Welcome to Andreini Fitness!
Andreini Fitness, LLC is a private fitness studio in the Orlando area that is owned and operated by Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, Michael Andreini. The overall goal here is to help our clients reach their fitness goals by developing programs in the gym and in the kitchen that will help them achieve their goals in a safe, effective manner!
Private Personal Training
- 1-on-1, Couples and Friends rates available
- 30 min training sessions available
20% OFF First Month of Training
Tip of the Month!
Benefits to a high protein meal plan
for weight loss + Health
3500 Aloma Ave, Suite F-8
Winter Park, FL, 32792
Tel: (267) 760-7655
Hours of Operation:
*By Appointment Only*
Monday - Friday:
7am - 7pm
Research shows it can reduce cravings by 60%, boost metabolism by 80–100 calories per day, and help you eat up to 441 fewer calories per day
Lowers blood pressure.
Increase muscle mass: Studies have shown a higher protein intake can increase muscle size and strength when combined with resistance training
Helps maintain weight loss.
Reduce muscle loss during aging: Many people lose muscle as they age. One study found that adding a daily protein shake helped protect muscle health in healthy older men and those with age-related muscle loss
Does not harm healthy kidneys.
Strengthen bones: Higher protein intake may promote bone health. In one study, older women with the highest intake of animal protein experienced a whopping 69% reduced risk of hip fracture.
Improve wound healing: Studies have shown that high-protein diets can enhance the healing of wounds related to surgery or injury, including bedsores.
Protein works on both sides of the “calories in vs calories out” equation. It reduces calories in and boosts calories out. For this reason, it is not surprising to see that high-protein diets lead to weight loss, even without intentionally restricting calories, portions, fat or carbs. In one study of 19 overweight individuals, increasing protein intake to 30% of calories caused a massive drop in calorie intake