Isiah Thomas Issues Public Health Challenge Through GoodChime!

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One of NBA’s greatest point guards helps “point” others toward better health.

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Isiah Thomas and GoodChime! have announced the creation of a new fitness challenge designed to help people lose weight and get in shape.

During his Hall of Fame basketball career, Thomas wasn’t the biggest or strongest competitor, but he used his fitness and his competitiveness to go around, over and by the competition.

Now he wants to help others overcome the obstacles in their lives through better fitness. Thomas’s health challenge, which is being offered in connection with his charity, Mary’s Court Foundation, gives participants workouts and nutritional advice they need to burn fat and build muscle.

The challenge is being issued through the GoodChime! Champions of Health Program, which was created by GoodChime! founder Dr. Sreedhar Potarazu and his team to use social media for social good.

Members engage to be part of a social network that is based on Health and Wellness. Challenges are issue by the Champions of Health to promote nutrition, physical activity and social interaction.

Members are given the chance to interact with other people who have the same physical and nutritional challenges. “Membership has increased by 700% over the last month and we are targeted to reach 1,000,000 members by October,” said Dr. Potarazu founder of GoodChime!

To learn more about the challenge or to sign up for it, please visit http://www.goodchime.com/littlebigmanchallenge

About GoodChime!
GoodChime!™ is a revolutionary new social media platform where people engage in meaningful dialogue within a safe community and participate in activities relevant to their health needs. Leveraging the power of celebrity brand, GoodChime! engages consumers as active participants in better managing their health. In addition to promoting health and wellness worldwide, GoodChime! has made it part of its mission to give back to the worldwide community and generate money for charities.

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