Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas launches fitness programs
The program incorporates InBody770, a technology that measures body composition
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel and Villas has revealed multi-dimensional fitness programs.
The program incorporates InBody770, a technology that measures body composition and prescribes the ideal health goal. The results from the screening together with an analysis of their lifestyle, enables the in-house wellness team to curate a multi-dimensional fitness program that combines spa treatments, workouts, wellness activities and a diet plan.
Commenting on the program, Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi Hotel & Villas’ lifestyle and wellness manager, Reteif Vermeulen said: “In the past, finding a place for an early morning workout—often a subterranean gym without windows—might have been enough. But now, the growing focus on health and wellness has given birth to a new generation of fitness enthusiasts who have upped the ante with their fitness routines.”
The resort’s team focuses on Body Composition Analysis (BCA) that abets in the treatment of obesity, the development of complete physical fitness profiles for clients, the monitoring of body fat loss and muscle growth due to exercise and diet for recommendations to reduce the signs of ageing and even provides the baseline data for nutrition counselling.
The procedure is complemented by fitness classes such as aquatic exercises and morning stretching sessions ideal for beginners and the SWITCH gym sessions, HYCore Max Training, and HIIT (Hight Intensity Interval Training) designed for intermediate and expert fitness enthusiasts.
Reteif Vermeulen added: “Body composition is a method of describing what the body is made of. It includes fat, protein, minerals and body water. It also describes weight more accurately than BMI (Body Mass Index- where a person’s BMI is measured only by their height and weight). Body composition analysis can correctly show changes in fat mass, muscle mass, and body fat percentage. This can help validate services like personal training, patient care, and corporate wellness”.