The First 100 Days: A journey to health & wellness.
Over the next 100 days, Sean & Kristen will follow NMR’s weight management plan. Their journey to health & wellness will revolve around the non-disputable principles of healthy nutrition, dietary glycemic control and metabolic repair. It will take into consideration their medical history, body composition, nutritional needs an their short-term and long-term weight loss and fitness goals. This plan not only helps you lose weight but more importantly you learn how to manage your weight by learning:
- The truth about nutrition.
- How to exercise efficiently.
- How to change their thoughts about weight loss and weight management.
“We all have dreams. But in order to make dreams come into reality, it takes an awful lot of determination, dedication, self-discipline, and effort.” – Jesse Owens
The first 100 days: A journey to health and wellness will include:
- Before and after pictures and measurements.
- Individual biographies.
- Daily journal entries.
- Healthy recipes.
- Progress pictures and progress notes will be every 15 days.
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If you are ready to start your journey to health and wellness and would like to schedule a complimentary consultation by Dr. Sferra.
Please call 908-252-0242 to schedule an appointment.
Dr. Vincent Sferra is the Director of Physical Rehabilitation at Natural Medicine & Rehabilitation and is Board Certified in Chiropractic Medicine. He is also a Certified Clinical Nutritionist and holds certification by the National Strength & Conditioning Association.
My goals for the First 100 Days:
• Lose 25 lbs.
• Learn how to maintain a healthy lifestyle
• Inspire others to begin the journey to health & wellness
Occupation: Registered Nurse, Licensed Massage Therapist and Biofeedback Therapist
Weight 205 lbs.
BMI 30.3 (Obese BMI = 30+)
Blood Pressure 128/84
Resting Heart 79 b.p.m.
What motivated me to begin this journey?
As a healthcare provider it is my responsibility to teach people the benefits of developing a healthy lifestyle. I know the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle and I know the risks of living an unhealthy lifestyle but my problem is, I don’t know how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Over the post 15 years my weight has fluctuated between 170 – 260 lbs. About 5 years ago I started running in an effort to lose weight. I lost 40 lbs. and was able to keep it off for
2 1/2 years. I’m not sure when I lost the commitment and the effort required to maintain a healthy lifestyle, but what I do know is that I have regained 25 lbs. I now have prehypertension and a high resting heart-rate. If I do not regain control of my life and maintain a healthy lifestyle I am at great risk for having a heart attack, a stroke or developing type 2 diabetes. This journey is much more than losing weight and looking good, it truly is a journey to learn what it takes to maintain a healthy lifestyle and be WELL.
My goals for the First 100 Days:
- Lose 20 lbs.
- Be the best version of me
- Tone my back muscles so I can show them off in my wedding dress this October
Occupation: Licensed Esthetician & Licensed Massage Therapist
Weight 185 lbs.
BMI 28.1 (Overweight = 25-29.9)
Blood Pressure 118/76
Resting Heart Rate 66 b.p.m.
What motivated you to begin this journey?
For as long as I can remember, I have always struggled with my weight. Programs that require structure, like Insanity, have worked for me in the past but somewhere along the way I lose my motivation and go back to making unhealthy lifestyle choices. Most recently I trained for my first 1/2 marathon, the Marine Corp Half Marathon in 5/2013. I followed a regimented exercise and diet program every step of the way. On race day not only did I accomplish my goal, I crushed my goal…by 7 minutes! Within a few months after completing that race, I again lost the motivation to eat well and work-out consistently.
I’m about to start a new chapter in my life. I’m getting married this October and I want to be the healthiest I can be for not only myself, but for my future husband and our future children.