BMS Publishes Post On High Intensity Training And Bariatric Surgery

November 27, 2017
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Bariatric Mexico Surgery (BMS) is a facilitator company in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, that helps people make informed decisions in relation to having bariatric surgery in Mexico. One way in which they achieve that is by regularly releasing important information on different facets of the surgery, recovery, and preparation. They have now announced the publication of their post titled, 'Is High Intensity Interval Training Right For You?', which can be accessed at

Alma Orozco from BMS says: "The fall season is an excellent time to reassess your post weight loss surgery fitness goals. After all, the kids are back in school, the weather is cooler, and it's easier to work out. If you have exercised regularly as part of your post-surgery lifestyle, you may have heard of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). Don't let the name scare you. Beginners can do HIIT too, albeit on a different level than those used by those who are more experienced. As with an exercise program, however, consult your doctor to make sure that you can handle such an activity."

In the article, BMS discusses important issues, such as the definition of HIIT training, how it works, and its benefits. Their goal is to make sure that people can always make informed decisions and understand whether or not different solutions are good for them. This is why the blog post also delves into the different forms of HIIT that are available.

"Considering having weight loss surgery is a major decision and one that should not be taken lightly," explains Alma Orozco. "There are many different things to consider, particularly in terms of how it will change your life, and what you need to do to support this. Bariatric surgery is a push in the right direction, but the lifestyle changes have to come from you. We want to help people be fully informed about this."

People are encouraged to contact BMS if they have any questions regarding the blog post, or if they just want to know more about having this type of surgery, be that in Mexico or elsewhere. Meanwhile, they would like to stress that BMS is not a clinic nor a medical facility but a facilitator company that offers marketing and scheduling services as indicated in their website at

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About Bariatric Mexico Surgery:

Bariatric Mexico Surgery works with individuals who are interested in weight loss surgery by answering questions and offering bariatric surgery procedures through a relationship with some the best surgeons in North America.

Contact Bariatric Mexico Surgery:

Alma Orozco
Diego Rivera 2386,
Zona Urbana Río Tijuana,
Tijuana, Baja California 22010
1 (800) 316-8234

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