"Eat Well!"

What you eat on a day-to-day basis is extremely important for training and recovery.

For every physical activity the body requires energy. The amount of energy the body requires depends on the duration and type of activity. Your diet will affect how well and how fast you progress towards your goals. A balanced diet should provide you with the required nutrients, but it does need to be monitored. The simplest way to monitor one's energy balance is to keep a regular log of your meals and exercise. Vital Physique uses an Android, iPhone, and Microsoft compatible fitness application to observe client's nutrient ratios, calorie intake, energy output, metabolism efficiency, and dietary habits.

Personalization is the key to success in obtaining goals.

Vital Physique custom-tailors each meal plan based on the unique metabolism and dietary needs of every individual. Whether you want to bulk up, slim down, or even manage your blood pressure, our tailored nutrition programs will supply you with consistent energy throughout the day, while taking the guesswork out of meal planning and grocery shopping.


"Shop Smart"

Put an end to the days of aimlessly walking around the grocery store aisles.

With every food product you need in one store and so many selections to choose from, grocery shopping should be a breeze. Unfortunately, grocery stores have hidden traps and manipulative layouts; they are designed to trick even the savviest shoppers into buying more food. Aisle by aisle, Vital Physique Personal Trainer and Nutritionist, Jamie L. Reinhardt, will answer your food and nutrition questions, show you how to read labels, help you make better food choices, introduce you to new ingredients, and provide grocery shopping and meal planning tips. You will learn how to keep your pantry stocked, accurately interpret product health claims, shop seasonally, and save money. If you want to eat healthy, but find food shopping overwhelming, this grocery store tour is for you.

Nutrition Plans

There are two types of meals: utilitarian and everything else.

The times when you use phrases such as "I'm starving!" and "What's for dinner?" are when disorganization can work against you. If you don't have an organized meal plan, you may be more likely to choose an unhealthy fast food joint for dinner. Following a meal plan takes a little dedication, but it will save you money and stress in the upcoming week.