Real Talk: Can I Exercise on Red Mountain’s Diet Plans?

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Here are a few tips if you decide to incorporate exercise into your routine while on one of our weight loss programs.

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Real Talk with the Red Mountain Experts

Absolutely! You are able to exercise on RM3® and Flex with Revolex™ – and it is actually recommended. If you decide to incorporate exercise into your routine, here are a few tips to keep in mind:

Flex with Revolex

There are no limitations on exercise while on the Flex™ plan. You should incorporate at least 150 minutes of physical activity per week. We encourage a mix of cardio and muscle-building exercises to strengthen and tone, such as Pilates.

RM3

No more than 30-45 minutes of light to moderate exercise is advised due to the restrictiveness of the diet. If you overexert yourself, your body could go into stress/ starvation mode and slow weight loss or even use your muscle mass for energy, which we want to avoid.

Light to moderate cardio is ideal for RM3. This type of exercise allows you to continue a conversation, even if it is a bit breathy. Resistance bands and light weights are another option that helps tone and strengthen.

Remember to always listen to your body. If you feel like you are getting fatigued quickly or dizzy, you should modify your workout.

Our dedicated team is here to support you as you take the first step on your weight loss journey towards a healthier and happier you. Book your consultation now to get started.

Courtney Kinnear is a Board-Certified Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. She graduated from Covenant School of Nursing, then completed her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the University of Texas at Arlington, where she later obtained her Master of Science in Nursing to become a Nurse Practitioner. Before working at Red Mountain Weight Loss, she worked in the Emergency Room and perioperative services as a Registered Nurse for 7 years. As a Nurse Practitioner, Courtney practiced at a Phase 1 Research facility. In her spare time, Courtney enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter and her many pets: 4 dogs and a cat. Her hobbies include traveling, wine tasting, and getting outdoors.

Stephanie Bray

Courtney Kinnear is a Board-Certified Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. She graduated from Covenant School of Nursing, then completed her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the University of Texas at Arlington, where she later obtained her Master of Science in Nursing to become a Nurse Practitioner. Before working at Red Mountain Weight Loss, she worked in the Emergency Room and perioperative services as a Registered Nurse for 7 years. As a Nurse Practitioner, Courtney practiced at a Phase 1 Research facility. In her spare time, Courtney enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter and her many pets: 4 dogs and a cat. Her hobbies include traveling, wine tasting, and getting outdoors.

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