When you partner with Prime Surgicare for your bariatric journey, we’ll provide you with all the tools you need to achieve long-term weight loss success, including our Bariatric Wellness Exercise Program, a customized fitness program exclusively for people who have undergone weight loss surgery.
The program is operated by the CentraState Fitness and Wellness Center, one of central Jersey’s largest state-of-the-art facilities (membership is not required), just a quick walk from our offices.
Your program will be managed by certified fitness professionals who specialize in post-op bariatric fitness training. They will help you to safely increase calorie burning and boost resting metabolism so you’ll burn more calories even when you are not working out.
Not only will adding a fitness program help you lose weight faster, it will help tone your body as the extra weight comes off.
Comprehensive Services Located Under One Roof — Ours!
Part of Prime Surgicare’s comprehensive bariatric program is to offer patients the convenience of a full spectrum of specialized care and services — all in one convenient location.
So if you have an appointment to see our bariatric dietitian or need a blood test at CentraState Medical Center, you can then head over to your fitness session just steps away.
How The Personal Training Program Works
Certified fitness professionals will work with you — and your healthcare team — to establish an exercise routine that is safe, fun and effective, in accordance with your fitness level, medical history and age.
You’ll learn to add movement and exercise back into your daily routine.
As the weight comes off, your customized program will change accordingly.
The program is 16 one-hour sessions.
The cost is $12.50/session ($200/total).
Promote body fat loss with a greater reduction in the abdominal area
Improving heart health
Increase insulin sensitivity
Maximize weight loss
How Soon After Surgery Should You Begin a Fitness Program?
Depending on your bariatric procedure, Dr. Seun will let you know when you can safely begin a small training program, which is typically: