BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - On Wednesday, Sept. 30 at 8 p.m., author and nutrition expert Dr. Tom Bilella will be hosting a free “Secrets to Unlocking Rapid Fat Loss” seminar at Gabriele Fitness & Performance.
“The biggest problem most people face when they try to lose weight isn’t a lack of knowledge. They struggle because they don’t know how to take what they know and put it into action. Dr. Tom is a master of creating healthier habits,” says Vince Gabriele, owner of Gabriele Fitness & Performance.
“If you’ve been trying to get in shape but haven’t seen results, the information he’ll be sharing will definitely help you.”
Dr. Tom will be sharing the biggest tips and secrets he’s learned over his 26-year career. The owner of the Nutrition Treatment Center in Red Bank, NJ, he’s helped everyone from busy parents to professional athletes (as the team nutritionist for the New York Jets).
Attendees will learn:
- The difference between "losing weight" and “burning fat” - and which one is better for your health
- How to create habits that will melt body fat while building muscle for improved health & performance
- A simple strategy for using supplements to boost your health and rapidly accelerate fat loss
- The best kinds of exercise to improve body composition
To register for this free event, visit http://gabrielefitness.com/drtom. Seats are limited, so early registration is required.
Gabriele Fitness & Performance is a fitness & youth athlete training center in Berkeley Heights, NJ. They focus on transforming lives by training and educate adults & children in health, fitness, and sports performance. They are located at 20 Locust Ave., Berkeley Heights. To learn more, visit http://gabrielefitness.com.
Dr. Tom Bilella is a Certified Clinical Nutritionist and owner of the Nutrition Treatment Center in Red Bank, NJ. In addition to being the nutrition for World Class Athletes and Pro Bowl Football Players, he provides natural strategies and lifestyle support to help busy people achieve their highest health potential and prevent disease.