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Alan Freishtat

Alan Freishtat

Alan Freishtat is an A.C.E. CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER and a CERTIFIED WELLNESS COACH with over 18 years of professional experience. He is the co-director of the Jerusalem-based weight loss and stress reduction center Lose It! and is available for private consultations, assessments and personalized workout programs. Alan also lectures and gives seminars and workshops. He can be reached at 02-651-8502 or 050-555-7175, or by email at alan@alanfitness.com Check out the his web site – www.alanfitness.com US Line: 516-568-5027

I’m Digitally Distracted

November 19, 2013, by

We’ve all been there. You are at a Chassidic concert, the singer and orchestra are singing a beautiful song lifting your Neshoma to new heights, and then all of a sudden, you hear a loud, disruptive ring coming from the pocket of the man sitting three rows in front of you.  Your moment is ruined! Perhaps you are in the

The Miracle Cure-all is Strength Training

November 13, 2013, by

When we think of exercise, many of us automatically think more about aerobic exercise than anything else. After all, it is very important that we exercise our heart and lungs most days of the week and walking is something that almost anyone can do, it isn’t that hard to fit it in and it costs

Eating Less When Eating Out

November 4, 2013, by

Sixty or seventy years ago, eating out in a restaurant or buying takeout food was practically nonexistent in our community. A kosher eatery was very rare in those times, most people probably weren’t able to spend any extra money on what at the time was an extravagance. Even in the non–Jewish world, the idea of

Mindful Eating

October 21, 2013, by

When we formulate a food plan, we focus on our food intake. But learning how to eat mindfully while enjoying and savoring each bite of food is just as important.

Starting Over Again—Yet Again

September 30, 2013, by

Every January 1st, we hear about the New Year’s resolutions. Gym memberships soar at the beginning of the New Year, yet by March, the dropout rate at gyms is astonishing. The initial excitement slowly evaporates and we are all back into our mundane rut and bad habits. So how do we get out of the rut and really make the necessary changes?

A Time for Change—Get Inspired!

August 20, 2013, by

It begins with small but consistent steps that eventually turn into a new existence. Everyone can make a small change here and there in order to change their quality of life and overall health for the better.