Many of the states most impacted by the obesity epidemic are in the Midwest. As an Ohio native, I felt that there should be something I can do to help out
Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) September 10, 2007
HyperStrike, the leading online fitness and exercise resource, has responded to reports of a nationwide obesity epidemic by providing free home workout programs and weight training classes to the public, said HyperStrike President and CEO Mike Greeves.
A recent CNN Health article pointed out the dangerous trend in America towards obesity and called for a national plan to combat this trend. Obesity rates continue to grow in the United States with 60% of the population in 32 states being either overweight or obese.
"Reading that article had an impact on me," Greeves said. He explained that the article highlighted a study from Trust for America's Health that finds obesity rates in America on a rapid rise.
Greeves noted that the study was especially personal for him. "Many of the states most impacted by the obesity epidemic are in the Midwest. As an Ohio native, I felt that there should be something I can do to help out," he explained.
"At HyperStrike we think there is a need for health, fitness and workout programs that are readily available to the public," Greeves said. "We provide our Workout Labs free of charge to encourage national fitness and offer all Americans the tools they need to get in shape, lose weight and stay healthy."
HyperStrike's free workout labs feature a variety of home workout programs and weight training classes. The labs give all Americans the ability to browse comprehensive workouts with multiple variations based on their individual needs. The workout programs can be downloaded and referenced at home or in a gym.
With the help of HyperStrike's home workout programs and weight training classes, people can take control of their weight and start working towards a healthier lifestyle, Greeves explained. "We encourage all Americans to take advantage of our free workout programs to learn the best ways to get in shape and stay in shape for life!"
Greeves added that he created HyperStrike after years of working as a personal trainer. "I developed a passion to help people live better," he said. "I believe that with HyperStrike I can help reach more people, and teach them to live healthier."
Twenty labs are currently available, including: 15 Minute Workout, 30 Minute Workout, Abs Workout, Aerobic Workout, Boxing Workout, Fat Burning Workout, At Home Workout, Women's Workout - Legs & Back, On the Ball Workout and Rotator Cuff Workout.
Those interested in learning more about HyperStrike and browsing the free fitness and exercise programs may log on to http://www.HyperStrike.com.
HyperStrike was developed to bring affordable fitness program for individuals that could be customized to personal abilities and goals while deliverable to any one, anywhere, at any time. HyperStrike is revolutionizing the fitness training industry by using state-of-the-art technology to develop and deliver fitness programs tailored to the needs of individuals and athletes.