“Body Fat Test” & Linda Finley Testimonials:
- “In a decade of corporate wellness, I have yet to find anything as powerful for helping my clients reduce body fat and increase healthy leanness as the hydrostatic underwater weighing with Linda Finley of Body Fat Test Mobile Labs. The test is scientific and accurate. The results are significant. Linda is an amazing resource and brings a value added service to my existing clients that they cannot get anywhere else. Hydrostatic weighing with the right wellness coaching support is “THE” standard for managing body composition–it can save you years of frustration and thousands on diet programs that will never work for long term weight loss! Get tanked–GET LEAN, and Be Healthy!”
-Ron Jones, MS, Corporate Wellcoach, Founder, The Lean Berets
- “To stay on track of my personal progress, it is important to know such parameters as body fat percentage. Over the course of time, I’ve resorted to using bioelectrical impedance and calipers to gauge my body fat, but knew these have degrees of variance. Hydrostatic weighing, on the other hand, is known as the gold standard for accuracy. After about a 10-year quest, and thanks to Linda Finley, I was finally able to get a true reading. All the stories I heard about hydrostatic weighing being difficult and invasive are completely unwarranted. It was not difficult at all, Linda made me feel very comfortable, and as an added bonus, the entire process took less than 15 minutes. I highly recommend getting “tanked” if you are just starting an exercise program, training for a competition or a recreational exerciser.”
-Kevin Rail, Special Ops, The Lean Berets
“Get LEAN” Coaching Testimonials for Ron Jones:
I can’t speak for others, but what makes the daily 30 work for me is the no excuse concept.Don’t be a sissy–just do SOMETHING every day.It is like a zero tolerance policy for fitness BS.No excuses eliminates a lot of rationalizations. –Daniel Wolfe, Attorney, Indiana
The 30×30 challenge was a great fitness motivator. Prior to the challenge, I was usually active 3-4 days a week, but I lacked any real workout regimen. The challenge forced me to consciously think about getting exercise every day with no excuses. During the 30 days, I performed my DWU every day and did a short kettlebell workout about half of the days (waking up 30 minutes earlier on these days to get in my workout). Some days the alarm went off and I really wanted to hit snooze, but the challenge got me out of bed. On days when I had no time for a morning workout, I found creative ways to get my 30 minutes like walking on the treadmill workstation or taking a walk for lunch. Some days when I came home from a long day at work I was tempted to hit the easy chair and relax, but the challenge got my out on the trampoline with my kids or out for a walk with my wife. During the last week I came down with a cold that sapped a lot of my energy, but again the challenge kept me going. What the 30×30 challenge showed me is that with just a little bit of effort I can overcome all of the excuses not to exercise.
During the 30 days, I felt in some of the best shape of my life. I plan on continuing with this challenge and will maintain a daily log of my exercise to ensure that I do.
–Joseph Roberts, California
Thanks for the challenge…I feel more alive and full of energy… my body seems lighter and more fluid with less aches and pains. Most importantly my mind is clearer and focused… old past thoughts don’t affect me as much and I am more able to be present in the moment.
I think one of the most important aspects about exercise is the removal of toxins from the system and a general feeling of confidence and well being.
For me it’s a balance between movement and a connection with my Inner Self which always exists within in the form of peace and stillness… a state beyond the mind.
Keep up the good work! With gratitude for helping improve the lives of others.
–Garry Forte, Pennsylvania
I loved it. It seems strange that it should make such a difference. I was exercising fairly regularly – several times a week for various lengths of times 20 to 45 minutes a session. What this commitment did was have me focused on 30 minutes each day so I actually got in quite a bit more exercise. I still did 10 minutes breaks @ work in gym, walked on errands, used walk station @ work each day to answer email (as I am doing with this email right now) etc. but I didn’t count those to the dedicated 30 minutes. As I consequence I got more exercise in and dedicating 30 minutes for the sole purpose of exercising mentally made a difference. Thanks again for all the encouragement.
–Eileen McKay, California
I just returned from my Egypt trip and indeed, I worked out for at least 30 minutes every day while away. There were days I’d work out at the Hotel gym (Semiramis in Cairo) and other days I’d work out at the small gym on several ships (Prince Abbas on Lake Nassar and the Royal Lotus while on the Nile). My 30 minutes went quickly by as I was on the elliptical machines peering out the window at the Nile and the river front crops and wildlife.
I so enjoyed the commitment of exercise and in sticking to it. I particularly enjoyed the exercise in the office gym prior to my trip but did stick to it while traveling.
I found that, in the scheme of life, it is easy to find 30 minutes to work out if one is committed to the goal. I look forward to continuing this trend throughout the year.
I lost 5 pounds and feel more toned.
Thanks for initiating this program as I’m sure each and every one of us benefited so much from all your hard work for this program.
–Bonnie Bloeser, California
Ever since I heard of the 30×30 challenge I wanted to try it. After I graduated from H.S. in 2003, I stopped participating in sports on a regular basis. I’ve always been very active. Running, soccer, swimming…high school sports kept me regular. But once college started my routines began to fall apart. Ever since I’ve been a serial exerciser. Gym membership here, yoga membership there. You name it, I’ve tried it. I would work out. But nothing stuck. I couldn’t get into a groove. I wanted to live my life and have exercise be a non-negotiable. A permanent routine. Something I just do, like brushing my teeth after I wake up. Moving to NYC was step one…I walked everywhere. However, it took me getting rid of my car to seriously start the 30×30. I realized that I LOVE biking. LOVE LOVE LOVE. Love the burn, the payoff that comes from crushing a hill…Also, I have a climbing gym above where I work. I’ve always liked climbing but didn’t have access. Now I do that 2-3 times a week. I think the key with making exercise happen is finding things you love and doing them.
–Rachel Tracewski, Pennsylvania