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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Losing some unwanted pounds that crept up before your very eyes earlier this year is difficult, but the good thing is, Kristi Tuck, a health fitness specialist and wellness coach with The MAC and East Hills is ready to help you to kick the pounds to the curb and get back in shape for the new year! The MAC and East Hills designed a 12-week program that allows you to incorporate some competition into your weight loss to keep your motivation levels high. Prizes will be awarded throughout the program for qualified participants, and the ultimate Grand Prizes will be given to the top overall individual points winner, top male and female "losers" as well as the popular "Trainer's Choice Award" for the most improved participant. Don't miss out! The program begins the first week of December. When you join before December first, there will be zero enrollment fee, which is at $150 value, and no payment until January 1, 2013. Pre-measurements begin the week of December 3, 2012 and the program gets fully underway December 10 and runs through February 24, 2013.
1. The Fitbit motivates you to stay active, live better, and reach your goals.
2. Tracks your steps, distance, stairs, calories and sleep then connect wirelessly to offer insight, accountability and encouragement.
3. Fitbit makes getting in shape as addictive as checking facebook and Twitter
I Lost It At the Clubs!
12 week program
Pre-measurements begin week of December 3
Program runs December 10 - February 24
Family Fun Friday - parents & Kids
Kids Night Out
Couch to 5K program
I lost it at the Clubs!
More than 200 group fitness classes
The MAC - East Hills
Black Friday Days end November 30
Zero enrollment fee
No payment until January, 2013
Free enrollment in "I Lost it at the Clubs!" challenge
2 Free Jump Start Personal Training Sessions
Free Pilates Reformer Sessions
Free Private Adult Tennis Lesson
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