Money is tight, but your belt doesn't have to be
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Seattle, WA (Vocus) January 13, 2009
This year there will be no excuses for failed fitness resolutions, thanks to MyFitnessTrainer.com. That's because owner Annette Hudson will award 50 free weight loss memberships to dieters nationwide.
"Money is tight, but your belt doesn't have to be," says Hudson. "We know times are hard, and we want to do our part to help out. It's much easier to deal with financial stress when you are in your best health. So, make that fitness resolution, and stick to it! We'll make it as easy for you as possible."
MyFitnessTrainer.com is a virtual fitness-training site that personalizes a fitness program to specifically match a dieter's changing metabolism, thus avoiding plateaus in weight loss. With two new exercises per day and changing cardiovascular goals dieters maximize their metabolisms creating a "fat-burning machine."
Stephen, a member of MyFitnessTrainer.com, says he finds the program "extremely effective." He explains, "I have lost 12 pounds in the first two weeks and two days. I was already vigorously exercising but not losing weight. The key factor was knowing how many calories I should be consuming and making some modifications to what I normally would eat."
The free 6-month memberships will be awarded to the first 50 people who share their weight loss goals and challenges on the MyFitnessTrainer.com fitness forum. "A support system is a crucial ingredient for long-term weight loss," explains Hudson. "By posting on the forum, dieters can open up and find others with similar goals. They will see that they are not alone and that there are many people who want to help them succeed."
To post their story and win a free 6-month membership to MyFitnessTrainer.com, dieters should go to http://www.myfitnesstrainer.com/forums/. Forum members can remain anonymous if they prefer. All entries must be received by April 1, 2009.
MyFitnessTrainer.com has also slashed prices. A one-year membership is on sale for only $23.99. "Our number one goal is to help people lose weight," says Hudson. "We recognize that many people will need a little financial break to do that this year. It is our pleasure to make weight loss easy- no matter what it takes."
For a free trial of the MyFitnessTrainer.com program, readers can go to http://www.myfitnesstrainer.com/signup.php.
MyFitnessTrainer.com is a virtual fitness trainer. Members simply show up for a session, and the online program guides them through a daily workout and a personalized nutrition program. MyFitnessTrainer.com is unique in that it adapts to a member's changing metabolism, thus avoiding weight loss plateaus.
Annette Hudson, CPT
info (at) myfitnesstrainer (dot) com