What You Should Know
FitRx is weight loss retreat designed to improve the quality of life for individuals as well as couples. The program emphasizes fitness training, diet and nutrition. The facility, run by fitness professionals and certified trainers started more than 20 years ago. The fitness programs last 7-days, 10-days, 14-days, 21-days and 28-days. The cost of FitRx ranges from $3,500 to $14,000. Although the program is expensive, the testimonials claim the process is effective. Will the average dieter but into the program?
List of Ingredients
- FitRx is a weight loss retreat focusing on weight management and nutrition.
FitRx is a weight loss retreat located in Southern California. Licensed medical professionals and certified trainers operate the program. The program teaches individuals and couples how to live a healthy life and manage weight loss. FitRx does not focus on short-term weight loss solutions, rather long-term weight management. The program is rather expensive. The 10-day retreat costs $3,500. There are additional packages available, including a 10-day, 14-day, 21-day and 28-day packages. There are several options in the marketplace cheaper and effective. We feel as if the average dieter will not buy into spending between $3,500 and $14,000.
Although licensed physicians operate FitRx, there is no evidence the techniques are effective. The testimonials claim weight loss, but we have to ask if dieters would potentially lose weight without FitRx? We reviewed programs available from FitRx and encountered nothing new and revolutionary. The programs address physical health, diet and nutrition, one-on-one counseling and exercise.
- Licensed physicians operate FitRx.
- Testimonials are available from actual clients.
- Services may be covered by insurance.
- The program offers long-term weight management solutions.
- Individuals receive medical evaluations.
- The program is expensive.
- The program does not offer any new information relating to diet and exercise.
- The average dieter will not receive specialized attention in the real world.
We like the attention clients receive at FitRx. The medical staff and certified trainers will certainly improve overall health and wellbeing. The experience is perfect for individuals as well as couples. The concern we have with FitRx is the price. A 10-day package is $3,500 and a 28-day package costs $14,000. The average dieter seldom has extra money to invest in a fitness retreat. With the amount of money invested in the 28-day package, dieters could join a fitness club, sign-up for personal training sessions, visit a physician and still have money left in the bank. If FitRx offered a revolutionary approach to weight management, there could potentially be a way the average dieter would buy into the program, unfortunately FitRx does not offer anything new.