Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) November 14, 2006
WeighIns has announced the launch of a new online weight loss community at http://www.WeighIns.com. The free service allows registered users to create a weight loss profile, and compete in online weight loss challenges inspired by the popular TV series, "The Biggest Loser." Users of the free service, launched on November 4th after months in beta testing, can even win prizes for their weight loss progress by winning challenges. There are already approximately one hundred "challengers" taking part at WeighIns.com.
WeighIns was launched to give users support and inspiration in their weight loss efforts, while also providing a competitive environment, which can be a key factor in staying motivated. Unlike other weight loss communities online, WeighIns.com is completely free for users, and unlike the show, no one gets "voted off" of a challenge. Members of http://www.WeighIns.com, while encouraged to join weight loss challenges, aren't required to do so, and can still take advantage of the site's weight loss profile system for free.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, taking part in a weight loss community like WeighIns.com has two added benefits:
1. By competing in a weight loss challenge, or even just posting a weight loss profile publicly online, members can use the site as extra encouragement to not overindulge in their holiday eating.
2. Online weight loss competitions have a great motivational quality that will help users prepare for, and stick to, their common New Year's resolutions to lose weight.
Anyone interested in joining the free weight loss community and weight loss challenges can do so by filling out a very short and simple form on the site's homepage, to join the nearly one hundred current members in their weight loss efforts.
For additional information about WeighIns.com or the online weight loss challenges, contact Aaron Nimocks at 757-676-2433 or visit http://www.WeighIns.com.
WeighIns.com is a weight loss challenge site, where registered users can set up group challenges or join existing challenges to compete to lose weight. The site was inspired by TV's The Biggest Loser, and was launched November 4, 2006 by Aaron Nimocks to provide support and inspiration for weight loss in a competitive environment.