Total Fitness Reviewed


Total Fitness
It’s that time of the year, where girls start wearing skimpier clothes and guys start wearing shirts that show their guns. Yes summer is here for us in North America and Europe. It’s great for most but for a few people it’s a time that we sometimes sulk about with our broken New Year’s Resolution where we promised ourselves that we would start treating our bodies better. However we can try to start getting back on track, and a program that may help is Total Fitness by ReFresh Corporation. It can help you manage your daily nutrition, exercise, and health. Read further for our review …

When we first start the program it’ll ask us if we want to enter our vitals like height, weight, daily activity level, etc. Total Fitness will also ask about your fitness goals. It takes all this information and will try to calculate the ideal level of exercise and calorie consumption. We’re very impressed with this feature, it allows you to quickly set a bar so a user can try to focus on.

Tracking your intake consumption is easily done, Total Fitness has a database of over 5,000 items so most foods should be on the list. It also breaks down the food between calories, carbohydrates, proteins and fats. This is vital seeing how you can also use this program to help you gain weight and put on muscle by carefully keeping track of carbs/proteins/fats. The database also has items from various popular fast food establishments so if you decide to cheat, you know how much you’re hurting yourself. An example is the McDonalds Sausage McGriddle, it contains 549 calories, 43 grams of carbohydrates, and 32 grams of fat. Yes very grotesque numbers, makes you not even want to eat anything from McDonalds. Meals are also broken down between breakfast, lunch, snack, supper, and other.