Pop Stars Continue To Team Up With Bally Personal Trainers For Peak
LOS ANGELES, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Like other music icons such as Justin Timberlake, Kylie Minogue, Pink, Jessica Simpson and Cher, now the Pussycat Dolls are working out with Bally. On the verge of releasing the follow-up album to 2005's 7x platinum PCD and filming the music video for their hot new single "When I Grow Up," the Pussycat Dolls are getting a fitness makeover from Bally Total Fitness. For the past three weeks, the sexy singers have been following a customized nutrition plan and recently started personal training sessions, which helped them look their best during the MTV Movie Awards performance.
"Like most people, the Pussycat Dolls want to lose those last few pounds to look their best this summer -- and be in amazing shape for their upcoming video shoot," said John Wildman, Chief Marketing Officer of Bally Total Fitness. "We already have the Dolls on a nutrition program of 5 meals per day and 1,200 calories and they're seeing great results. With the added help of our personal trainers, they will be toned and fit for their shoot. We are thrilled the Pussycat Dolls have chosen us, and we look forward to featuring them in our commercials this summer."
"We are very excited to be working with Bally," said Nicole Scherzinger, lead singer of The Pussycat Dolls. "The Bally team delivers the meals directly to our homes, making it easy to stay on track and reach our fitness goals."
In addition to helping the Pussycat Dolls with personal training and a nutrition program, Bally will feature the Pussycat Dolls new hit song "When I Grow Up" and music video in their upcoming summer advertising campaign.
Bally Total Fitness operates 350 clubs in the United States and has recently expanded to China, South Korea, and other international markets. With more than 3 million active members, and over 30 years of experience, Bally is the most popular health club chain in America. Bally has also recently announced plans to open more than a dozen new clubs, expanded its nutrition program options, and introduced many new service offerings including an eight- week weight loss program, 30 minute workout, and new mind and body classes.
|SOURCE Bally Total Fitness|
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