Mayor John Sorey on Concept 10 10.
Mayor John Sorey on Concept 10 10.
Mayor John Sorey on Concept 10 10.
Concept 10 10 Training is not only “OK” to perform during pregnancy; in my opinion it is the perfect preparation for pregnancy. It is so well suited to prepare for pregnancy that I feel it should become the “standard of care” for pre-partum and perinatal preparation.
In certain exceptions such as pre-eclampsia or preterm labor the training would have to be discontinued; but in the vast majority of cases it is neglectful to not train. To go into pregnancy not availing yourself of this prenatal care, in my opinion, is much worse than having the occasional glass of wine or cup of coffee.
The risk to the fetus and mother from a difficult labor as a result of poor muscular condition are much greater than the risks that all mothers currently take much more seriously. Someday I hope it will be considered medically and socially unacceptable to not perform High Intensity Training in preparation for pregnancy and labor.
See what Yeal Low, pregnant member of Concept 10 10, has to say about her experience.
As a chiropractor, Dr Amanda Ferguson recognizes that Concept 10 10 is a unique maintenance program after chiropractic adjustments.
Hairstylist LaDonna Roye has worked out at Concept 10 10 in North Naples since 2011.
The workout was perfect for LaDonna. It wasn’t intimidating and she only needed to do it for 20 minutes once per week!
Watch LaDonna here as she describes her experience with Concept 10 10:
Here are some of the key points of why LaDonna said she loves Concept 10 10 better than any other workout she’s ever tried in her life:
Concept 10 10 stands out among the seemingly endless fitness options in Southwest Florida where there are more gyms, added classes and new equipment and gimmicks added to the market daily. If you want something different and something you can count on that is backed by science and dozens of unpaid testimonials and endorsements from this community, you want to learn about Concept 10 10. (When a word or phrase is underlined below, click on it for details and more information.)
Jackie and Andrew Fentiman of Bonita Springs began working out at Concept 10 10 in North Naples about two months ago.
The couple enjoyed several activities including kayaking and pilates. However, they began drifting away from a regular fitness routine.
“I am constantly looking at different fitness options. I read about Concept 10 10, then I stopped in here, saw a sign for a free trial, read about it online… Once we tried the free starter session, we knew it was a good workout,” Jackie Fentiman said.
Just 20 minutes a week in a private one-0n-one session with a trainer was a great draw. The science available on the website made sense. Was it really going to work?
“I thought it was going to kill me,” she said, wide-eyed and smiling regarding that first start session.
After reading about it, Andrew Fentiman said he actually wasn’t that skeptical.
“Just like anyone, we did still wonder if there was a catch though,” he said.
That changed for him after the start session as well.
Despite a lull in their fitness routine before Concept 10 10, previously the couple had worked with a private trainer for 25 years.
“A trainer pushes you, but this is so very different. You can feel the muscles kind of collapsing because of the effort. We all know you have to break down muscle to build it up again. So, intuitively it all made sense,” said Andrew Fentiman.
The Fentimans work and keep a busy schedule, so staying fit and gaining their body’s ultimate level of strength by committing fewer than 20 minutes per week to a workout is a dream come true.
Concept 10 10 founder and owner Jorgen Albrechtsen explains why 20 minutes is “not only enough but the optimal amount” in this video:
Jackie was thrilled that Concept 10 10 gave her the strength to enjoy paddle boarding for the first time.
The results they reported come as no surprise to Concept 10 10 trainers.
In addition to gaining functionality, Jackie’s ongoing neck pain was eliminated.
Best of all, Jackie gives Andrew “the eyes” and exclaims that she loves the way he looks!
Andrew may be a little shy about the compliment regarding the changes in his body that Jackie sees, but he really enjoys it too.
The Fentimans are completely sold on Concept 10 10 and can’t give it up if they wanted to. It didn’t take long.
“We were immediately impressed as soon as we walked in here. It doesn’t look like a gym. Doesn’t smell like a gym. The trainers don’t wear the same clothes, talk the same language. This is something completely different,” said Andrew Fentiman.
It’s true. Where else can you go to get your muscles to the point of complete exhaustion in just 20 minutes so that you don’t have to workout again for another seven days?! A different Concept 10 10 location of course.
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Albrechtsen’s tennis team won for the first time in years at a tournament held at the Dunes Tennis Club, located in the North Naples community where she lives.
Albrechtsen, now a local 2012 season tennis champ, has only been playing tennis at the Dunes for about two years. She did not play the sport at all prior to joining up with her tennis partner Gail Tipito with the Collier Tennis Association.
Pernille and her husband Jorgen Albrechtsen were opening the Concept 10 10 location at the same time she was getting started in the game. The club was set up and operational for the second season of tennis.
Pernille Albrechtsen started working out at Concept 10 10 for 20 minutes about every five to seven days– soon it was even less than 20 minutes per session as her weight was maximized on several of the six machines. Learn about those workout specifics here.
“I’m faster on the court. I can move around and I don’t get tired. Now, I’m stronger than the other girls are. I don’t get injuries the way the other girls do, but I did the first year,” she said.
Albrechtsen suffered a hamstring injury that she attributes in-part to jumping into the game without building up the proper strength.
“You’re not getting stronger playing tennis at the level we’re playing. You’re standing still. Then, when you set off to run after the ball, you’re more likely to get injured,” she said.
Albrechtsen isn’t taking that risk anymore. She admits with a laugh that there are days she wishes the leg press were broken. Despite the fact that it takes only about three minutes or less on each machine, it is tough.
“I know I have to do Concept 10 10 High Intensity Training because it gives me the strength, the power. The better you are at those hard, deep strokes, the opponents can’t take it.”
Another great advantage to her game was that lingering frequent bouts of back pain were alleviated by strength training on the lower back machine at Concept 10 10.
Pernille has always been active. She’s a certified aerobics instructor, fitness trainer and trained more than 200 other aerobics instructors. She also played badminton and handball, her favorite for years. She has the greatest strength of her life because of Concept 10 10.
Want to hear another tennis player’s personal testimonial with Concept 10 10? Watch this video on the Concept 10 10 TV channel on You Tube.
Keep up with golfers, tennis players, beach-goers and otherwise coach potatoes sharing their experiences with Concept 10 10 on the Concept 10 10 Facebook page.
Marathons and triathlons abound South Florida at the beginning of the New Year. The Concept 10 10 training doesn’t include jogging, and, in fact, kind of discourages it. Nonetheless, many runners who are clients of Concept 10 10 said the workout is giving them a leg up come race time.
Concept 10 10 training is the best you can do for your cardiovascular system, owner and founder Jorgen Albrechtsen reports. Jogging and other high-impact, low-intensity exercises are not part of Concept 10 10 because they increase the risk of injury and they are not effective in maximizing physical fitness, he says.
Not having to jog to gain your maximum fitness level is attractive to many Concept 10 10 clients. Jogging is one of the many traditional “aerobic” exercises that damage joints. Non-marathoners may also just find such activity unpleasant. So, these people are in for a treat at Concept 10 10 because running and old-fashioned “aerobics” exercises, often referred to as cardio, are not in the Concept 10 10 exercise routine. Runners are also in for a treat though, because Concept 10 10 clients who enjoy running are reporting increased speed and endurance following training at Concept 10 10 in North Naples.
The Concept 10 10 workout includes just about 20 minutes of work each week on a total of six machines, with each movement done in slow, controlled movements for about 10 seconds lifting the weight and 10 seconds lowering the weight. Beginner clients can benefit by two workouts per week for the first 2 to 3 weeks until they achieve their high intensity weight and perfect the technique of 10 seconds lifting, 10 lowering.
The six exercises increase strength and muscular development by working the muscles until fatigue without any high-impact or risk of injury. Each client works alone with a trainer in a one-on-one setting. The increased strength gained by the ultimate Concept 10 10 workout increases cardiovascular fitness.
“This is cardio at its best. All serious research indicates increasing your muscle mass and increasing your cardio is totally the same thing. If you’ve increased your muscle mass, you’ve increased your cardio performance,” says Jorgen.
Concept 10 10 member Robert Hedgepath gets it. He heard of the science behind Concept 10 10 years ago. Research and first-hand experience sold Robert on the concepts several months ago.
“Well I still believe in cardio, I still like to run, but I know it’s just a matter of being stronger,” he says.
Hear Robert Hedgepath share his experience (and his age) in this video:
So, although it’s not encouraged, Robert still runs regularly. The strength that he’s gained from Concept 10 10 helps in multiple ways. It improved his overall fitness by increasing his upper body strength, which running was not doing for him, he said. Furthermore, the strength gained in his lower body and throughout his body, is helping his running.
Learn more from Jorgen Albrechtsen in this video below on how cardiovascular health is maximized with Concept 10 10 through its high-intensity, low-impact workouts versus low-intensity, high-impact activities such as jogging.
Concept 10 10 is cardiovascular exercise at its best without any jogging or traditional work:
Also, learn more about the myth of cardio and other fitness myths on the Concept 10 10 website (Concept1010Naples.com) as well as in our first newsletter of the New Year coming mid January.
Tracye Zlobl spent too much time in the doctor’s office. Sure, Tracye is a doctor, but still, enough was enough.
Dr. Tracye Zlobl is a 52-year-old OB/GYN practicing in Naples. She has enjoyed physical fitness almost her entire life. That was until earlier this year when neck and upper back pain left her unable to workout as frequently as she would like for nearly six months.
She was spending thousands of dollars and dozens of hours in other clinicians’ offices. Changing her fitness routine from Pilates to Concept 10 10, saved her the hassle of spending all that time and money at the physical therapist’s, chiropractor’s and acupuncturist’s offices.
“I would get a little bit better, go back to Pilates, and re-injure myself,” Dr. Zlobl said of the frustrating cycle she had found herself in prior to Concept 10 10.
Now, however, Zlobl’s sessions of deep tissue massage are precipitated only by an appreciation for relaxation—not by any literal pain in the neck.
Hear in the doctor’s own words how Concept 10 10 saves Dr. Zlobl time and money by clicking here Dr. Zlobl saves time and money with Concept 10 10.
Zlobl learned about Concept 10 10 from a friend, a woman who is her client and used to do Pilates with her. Almost immediately the lack of impact and contact involved in Concept 10 10 attracted Zlobl. The relatively short time commitment of just 20 minutes each week was also appealing for the busy doctor.
Zlobl started with a free trial. She liked the cleanliness and set up of the fitness club. Her trainer, Peter, was professional and made her feel comfortable.
It was enough to attract her to buy a few more sessions. However, it wasn’t until her third week, or third session, that she was completely sold on it, she said. In total she worked out with Concept less than an hour at that point and saw more muscle tone and experienced more strength gain than at any of the multitude of exercise studios she experimented with over the years.
“Concept 10 10 literally saved me time and money,” she said.
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Dr Tracye Zlobl
Getting into the Concept 10 10 business is no pain in the neck either
Inquiries from around the world are coming in from people who would like a Concept 10 10 center in their area. Some of these people want it nearby so they can get a weekly training session. Others want to learn about the possibilities and requirements for starting their own facility by becoming a franchisee or licensee of Concept 10 10.
No specific background is needed to start a Concept 10 10 facility. A franchisee or licensee is chosen based on his or her personality and interest in the concept. All the training and all the tools necessary to start and run the business will then be provided. The training takes place in the Concept 10 10 facility in Naples, Florida and is done in approximately 10 days. New franchisees from all over the world will come there to learn and practice.
The cost to start a Concept 10 10 facility can vary, but in general a minimum of $200,000 is needed. More information can be obtained by e-mailing email@example.com
It’s not only OK to remain physically fit during pregnancy it’s necessary for the health of mom and baby.
Concept 10 10 provides all the benefits of working out during pregnancy without any of the risks, said Jorgen Albrechtsen, founder and developer of Concept 10 10.
A baby’s growth puts pressure on the mother’s hips, butt and back. When you exercise at Concept 10 10 during pregnancy, you improve your posture and get your back, hip, and butt muscles in shape, thus reducing back pain.
Naples resident Andrea Compton can attest to this. The 30 year old mom is about 8 months pregnant with her second son. Her first pregnancy came with intense, nearly constant back pain. Trying to avoid pain again, Andrea signed up at Concept 10 10 about 6 months ago, and is now experiencing the benefits of not only of building visible muscle tone, but also decreasing back pain. “I can only attribute it to Concept 10 10,” she said. Working full time and being mom to Preston, (1 year old), Andrea is pressed for time. At 20 minutes per week, Andrea finds Concept 10 10 easy to fit into her schedule.
Is that short time frame a cop out for a pregnant woman? No way! It’s what all clients do to stay in optimal shape and, because of Concept 10 10’s intensity, it’s plenty.
Unlike Andrea, it’s not uncommon for pregnant women to fear injury from working out. She knows now that Concept 10 10 provides the optimal environment for expectant mothers looking to get in shape and stay in shape because of a personal, one-on-one trainer always present to monitor proper movement. This ensures that all exercises are slow and controlled, while foregoing the impact or contact of many other sports and activities.
“Not only does Concept 10 10 present no risk of injury, it prevents risk of injury”, Jorgen said.
Pregnancy puts a lot of strain on the body, including carrying extra weight 24/7. A lot of women get permanent damage, such as varicose veins, because they are not strong enough to deal with it. Exercise prevents this.
“The worst thing you could do is do nothing thinking it’s protecting the fetus.” Jorgen said.
“You may shun normal sports to avoid risk of injury, but here at Concept 10 10 there is absolutely no risk of injury.”
Unlike tennis or any higher impact sport, Concept 10 10 is safe because there is no contact.
Due to the personal trainer, you won’t be left vulnerable to move in a way that could cause injury to yourself or the unborn baby.
There’s also a big difference between high-intensity and high-impact. Concept 10 10 is high-intensity, but minimal to no impact.
The benefits include an increased ease in getting back to pre-pregnancy weight and shape, particularly because of the boost in metabolism.
Regular exercise minimizes the likelihood of gaining too much weight during pregnancy, often reduces the duration of labor and frequently leads to a leaner healthy birth weight for the baby.
Pregnant women can keep up with their non-pregnant peers despite what their bodies are going through. There is only one machine that most pregnant women will find they can no longer use during the latter part of their pregnancy. The abdominal machine won’t be used about half-way into most pregnancies, Jorgen said. Please consult your doctor prior to engaging in any fitness routine.
Local talk radio host Bob Harden, 65, said he heard about Concept 10 10 through friends. He was skeptical at first, but you have to try it to believe it, Bob says.
It wasn’t long ago that he too says he was duped into believing that hours of work were required to stay in shape. Now, Bob says he knows better.
Bob is known in the area for his time on 98.9 FM WGUF Naples FM Talk Radio’s “The Bob Harden Show.”
He recently retired from the show and will be starting his own live radio show and internet podcast where Concept 10 10 will likely be one of many discussions, he says.
Bob finishes a 20 minute workout without a bead of sweat and not at all breathless thanks to a lack of jogging or traditional cardio work.
That doesn’t mean those muscles aren’t shaking and soon to be feeling a bit weak, as he worked to complete muscle fatigue faster than any other workout he’s tried.