps and sending a recorded version shortly after the bootcamp concludes (via email & our private Facebook page).

CLICK HERE TO VIEW/PRINT OF OUR UNLIMITED GROUP TRAINING SCHEDULE

NEW PROCEDURES FOR INDOOR TRAINING

PLEASE NOTE:

We will also have some new procedures that all our Group Training clients need to be aware of for our INDOOR TRAINING.  It’s not an unreasonable list, as we are just so excited to be able to offer our training inside.

All clients must arrive between 5-10 minutes prior to the start of each group training session in order to get set up properly, following state-mandated rules for indoor training. Unfortunately, clients who arrive late will not be able to participate. This might be hard for some of our clients to understand at first, so we apologize, but it is necessary to enforce so that we can remain open for business/training.

Clients must bring: yoga mat or beach towel for floor work & stretching – and must also bring a hand-towel, water bottle and mask to each session. Masks are required when entering the building and can certainly be lowered as needed during training in order to get adequate oxygen. Trainers will wear masks at all times – except when Zooming for Recording.

Clients will have their temperature taken upon arrival. Anyone with a temperate of 100.4 or higher will be asked to return when they no longer have a slight fever.

If any client is not feeling well, whether it be a bad headache, sore throat, body aches, cough or congestion, stomach ache, rash, etc, PLEASE REFRAIN FROM TRAINING UNTIL YOU ARE WELL.

All clients will wash their hands upon arrival, and there will be hand-sanitizer and disinfectant wipes available throughout the facility. We will also use our new hospital-grade disinfectant fogger in between training sessions.

Cones will be set up so clients can feel confident we are providing a safe-distance workout every time.

Formats for bootcamps may be altered slightly as they have been — to include more dumbbell exercises, bodyweight exercises, and cardio exercises (in place) so that equipment does not need to be shared.  We will still give you a kick-butt workout, we promise!  And all of our bootcamps will be multi-level to accommodate various ages and fitness levels.

For safety, clients who have traveled on an airplane or have visited a hot-spot state will need to do their workouts via Zoom/Virtual for 10-14 days.

For safety, clients who have been exposed to someone testing positive for covid19 will also need to do their workouts via Zoom/Virtual for 10-14 days.

SEPTEMBER SIZE-DOWN PROGRAM

SEPTEMBER SIZE-DOWN 5-DAY “DIETOX:  Click here to view flyer with all the details on how you can reset your metabolism, jumpstart your weight loss plan, and rid your body of excess fats and toxins!

PERSONAL, PARTNER & SEMI-PRIVATE TRAINING

Set and reach your fitness goals – Personal Training

PERSONAL TRAINING, PARTNER TRAINING & SEMI-PRIVATE TRAINING:  So if you would prefer a more private type of training for yourself or your teens, give us a call to hear more about how we can help you set and reach your fitness or athletic goals.  We work with adults and athletes of all ages . . . so whether you are an elite athlete who needs to get back to your sport, and you want to be ready . . . Or you have the desire to lose weight, improve energy levels and overall health, get stronger, increase lean muscle mass, etc., we can help you!  Of course, we are following all covid-19 safety procedures outlined above to keep our personal training clients safe and healthy too.  So please call Michael to find out pricing or trainer availability for this private training – and you can also give us a call if you’d like more details about our Unlimited Group Training: 908-403-7605

BODY COMPOSITION TESTING IS HERE!

Hospital-Grade Equipment

If you would like to set some health and fitness goals and need another layer of accountability, we have the answer.  So many of us are results oriented . . . and sometimes when trying to decrease bodyfat, we don’t see the scale moving as quickly as we like, yet our clothes are feeling a bit lose.  Well maybe it’s time we actually did some benchmark testing and added some “science” so you will see there are more ways to track progress than your weight alone.  It would be helpful to see important percentages like:  bodyfat vs. lean muscle, water weight, skeletal weight, individual muscle circumference, and more!  If you are interested in this new service, just give us a call.  We will set up an appointment for you to get tested using the “In-Body Scanning” equipment.  This is a hospital-grade piece of equipment that is 98% accurate so you can set some health and fitness goals, and we can help you work towards meeting them with the proper nutrition and exercise program.  This is a monthly service so you can continue to track progress with re-testing to work towards optimal health and a healthy body-weight.  If you are interested in a FREE trial, please give us a call:  908-428-7978.  Just leave us a message if we are on the training floor and we will call you back.

Interested in some of our other services that we can do one-on-one or virtually?

Sports Nutrition Session – Learn to Fuel for Optimal Performance

Weight-Loss — 30-Day Nutritional Cleansing Program

Elite Athlete Semi-Private – Customized Training for Your Sport of Choice

IMPACT TRAINING’S RECIPE SHARE . . . .

The Best Portobella Burger with Balsamic Reduction:

Healthy & Delicious!

Great plant-based option for CLEAN EATING!  And the sourdough bread is ahealthier bread option with prebiotics for better digestion and better nutrition – or you can certainly choose a gluten-free bread if needed. So let’s wind down the summer with some healthier BBQ options with this amazing recipe!
INGREDIENTS
– 4 large Portobello mushrooms
– 2 tablespoons of olive oil
– 8 pieces of sourdough bread – 4 slices of provolone cheese
– 1 large roasted red pepper, julienned – you can serve fresh/raw or lightly sauté
– 1 cup of buckwheat sprouts
– balsamic reduction (see how to make it below)
INSTRUCTIONS
To make balsamic reduction, put about a ¼ – ½ cup of Balsamic vinegar in a sauce pan . . . bring to a simmer (med/high heat) – then turn down the heat to a low simmer (about 10-15 minutes) till you see it thicken/reduce.  Cool then place aside or put in refrigerator until later.
– Now for the Portobellos . . . Preheat grill to medium high heat.
– Evenly spread olive oil between each Portobello mushroom cap.
– Grill each side for 5-7 minutes and at the last second place provolone cheese on top to melt.
– Place bread on grill and grill each side for 2-3 minutes.  Tip from Hillarie:  If you want to make this even healthier, use Ezekiel brand bread (low on the Glycemic Index). 
Assemble the burger with bread, portabella mushroom, roasted red pepper, buckwheat sprouts, and a drizzle of balsamic reduction.

Recipe by Joyfulhealtheats.com2

CLICK HERE TO VIEW/PRINT RECIPE

NOTE FROM HILLARIE:

Hillarie Z. Scannelli — Co-Owner, !MPACT Training

We couldn’t be more excited that we are able to offer our training indoors with restrictions. And we hope you can see from the long list of safeguards we have put in place, that we are truly dedicated to keeping our clients safe and healthy. This pandemic has not been easy on any of us, whether it has affected your family, your job, your business (like us), or God forbid your physical or mental health. And just when we think we are almost feeling “normal” with regards to our daily routine, we are quickly reminded that this virus is real and it’s not going anywhere anytime soon.  I am happy to see the rate of deaths declining with more people recovering, but it’s not enough.  So try your best not to let it get you down.  Don’t let this pandemic make you fall prey to stress eating and drinking — or that feeling of being paralyzed and unmotivated with your daily workouts and fitness routine.  We can’t wait for this to be over before we start to take better care of ourselves because we don’t know how long that will be!  And now school will be starting for many of our children – virtually, this adds yet another layer of stress, so let’s take charge of our health, our weight and our energy levels. It’s all a matter of setting yourself up with better daily/structured habits – you can do this, and we will help! So let us take the guess work out of it for you! Now more than ever it is important to maintain a healthy weight, drink plenty of water, exercise regularly (even if it is only 20-30 minutes at a time), get enough sleep – stop staying up so late watching TV, reduce alcohol and sugar intake, and start to consider meal planning if you haven’t done so already.  So here are a few tips . . .

Think about choosing: -Lean Proteins like chicken, turkey, fish, eggs, lean red meats and protein supplements (and of course, beans, lentils and organic tofu for those who are vegan/vegetarian).  -Fibrous Carbohydrates like vegetables, fruits and grains.  -Healthy Fats like olive oil, avocados, salmon, nuts & nut butters, flax seeds, chia seeds, and hemp seeds.

And most of all, remain vigilant with your health and safety . . . hand-washing, hand-sanitizing, wearing a mask, practicing safe-distancing, avoid crowds when necessary, and quarantine when necessary. And please stay home if you are worried and it will reduce your stress levels.

If you need a quick pep-talk to set some health and fitness goals, just text me and we can set up a call . . . Happy to help:

Hillarie (908) 403-7620 – Cell

!MPACT Training is pumped up to be STRONGER & BETTER THAN EVER!

Hugs,

Hill

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