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U.S. Health Club Members Proclaim - 'I Lost It at the Club!' and Lose 45 Tons of Excess Weight
Date:4/23/2008

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"We're proud that such a large number of our members were motivated to exercise regularly and work hard to get results," said Jill Grant, Director of Fitness and Personal Training, Universal Athletic Club. "Club members and club staff worked really hard together toward the same goal, and we saw great results. We're thrilled for all our club members who are so dedicated to improving their health and fitness."

Participating health clubs were encouraged to use I Lost It at the Club! to hold special educational seminars, introduce new programs, and energize existing programs. Participating clubs also were encouraged to use the program to foster a sense of community in the club, bringing members together in a common program toward a common goal.

"I joined I Lost It at the Club! for the motivation," said Megan Nelson, winner of Universal Athletic Club's Age 25 to 30 Group Category. "I needed to lose weight after having my second baby. The program worked for me because of the accountability--knowing that I would be weighing in once a week. I did cardio four to five times a week and lifted one to two times a week. I also ate lots of veggies. This combination helped me lose my goal of 25 pounds AND stay healthy all winter. I Lost It at the Club! really motivated me!"

Participants in the 2008 I Lost It at the Club! program were weighed, received weight loss goals for the eight-week period, and were given an activity card suggesting variations for their workouts and weight loss tracking sheets. Many clubs offered personal trainers, nutritional counseling, weekly motivational meetings, and other health-related classes. AllWhites(R) provided complimentary recipe booklets and coupons to participating clubs.

The support and sense of community that programs like I Lost It at the Club! offer come at a time when many Americans a
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