“I Want to Get Healthy and Stay that Way!” Gary M.
In 2011, weight loss topped the list of resolutions according to a poll conducted by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion. Last year 44 percent of Americans vowed to make a change heading into the New Year, but by February more than a third had abandoned their goals.
That statistic comes as no surprise to Tanya Stroh, a certified personal trainer who developed the national 6 Week Shape Up Challenge with Sequential Progression available at www.GetinShapeforFREE.net. “I work with many clients who previously struggled with weight or fitness goals,” she says. “Most were missing a realistic plan. The Shape Up Challenge helps people stay on track by providing a fundamental plan designed by a certified personal trainer, and the motivation to stick with it!”
“Research shows that regular exercise reduces the risk of many health conditions and improves overall quality of life,” says Dr. Helise Bichefsky, D.O. (West Chester, PA), who is an adviser for the 6 week challenge program. “I recommend a regular exercise regime that includes strength training and aerobic exercise.
About Tanya Stroh, B.S., NSCA, ACE- Tanya Stroh is a professional fitness trainer who works with clients online and in person. She holds dual national certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the American Council on Exercise (ACE). She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education/Physical Education from West Chester University, and is the founder and creator of GetinShapeforFREE.net featuring the national 6 Week Shape Up Challenge with Sequential Progression. A contributing writer to Lance Armstrong’s Livestrong.com, she serves as a fitness writer for the Chester County Women’s Journal and is regularly featured on WCHE radio segments “Mission Nutrition” and “Wellness 411.” and has appeared on NBC’s NONSTOP.