Visalus Ambassador Josh Churcher Discusses How His Life Changed Since Joining The Challenge, on The Beachlifestyle Radio Show, a Division of The Simply G Media Network

Simply G Media Network announces the release of a recent interview with Visalus Ambassador Josh Churcher on Beachlifestyle Radio Show with host Neil Haley, The Total Tutor.

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Josh Churcher

Josh is the living example of how The Challenge is able to enhance and transforms ones Life, Health and Prosperity. says 5 Star Ambassador GJ Reynolds.

Pittsburgh, Pa (PRWEB) February 05, 2014

Simply G Media Network today announced the release of a recent interview with Visalus Ambassador Josh Churcher on Beachlifestyle Radio Show with host Neil Haley, The Total Tutor.

Neil Haley, The Total Tutor host of the Beachlifestyle Radio show, interviewed Josh Churcher to find out how his life has changed since he joined the Challenge.

Churcher is a Visalus Ambassador from the UK. His ultimate goal is to help people improve their health and prosperity.

“I joined the challenge because I needed embark on my own transformation,” Churcher said. “I put weight on and saw this as an opportunity prospective.”

Thanks to the challenge, he lost 30 pounds. His family is down 300 pounds. “From a financial prospective it has given me more opportunities.”

"Josh is the living example of how The Challenge is able to enhance and transforms ones Life, Health and Prosperity." says 5 Star Ambassador GJ Reynolds. In the interview Churcher discussed how beneficial the event in Detroit was. He believed that was the best four-day event and he learned so much about the mission of VI—how VI wants to eliminate obesity, especially childhood obesity.

Churcher is excited about the launch of two new countries Austria and Germany. He has contacts and wants to get the word out to those countries. According to Churcher, platforms like the Simply G Media Network will be very beneficial.

“Promoting the challenge is not easy work. It is hard work, but if you put in the work the pros are so high. “You need to have a passion for it.”

Churcher sees helping people is his “why” factor. He also explains that he sees three reasons why to do the challenge. First, the challenge works from a financial and health prospective. Second, it’s fun. There is a lot of play. Third, there is a chartable aspect, like Project 10 Childhood obesity and Project 10 UK Charities.

You can find more information on GJ Reynolds click here. You can listen to the radio interview.