Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 15, 2008 -
Weight Loss Partners, a weight loss support organization providing ongoing motivation and accountability for its members, announces a new program offering vacation packages in Cancun, Orlando, or Las Vegas to subscribers who complete a minimum of six months on their program. The company focuses on holding its members accountable while keeping them motivated through a team approach system that incorporates telephone support three times per week.
"We hope the new vacation package program helps to motivate people to sign up and complete six months on our support program," says Ken Crawford, the man behind Weight Loss Partners. "Many people start diet and exercise, but without peer encouragement it is hard to keep up the lifestyle change. Our support group provides this foundation by making members accountable to other members through teamwork."
After having lost nearly 450lbs. with the assistance of a costly weight loss therapist, Alexander Capio, of San Diego wanted to find a way to help others get the support they needed to lose weight. He has since partnered with the company and has become their spokesperson. "I'm excited to represent the Weight Loss Partners program. People need to realize that to maintain a healthy lifestyle, support, motivation and accountability are essential, however this can be extremely expensive with personal trainers and various dieting programs."
Alex was excited to discover that Weight Loss Partners offered a program of support for today's busy individual that's affordable for everyone. His extreme amount of weight loss has changed his life in every aspect for the better and he feels confident that Weight Loss Partners can make a change for millions of others. "I think it is a fantastic incentive to know that people who become members and complete 6 months of the program could receive a great vacation."
Unhealthy weight is a public crisis affecting this country. It is now estimated that two out of three adults - approximately 120 million Americans - are overweight or obese, an increase of more than 25 percent over the past three decades," says Dr. C Everett Koop, former U.S. surgeon General. "These statistics are based on tracking the body mass index (BMI) of adults aged 18 and over. Using government criteria, a BMI of 25 to 29.5 is considered overweight while a BMI of 30 and above is classified as obese."
Why Weight Loss Partners? Weight Loss Partners is passionate about helping people take true control of their lives. The time has come to take charge and make a change with a weight loss partner. For More Information contact Ken Crawford (614) 322-9380, info @ weightlosspartners.com, http://www.weightlosspartners.com.