Local Fitness Coach To Help Raise $60,000

Jan. 10, 2010

Jeremy Belter a local fitness professional and weight loss coach is excited to be be part of what could be one of the biggest fitness events ever. The event is called Workout World Wide! Jeremy is the owner of Fat Blasting Boot Camps in New Berlin, Wisconsin which has to become one of the areas best boot camps for quick fat loss. Fat Blasting Boot Camps have teamed up with the founder of the event.... BJ Gaddour.

 

"Workout Worldwide is a global fitness project focused on reversing the trends of obesity, premature death, and skyrocketing health care costs associated with poor diet and sedentary lifestyles that are crippling our society. The mission of this organization is to change the world one workout at a time via international charity boot camp events that raise money to provide other non-profit organizations with additional resources to better combat these aforementioned trends. In addition, Workout Worldwide seeks to educate the general population regarding simple, safe, and effective ways to eat and exercise to improve overall health, performance, and body composition." http://www.workoutworldwide.org

 

Jeremy uses BJ Gaddours' workout muse and it has been an integral part of his business. Jeremy says "The future for health and fitness looks awesome for the people involved with Workout World Wide and any of the participants! With so many fad diets, quick fixes, and lackluster results it is time to change these trends and that is just one goal for this event"

 

The event is this Saturday January 9th at the Grand Avenue Mall. Help us give back to the community and at the same time help yourself by being part of this event. For more information please go to http://www.workoutworldwide.org/locations/wi-milwaukee

 

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