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article imageGetting fit this spring with Samir Becic's ReSync Fitness

By Andrew Moran     Apr 17, 2013 in Health
Houston - It’s time to wake up and...go for a jog. The beautiful sunshine has arrived, temperatures are starting to go up and spirits everywhere are heightened. With a season of new life, comes the desire to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.
The months of being hermits, watching television all day and night and confined to the areas of the living quarters are done. Instead, people are starting to awaken from their shells and indulge in nature’s delightful season of spring.
Physical fitness is crucial to sustain a healthy lifestyle. No longer do individuals just have to eat their necessary servings of fruits and vegetables, we all have to take part in daily exercises for at least one hour each day (that’s right, forget about watching movies for 10 hours and munching on chips).
Aside from a fitness regimen, studies have shown other benefits, including the reduction in the risk of being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. It isn’t just overall health factors, but exercise is considered to be good for everything, such as mood, job performance, finances, etc.
Want to start? ReSync Fitness is looking to get people working out through the ReSync Method, an innovative training procedure that utilizes the body’s own resistance and minimal weights to accomplish your goals and save some cash. The method, which was created by Samir Becic, is so effective that it is in the midst of being patented.
Becic, who earned a spot in the Men’s Journal’s Top 100 Fitness Trainers in America, is a fitness guru and professional dedicated to health with expertise in Martial Arts. After moving to the United States, Becic started his career out as a personal trainer and developed new training techniques for his clients. He hasn’t looked back since.
Since then, Becic has garnered numerous awards and distinctions, including being named a combined 55 times as the No. 1 fitness trainer in Texas, Houston and the world. Due to his accolades, corporations and non-profit organizations invite him to their events to speak. He has also appeared on numerous media outlets, including NBC, Fox and various radio stations.
Over the years, Becic has compiled a long list of personal training clients, such as NBA legend Rudy Tomjanovich, TV host Deborah Duncan, Lakewood's Victoria Osteen, TV anchor Dominique Sachse, TV host Kim Davis, TV reporter Miya Shay, Radio DJ Sam Malone, Radio DJ Roula Christie, Radio DJ Dana Tyson, Radio DJ Coppelia Rivera and Radio DJ Joey Kovacik.
Recently, Becic was a judge for the Kick Start Kids Program. He decided to seek out philanthropic endeavors and established his own non-profit organization The Health and Fitness Revolution.
Is Becic the best in the world when it comes to fitness training? That’s what a lot of his clients think.
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