Legacy Fit Founder Features In Top Florida Magazine on Nutrition and Diet

Manning Sumner, founder of Miami's top bootcamp gym and professional athlete training facility, Legacy Fit, was featured this month in Florida Trends Magazine, offering health and nutrition tips to busy executives and up-and-comers.

Automation, technology, the internet...all of the modern conveniences of the day are creating a need for more and more fitness centers and health and wellness knowledge. Miami, Florida alone, has seen a 39% increase in health and fitness centers and gyms between 2011 and 2015.

“There is a huge demand for gyms,” stated Manning Sumner, founder of Miami's top bootcamp gym and professional athlete training facility, Legacy Fit. “But our health and wellness isn't just about working out on a regular basis. Nutrition is equally important.”

The creator behind the nationally known No Days OFF movement, Sumner wrote the lifestyle guide of the same name with a holistic vision in mind, inclusive of diet and exercise.

“No Days OFF is the ultimate guide for those who want to live life to the fullest,” Sumner added. “It's not about working out every day but it is about doing the best you can when you do work out, or do anything in life.”

Living by his own philosophy, Sumner has built one of the fastest growing bootcamp gym franchises in the country today, as cited by Entrepreneur Magazine. The Legacy Fit program, a 20-station workout combining resistance and high intensity interval training was designed by the author and former Auburn University linebacker based on his experience as a collegiate athlete and private personal trainer to professional athletes.

“Legacy Fit, no matter which location, is an NFL level facility, offering the most effective and state-of-the-art fitness equipment and environment available,” continued Sumner. “But physical fitness is as much nutritionally based as it is based on exercise.”

Unlike many programs, No Days OFF at Legacy Fit accommodates a wide variety of lifestyles regarding diet and nutrition, applying needed help where appropriate.

Sumner told Florida Trends Magazine in the January 2017 issue, “I talk more about how to make nutrition habits fit their lifestyles. If you have someone who works a lot and is always eating out, maybe do meal plans. If someone likes structure, we'll talk about meal prepping. If someone enjoys going to restaurants, we discuss how to order and what to order.”

While many fitness centers demand a member follow a “meal plan” consisting of supplied, pre-made dietary meals that may or may not be appropriate for one’s particular lifestyle, Sumner and Legacy Fit take a more relaxed approach.

“Our trainers work hard, as do our members,” Sumner explained. “We don't need to deny a good meal or a cheeseburger, for goodness sake, when they burn calories in the hundreds, every time they come to the gym. And when you start to follow the No Days OFF way of life, eating right becomes second nature. You feel better and stronger when your diet is healthy.”

Florida Trends Magazine is available for subscription through www.floridatrend.com

For more information on Legacy Fit Miami, visit www.legacyfit.com

To sign up for a FREE first bootcamp class, visit miamifl.legacyfit.com/sign-up-now

To learn about franchising Legacy Fit, visit www.legacyfit.com/franchise/

For a kindle or paperback copy of “No Days OFF” by Jonathan Manning Sumner, visit Amazon.com

**JD Arbuckle is a freelance journalist specializing in consumer education on a variety of topics including health and wellness, physical fitness and nutrition.

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