I'm constantly looking for other links and valuable resources that people can use
Richmond, VA (PRWEB) December 13, 2008
According to a study available through the not-for-profit group, Trust for America's Health, 22 states in the union have experienced an increase in obesity, while 85 percent of Americans now believe that obesity is an epidemic. Teresa O'Connell is an American who recognized this problem and did something about it.
In July 2008, O'Connell launched http://www.FitnessOnlineDirect.com, a website that specializes in offering tips and resources for people who are trying to lead healthier lifestyles. Links to dieting and supplement sites are present on O'Connell's site, as are several articles regarding exercise techniques.
"I feel that exercise and good health is an important, but often overlooked, topic in the U.S.," explained O'Connell. "For people who suffer from high blood pressure and Type-2 diabetes, these problems can be corrected with exercise and a good diet."
Though her site has only been up for a few months, O'Connell has already taken to expanding her site exponentially.
"I'm constantly looking for other links and valuable resources that people can use," she said. "I would like to provide people with places they can obtain exercise equipment and with more articles containing information on the various diets and types of exercise."
For the latter goal, O'Connell has recently started a brand new blog, http://www.FitnessOnlineDirectInfo.com. "With the blog, I can write some articles of my own and get feedback about health tips from readers. The blog is helping the site continue to grow," O'Connell stated.
With a fun and exciting future ahead of her, Teresa O'Connell has become a proactive force in keeping America fit and healthy and one of her many tips can save hundreds, if not, thousands of lives. It's good to know that at least one person is doing something about the obesity problem in the United States.
About the Company:
FitnessOnlineDirect.com is a part of TAL Products, LLC. which is owned and operated by Teresa O'Connell.