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Health & Fitness: New Weight Loss Program Offered at Core Performance



By Kim Duke, NETA & AFAA Certified Trainer

At Core Performance Fitness and Training, we strive to meet all of our clients needs.  And, typically, after the holidays have come and gone, our clients are looking for ways to lose the unwanted pounds they have been putting off losing.

Exercise, as we all know, is a great way to burn calories and rev up our metabolism.  But, in order to lose weight and keep it off, you need to pay closer attention to what you consume.

Luckily, my dear friend, Kristen Sciara came to me with an exciting program that helped not only her, but, countless others. It is not a gimmicky program and requires absolutely no Facebook time or selfies. Instead, it is a program that outlines a balanced meal plan that helps you develop new eating habits that promote weight loss and can easily be sustained for a lifetime.

The program is called In.Form and it is a 13-week group program designed to improve wellness and metabolism through a step-by-step weight management program.

For Sciara, who has tried countless weight loss programs and strategies, “the In.Form program just clicked for me. It blew my mind. I just had to follow it and add in fitness and boom…weight loss.”

She also said that about halfway through the program she started thinking about becoming a coach and was compelled to get certified. “I want to lead our group to reach group goals, have fun and likely learn some more things along the way.”

Sciara wanted to hold the In.Form meetings at Core Performance so that all who participate can see the importance of the exercise piece of the program and also to let participants know there are no hidden surprises or sales pitches for unrelated products. In addition, she plans to share recipes and fitness tips at each meeting.

The In.Form group is scheduled to start meeting on January 11 at 6:30 p.m. and will focus on different topics over each of the 13 weeks – from ensuring necessary water consumption and managing cravings to dealing with stress.

For more information, please email Kristen Sciara at

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