Church Fitness Program

Register for our Church Fitness Program 

Fitness sessions once a week or more with a Certified trainer

The Buff LifeStyle Church Fitness Program (CFP) Offers the following

  • Fitness session once a week or more
  • Certified trainer
  • Meal prep guidance
  • One on one consolation

Health Issues in the Church

  • Study found that the fundamental Christians are by far the heaviest of all religious groups
  • Christian has a 30% obesity rate compared with Jews at 1%, Buddhists and Hindus at 0.7%. 
  • Northwestern University study found that young adults who attend church or a bible study once a week are 50% more likely to be obese. 
  • Preachers were found to be 76% overweight or obese compare to 61% of the general population at the time of the study.
  • A Healthier LifeStyle Should Be A Goal For Every Christian 
1) Exercise teaches us to find joy in pain 

3 Not only so, but we[a] also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; 4 perseverance, character; and character, hope.    – Roman 5:3-4

We all need to train our attitudes to find joy in pain. Exercise is one of the best training grounds for this. As your preserve through your workouts, it produces no quite character, that turn into hope, hope for a healthier and stronger body.

2) Exercise helps with laziness  

Ecclesiastes 10:18 Laziness leads to a sagging roof; idleness leads to a leaky house.

Proverbs 12:24 Diligent hands will rule, but laziness ends in forced labor. 

When a person is sapped by fatigue, the last thing he or she wants to do is exercise. But new research shows that regular, low-intensity exercise may help boost energy levels in people suffering from fatigue. Fatigue is one of the most common health symptoms and can be a sign of a variety of medical problems

Exercise can improve energy levels by strengthening the circulation and the heart muscle, and in return will improve energy levels. Exercise is a great way to improve energy levels. When your body becomes more active internal mechanisms like metabolism and blood flow increase.

3) Exercise helps fight off depression

 8 Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things- -Philippians 4-8

Exercise not only increases blood flow to the brain, it releases endorphins, the body's very own natural antidepressant. It also releases other neurotransmitters, like serotonin, which lift mood. Duke University compared the antidepressant effects of aerobic exercise training to the popular antidepressant medicine sertraline, as well as a placebo sugar pill. Those who exercised at a moderate level - about 40 minutes three to five days each week - experienced the greatest antidepressant effect 

4) Exercise improves our memory

 But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect. – 1 Peter 3:15 

Regular exercise changes the brain to improve memory and thinking skills. According to research published in the journal Neurology, moderate to intense exercise can slow brain aging by as much as 10 years!

5) Exercise increases self-control 

Proverbs 25:16 If you find honey, eat just enough too much of it, and you will vomit.

Proverbs 23:2 And put a knife to your throat If you are a man of great appetite.

Philippians 3:19 Their end is destruction, their god is their belly, and they glory in their shame, with minds set on earthly things.

Science Daily express that Short bouts of moderately intense exercise seem to boost self-control. Self-control is important to master, in our daily life, especially in our spiritual journey. Without self-control we will give into our flesh and not the Spirit. 


6) Exercise helps you to live longer  

With long life I will satisfy him

    and show him my salvation.” – Psalm 91:16

 Exercise Can Extend Your Life by as Much as Five Years. Adults who engage in at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity each week live longer than inactive adults.