Through the debates and trials of the Health Care Crisis, the American public has come to realize that preventative measures are needed to stay 'out' of the health care system by focusing on proper nutrition and physical fitness. It's a message Max Muscle Sports Nutrition stores across the country have been stating for nearly twenty years. Forward-thinking individuals see the trend and are opening their own stores across the country with more enthusiasm than ever.
(PRWEB) March 26, 2010 -- Moments after signing a historic $938 billion health care overhaul that guarantees 32 million uninsured Americans with the biggest shift in U.S. domestic policy since the 1960s, Attorneys general from 13 states filed suit to stop the overhaul contending the law is unconstitutional. Clearly, the 'health' of the American people is the most important topic of these times. For those Americans that look for opportunity in times of public conscious, Max Muscle Sports Nutrition has a message for you: Educate yourself on Personal Nutrition, then ask yourself, "Where will people get this education?"
"Most health related concerns are because of improper diet, lack of nutrition, and poor physical fitness." said Sean Greene, President of Max Muscle Sports Nutrition. "We've built a business developing personal Nutrition Plans for each person individually, then supporting that plan with supplementation specifically for that individual to attain maximum health. People all over the country are clamoring for this education and our store owners success continues to climb because of it."
Greene pointed at immense national shifts in the food industry to prove his point. PepsiCo Inc. recently announced plans to cut the sodium found in each serving of its key brands by one-fourth in five years dealing with pressure from the government and health-conscious shoppers who want healthier alternatives. The company also set two goals for the upcoming decade: cut the average added sugar per serving by 25 percent and saturated fat per serving by 15 percent, in addition to adding more whole grains, fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy into its assortment of products.
Kraft Foods Inc. pledged to cut salt in its products sold in the United States by an average of 10 percent over the next two years. ConAgra Foods Inc. and Campbell Soup Co. also announced sodium cuts in their products.
Todd Jones, a former airline pilot and avid health enthusiast, recently opened the second Max Muscle Sports Nutrition in Bristol, Connecticut, stating, "They present the most sound advice towards proper nutrition via their employees becoming a Certified Fitness Nutrition Coach and their proprietary meal planning software. Additionally, they have the finest, highest quality supplements available."
While many franchise opportunities exist for people who want to run their own business, potential Max Muscle Sports Nutrition store owner Chris Bryan says, "Why would we choose to shop at a Max Muscle? Because when nutritional advice based in fact is combined with nutritional supplements that actually work you get Max results. Why would we invest in a Max Muscle Sports Nutrition? Because for Teresa and I we feel that it would be the perfect marriage between career and lifestyle."
First Lady Michelle Obama has made the fight against childhood obesity a top priority. Last week she asked the nation's largest food makers at a meeting of the Grocery Manufacturers Association to "step it up" and put less fat, salt and sugar in foods.
Added Greene, "We all know that the average American is not getting what they should from the diet they employ. Supplementation of the American diet is something that even the American Medical Association stresses every person to take part in. We're in this great position because that's been our message from Day One. You walk through the door of a Max Muscle Sports you're educated on what you - you specifically - need. With that education you're empowered to supplement accordingly. That's what people are looking for. They don't want to be sold. They want to be educated. Thankfully, that's our business model and luckily people who want to control their own livelihood are seeing an opportunity in owning their own store."
The men and women who qualify to own one or more Max Muscle Sports Nutrition franchises build strong retail businesses in choice locations across America using a responsive, proven business system that includes marketing, management, sales, training, and product knowledge unsurpassed in the industry. You'll find a great deal of information about franchising in general, and specifically Max Muscle Sports Nutrition franchising by going to www.MaxMuscleFranchise.com and reviewing their "Five Step Process" to ownership.
"If you're looking for a business that combines your passion for healthy living with the opportunity to help people achieve their health and fitness goals, this is it." said Patrick Sanders, President of Peak Franchising, Inc and Chairman of the Board of the Franchisee Association. "We're on the cusp of a societal shift in diet and fitness and Max Muscle Sports Nutrition is perfectly poised to accept it all."
Committed to improving the health of people from all walks of life including men, women, young adults, everyday fitness enthusiasts, as well as high school and college athletes. Employees are extremely knowledgeable and take the time with each client to pinpoint their health and fitness goals in order to find the best program, products and supplements for them to achieve those goals. Whether your goal is to lose weight, gain weight or simply dedicating yourself to a healthier lifestyle- Max Muscle Sports Nutrition provides the best products and services. Franchise information online at www.maxmusclefranchise.com
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