Warrior Fit La

Welcome Living Social Members!!! Please call 310-500-5250 for offer details, including reservations, class times and availability. Thank you! Warrior Fit LA encompasses all aspects of fitness.

We believe that providing our clients with every tool they need to accomplish their goals ensures their continued success in their new way of life. We offer private and specialized training, boot camp and group classes (ocean view or park setting), nutrition counseling, self defense training, MMA training and more. Please call for detailed list of services offered.

Operating as usual

[12/07/15]   10 Benefits Of Hiring A Personal Trainer!

9. Benefit From the Buddy System.

What could be better than making a commitment to regularly meet with someone who will provide you with individualized attention and support?

10. Take Charge of Your Program, and Do It Your Way.

With the right personal trainer, you can find the exercise program that works best for you. Are you more comfortable with a demanding program or a gentler approach? Would you like to train at home or at work, at a fitness club or in a personal trainer’s facility? How many times per week or month do you want to meet your personal trainer, and for how long? Carefully choosing a personal trainer enables you to select the type of guidance that will benefit you. You can get fit and healthy your way and take ultimate responsibility for your own health.

[12/01/15]   10 Benefits Of Hiring A Personal Trainer!

7. Learn New Skills.

Want to improve your tennis game, learn to ski, become an in-line skater, golf like a pro, better your weekend basketball game or get ready for a wilderness adventure vacation? An individualized program can improve your overall conditioning and develop the specific skills you need.

8. Enhance Your Mind, Body and Spirit.

A personal trainer can act as a doorway to new personal growth experiences. Many personal trainers provide mind-body activities, such as yoga or tai chi sessions. Your personal trainer may help you uncover new insights about yourself or find potential you didn’t realize you had.

[11/24/15]   10 Benefits Of Hiring A Personal Trainer!

5. Find the Right Way to Work Out. You will learn the correct way to use equipment, and appropriate form and technique for cardiovascular work and free-weight training.

6. Stop Wasting Time. Get maximum results in minimum time with a program designed specifically for you. Workouts that use your strengths and improve on your weaknesses are efficient and effective.

[11/23/15]   10 Benefits Of Hiring A Personal Trainer!

3.Learn to Stick to It.

Sticking with well-intentioned plans is one of the biggest challenges exercisers face. Qualified personal trainers can provide motivation for developing a lifestyle that places a high priority on health and activity. A personal trainer can help you brainstorm ways to overcome your biggest obstacles to exercise.

4. Focus on Your Unique Health Concerns.

Mayo Clinic surveys show that 50 percent of personal trainers clients have special medical needs, such as arthritis, diabetes or obesity. A personal trainer can help you with these or other issues, including low-back pain, rehabilitation from injury and pre/postnatal training. Your personal trainer can work with your physician, physical therapist or other health care provider to plan a safe, efficient program that will speed your recovery or enable you to reach your health goals.

[11/19/15]   10 Benefits Of Hiring A Personal Trainer!

1. Improve Your Overall Fitness.

IDEA surveys show the primary reason people hire personal trainers is to get professional assistance to improve cardiovascular health, strength, flexibility, endurance, posture, balance and coordination. A personal trainer will monitor your progress and fine-tune your program as you go, helping you work your way off plateaus.

2. Reach or Maintain a Healthy Weight.

Body fat reduction, weight reduction or management, body shaping and toning can all be achieved with the aid of a qualified personal trainer, who can help you set realistic goals and determine safe strategies, all while providing the encouragement you need.

[11/17/15]   10 Great Reasons To Exercise!

9. Improves the quality of sleep.

Researchers have found that exercisers go to sleep more quickly, sleep more soundly and are more refreshed than individuals who do not exercise.

10. Prepares the muscular system for the upcoming (more strenuous) physical activity.

Numerous studies have shown that individuals who exercise regularly have better memories, better reaction times and better levels of concentration than non-exercisers. All factors considered, research suggests that exercise can do for your mind what it does for your body — energize and revitalize it!

[11/17/15]   10 Great Reasons To Exercise!

7. Can slow the aging process.

It is never too late to improve the functional quality of your life. Sound exercise can slow the age-related decline in the various physiological systems that many individuals experience as they get older. For example, instead of losing aerobic fitness, as older adults often do, typically at the rate of 10 percent per year, proper exercise can increase your aerobic capacity as you age. Furthermore, sound strength training exercise can reverse the loss of muscular fitness that typically occurs in older adults.

8. Increases the “good” (HDL) cholesterol.

Exercise is one of the few voluntary activities that is effective in raising your level of HDL — the type of cholesterol that lowers your risk of heart disease. In fact, research indicates that for every 1 percent increase in HDL you experience, you incur a 2 to 3 percent reduction in your risk for heart disease. At the same time, exercise increases our level of HDL, it lowers the LDL (the “bad” cholesterol).

[11/11/15]   10 Great Reasons To Exercise!

5. Offers an excellent way to reduce stress:
Several studies indicate that exercise dissipates hormones and other chemicals that build up during periods of stress. Exercise also generates a period of substantial emotional and physical relaxation that sets in about an hour and a half after a relatively intense bout of physical activity.

6. Reduces the risk of heart disease:
Experts have found that non-exercisers have two times the risk of heart disease than individuals who exercise regularly. Exercise has been found to increase the ability of the blood to clear away clots in the blood vessels. Furthermore, individuals who exercise on a regular basis are at least 20 percent less likely to suffer a fatal heart attack. The point to remember is that your heart needs more than love — it needs the beneficial consequences of exercise (reduced demand on the heart to pump blood, increased stroke volume, lowered heart rate, less wear on your cardiovascular system).

[11/09/15]   Top 10 Reasons Why Exercise Is Important!

3. Increases your metabolism.

A person’s basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the amount of energy used by the body while awake and in a state of complete rest. The BMR is affected by several things — gender, body composition and activity level. A regular exercise program will help prevent a decline in both your lean body mass and your BMR. Additionally, the need to rely on exercise to maintain a caloric/metabolic rate balance would be lessened if you also incorporate other forms of physical activity into your daily routine (gardening, yard work, house-cleaning, taking the stairs, etc.).

4. Enhances self-image.

Research has documented the assertion that individuals who exercise regularly feel better about themselves than do sedentary individuals. Strong evidence exists that all factors considered, the more you exercise (to a point), the more your sense of well-being, personal value and self-esteem goes up.

[11/05/15]   Top 10 Reasons Why Exercise Is Important!

1. Improves the quality of your life:

The old adage, “add life to your years, as well as years to your life by exercise,” has considerable merit. A properly designed exercise program will give you more energy to do the activities you enjoy and will enhance your functional capability to do the things you like to do at home, work and play.

2. Relieves depression:

Several noted psychologists have concluded, “exercise is nature’s best tranquilizers.” Researchers have found, for example, that mild to moderately depressed individuals who engage in aerobic exercise for 15-30 minutes at least every other day typically experience a positive mood swing within two to three weeks.

[11/03/15]   10 Ways To Beat The Holiday Bulge!

9. In contrast to our “sports mentality” to pick up the pace, when eating, SLOW DOWN!

If you’re competitive by nature, you may be inclined to “hurry” your meals. Unfortunately, you won’t win a medal by eating fast and you’ll make it even harder to win one at your next race with those additional pounds slowing your pace. It takes at least 20 minutes for our brains to signal that we’re actually full, which means a slow eater will consume less calories before feeling full than someone who races through their meal. So rather than attempting to finish your plate first, see if you can outlast the competition by being the last to finish.

10. Remember the law of diminishing returns:

Doesn’t the first bite always taste the best? When looking at brain chemicals signaling “pleasure,” scientists have found that we receive less pleasure the more we eat of a food. So rather than feeling like you must eat a full serving of every dessert at a holiday meal, take a bite or two and receive 90 percent of the pleasure at 10 percent of the calories.

[11/02/15]   10 Ways To Beat The Holiday Bulge!

7. Eat four to six smaller meals rather than “saving” yourself for that special holiday meal:

Do you honestly think you can resist the smell of a holiday kitchen when you’re starving? Chances aren’t too favorable. Not only do smaller, more frequent meals enhance metabolic activity (meaning you burn more calories during the day), your less likely to binge on those holiday treats.

To help curb your appetite before a party, choose to snack on “heavy” foods or those that contain a high water content like broth-based soups, fruits and vegetables. Appetite-control researchers have found that your brain may monitor how much you eat based on the weight of your food. One study discovered that people automatically stop eating when they consume a particular weight of food, regardless of the amount of fat or calories.

If the food was light, but high in calories, study participants could easily consume 1,000 calories without feeling satisfied. But they stopped eating heavier low-calorie foods after just a few hundred calories. For example, for 300 calories, you could either have a couple handfuls of chips or five oranges. So instead of eating lightweight foods like chips, crackers, rice cakes and popcorn to curb your appetite, choose heavier foods like fruits and vegetables.

8. Plan a workout before a holiday party or big meal:

Why not use all those scrumptious holiday foods as recovery from a hard run or bicycle ride? In the one or two hours after intense exercise, our bodies are more sensitive to the hormone insulin, which helps transport sugars to our depleted muscles. All those precious carbohydrates found in starchy holiday dishes like mashed potatoes, or sugars found in cranberry sauce or pumpkin pie are excellent for glycogen replenishment. And the protein you’ll get from that holiday turkey meal will help repair damaged tissue. Furthermore, our metabolism is heightened after a hard effort, meaning we’re more effective at burning those little “indulgences” that may otherwise pack on the unwanted weight for upcoming training.

[10/29/15]   10 Ways To Beat The Holiday Bulge!

5. Find yourself a trainer
Rolling out of bed for a 6 a.m. gym session is much harder to skip when you’re obligated by an eagerly awaiting trainer. Ask a friend for a referral or research the area in which you live or will be traveling to. It will be time and money that is very well spent.

6. Treat yourself
No, not to that extra slice of pumpkin pie. If it’s within your budget, indulge in new workout clothing or fitness equipment before Thanksgiving to boost motivation throughout the holiday season.

[10/28/15]   10 Ways To Beat The Holiday Bulge!

3. Make it official:

Sign up for a race, competition, or fitness-y vacation like a hiking or bike trip in January or February so you have a good reason (and plenty of motivation) to stay in shape over the holidays.

4. Try feet-first sightseeing:

If you’re traveling or going on vacation, explore a new city on foot or bike instead of in a car or by public trans

[10/26/15]   10 Ways To Beat The Holiday Bulge!

1. Get out there:
Snuggling under the blankets with a mug of hot chocolate is fine and dandy, but it probably won’t help you out in the fitness department. Instead of baking cookies or playing board games, pass the time with an active pursuit like snowshoeing, hiking, or even building snowmen or igloos.

2. Set a challenge:
Each year, Runner’s World magazine challenges readers to run every single day (logging at least one mile per day) between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. Pounding the pavement not your style? Create your own challenge, whether it involves trying a new bodyweight exercise every day, testing different yoga poses, or experimenting with an unfamiliar running workout.

[10/01/15]   10 Quick, Easy And Healthy Recipes:

Chicken Pot Pie:

1/2 (15-ounce) package refrigerated pie dough (such as Pillsbury)
Cooking spray
1/8 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon dried rubbed sage
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
8 ounces chicken breast tenders, cut into bite-sized pieces $
1 1/4 cups water
1 1/2 cups frozen mixed vegetables
1 cup mushrooms, quartered
1 (10 1/2-ounce) can condensed reduced-fat, reduced-sodium cream of chicken soup
Preparation

Preheat oven to 425°.
Cut 3 (4-inch) circles out of dough; discard remaining dough. Place dough circles on a baking sheet coated with cooking spray. Lightly coat dough with cooking spray; sprinkle evenly with 1/8 teaspoon salt. Pierce top of dough with a fork. Bake dough at 425° for 8 minutes or until golden.
Combine flour, sage, 1/4 teaspoon salt, and pepper in a zip-top plastic bag; add chicken. Seal bag, and toss to coat. Heat a large nonstick skillet coated with cooking spray over medium-high heat. Add chicken mixture; cook 5 minutes, browning on all sides. Stir in water, scraping pan to loosen browned bits. Stir in vegetables, mushrooms, and soup; bring to a boil. Reduce heat, and cook 10 minutes. Spoon 1 cup chicken mixture into each of 3 (1-cup) ramekins or bowls; top each serving with 1 piecrust.

Southwest Omelet:

2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
1/4 teaspoon salt
4 large egg whites
1 large egg
1/2 cup canned black beans, rinsed and drained
1/4 cup chopped green onions
1/4 cup (1 ounce) reduced-fat shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup bottled salsa $
Cooking spray
Preparation

Combine first 4 ingredients in a medium bowl, stirring with a whisk. Combine beans, onions, cheese, and salsa in a medium bowl.
Heat a medium nonstick skillet coated with cooking spray over medium heat. Pour egg mixture into pan; let egg mixture set slightly. Tilt pan and carefully lift edges of omelet with a spatula; allow uncooked portion to flow underneath cooked portion. Cook 3 minutes; flip omelet. Spoon bean mixture onto half of omelet. Carefully loosen omelet with a spatula; fold in half. Cook 1 minute or until cheese melts. Slide omelet onto a plate; cut in half.

[09/28/15]   10 Quick, Easy And Healthy Recipes:

1 – Easy Margherita Pizza:

1 (10-ounce) can refrigerated pizza crust dough Cooking spray
1 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil, divided
1 garlic clove, halved
5 plum tomatoes, thinly sliced (about 3/4 pound)
1 cup (4 ounces) shredded fresh mozzarella cheese
1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar
1/2 cup thinly sliced fresh basil
1/8 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon black pepper

-Preparation:

Preheat oven to 400°.
Unroll crust dough onto a baking sheet coated with cooking spray; pat into a 13 x 11-inch rectangle. Bake at 400° for 8 minutes. Remove crust from oven, and brush with 1/2 teaspoon oil. Rub crust with cut sides of garlic.
Arrange tomato slices on crust, leaving a 1/2-inch border; sprinkle evenly with cheese. Bake at 400° for 12 minutes or until cheese melts and crust is golden.
Combine 1/2 teaspoon oil and vinegar, stirring with a whisk.
Sprinkle pizza evenly with sliced basil, salt, and pepper. Drizzle the vinegar mixture evenly over the pizza. Cut pizza into 8 pieces.

2 – Lemon Shallot Scallops:

2 teaspoons olive oil 1 1/2 pounds sea scallops
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
2 teaspoons butter
3 tablespoons minced shallots
1/2 teaspoon bottled minced garlic
1/4 cup dry white wine
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh parsley
Lemon wedges (optional)

-Preparation:

Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Sprinkle sea scallops with salt and pepper. Add scallops to pan, and sauté 2 minutes on each side. Remove scallops from pan, and keep warm.

Melt butter in pan. Add shallots and garlic; sauté 30 seconds. Add wine and juice; cook 1 minute. Return scallops to pan; toss to coat. Remove from heat; sprinkle with parsley. Serve with lemon wedges, if desired.

[09/25/15]   10 Great Ways To Get Back On Track With Exercise!

9. Aim for Daily Exercise – Of course there will be days where you miss it but if you aim for it every day and put it on your calendar you will at least end up with a solid 4 or 5 days of movement.

10. Give up the Booze – Getting on the wagon is the quickest way to lose the bloat. Not only will you save the extra calories, your willpower will be stronger to resist forbidden foods and your hunger will be more moderate.

Want your business to be the top-listed Gym/sports Facility in Los Angeles?

Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.

Location

Telephone

Address


11355 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
90025

Opening Hours

Monday 06:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 06:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 06:00 - 20:00
Thursday 06:00 - 20:00
Friday 06:00 - 17:00
Saturday 08:30 - 14:00
Sunday 08:30 - 14:00
Other Gyms in Los Angeles (show all)
Workoutismylife Workoutismylife
California
Los Angeles, 4324324

this page about how to make your life surrounding with the workout and sport to make your life more healthier and more fresh

Siesta Yoga Siesta Yoga
1825 N Western Ave
Los Angeles, 90027

We offer Yoga of many types: Hatha • Ashtanga • Vinyasa Flow • Restorative We hold monthly sound baths and a variety of other healing workshops. Parking is available in a small lot behind the studio. Be sure your spot is marked "Siesta Yoga."

M Pilates Method M Pilates Method
1 St
Los Angeles, 90026

Classical Pilates Method

Phys. Ed. Studio Silverlake Phys. Ed. Studio Silverlake
1724 1/2 Silver Lake Blvd
Los Angeles, 90026

Welcome to Phys. Ed. Studio where improving your fitness education and goals has never been more exciting!

Hwarangdo West L.A. Academy Hwarangdo West L.A. Academy
UCLA
Los Angeles, 90095

Hwa Rang Do is The Most Comprehensive Martial Art in the World. .

The Gym L.A. Unbooked Appointments The Gym L.A. Unbooked Appointments
11567 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, 90025

Voted one of the Top Ten Training Gym's in LA.

Studio Metamorphosis Studio Metamorphosis
2104 Colorado Blvd
Los Angeles, 90041

At Metamorphosis we believe in change, we believe in challenge, we believe in you! Let's Run, Ride & Shred!

Strong Sports Gym Strong Sports Gym
1318 North Spring Street
Los Angeles, 90012

Gym for self defense, competition, and health.

15 Day Diet Plans 15 Day Diet Plans
1436 S La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, 90035-3764

15day diet plans is you ultimate guide on how to reduce weight and what are the perfect diets.

Crossfit Kids at CFHW Crossfit Kids at CFHW
310 S La Brea Ave, Ste D
Los Angeles, 90036

Curves Curves
4870 Eagle Rock Blvd
Los Angeles, 90041

A 30-minute strength training Fitness Franchise that helps women keep toned and fit.

Hollywood Gym Hollywood Gym
1551 N La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, 90028

The World famous Hollywood Gym is a multi-level Health & Fitness Center located in the heart of Hollywood, California. We offer World Class Amenities & Services for our members from around the world.

About   Contact   Privacy   FAQ   Login C