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We proud to announce that we are officially using medical
grade Metabolic Testing device, one of the most
advanced and effective biometric labs previously only
accessible to professional and elite athletes.
This testing system is the very highest standard of health
assessments and data-driven physiology.
Unlock a comprehensive assessment of your health,
fitness levels, breathing patterns, training zones, and
Empowered with this valuable information, we’ll be able to
draw up a highly effective and results-driven plan that you
can use to train like an athlete to smash your personal
bests, lose weight, or increase your physical endurance
while lengthening your lifespan.

During your test, we’ll measure and analyse your
system vitals to determine the effectiveness of your
breathing, your lungs, your heart, and your cells while
burning fat or carbohydrates.
Using the insight we gain, we’ll laser-target any
weaknesses in your health, nutrition, or fitness and
provide you with dietary and personal training advice
This is the fastest way to fix your unique challenges as
quickly as possible to improve your performance, reduce
your weight, and increase your overall health.Nine out of ten diets you try will fail. However, that's not because you don't have the willpower to follow them. It's because they were never meant to work. For your metabolism to lose weight, you need to eat fewer calories than you burn. This will create an energy deficit, also known as a calorie deficit. To cover this calorie deficit, your body will use your fat reserves, causing you to lose weight. But the question people often face is, how many calories should they eat to create a healthy calorie deficit?

Activity trackers and formulas are on average 25% off. That means when they give you a reading of 2000 calories, it can actually be anywhere from 1500 to 2500 calories. You may be eating too many calories, which means you are not losing weight, or too few calories, which may be slowing down your metabolism. Our metabolic analysis is the most accurate method for overcoming this problem. The test will tell you exactly how many calories you burn, taking away the guesswork of figuring out how much you need to eat and lose weight.

Our metabolic analysis device measures a variety of key physiological parameters such as Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) and Active Metabolic Rate (AMR), which are important indicators of how many calories your body burns at rest and during activity, respectively. Our device also measures your VO2 max, which is the maximum amount of oxygen your body can use during exercise. In addition, it provides real-time data on your oxygen consumption, carbon dioxide production, and respiratory exchange ratio. These parameters are important indicators of your metabolism and can help us identify any imbalances or inefficiencies in your energy production.

As you lose weight, your body will slow down its metabolism, meaning it will start to burn fewer calories than normal. It does so because it's programmed to survive, and it will try to use less energy since it's receiving less. A metabolic slowdown will make weight loss harder, as burning fewer calories means you need to eat less to maintain the same calorie deficit. But the good news is that you can prevent this by following a personalized workout plan tailored to your metabolism.

Our metabolic analysis provides you with the optimal balance of cardio HIIT and resistance training that will maximize the speed with which you lose weight while also preventing your metabolism from slowing down. The test also pinpoints the exercise intensity and heart rate where you burn the most fat, as well as how effectively you burn fats and carbohydrates in different exercise intensities. This allows us to prescribe the optimal breakdown of fats, protein, and carbs for your metabolism.

A nutrition and workout program that's tailored to your metabolism is the fastest and safest way to healthy and sustainable weight loss. Contact OHANA Performance Institute today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards achieving your weight loss goals.

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