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Biggest Loser Church Challenge
Published on Wed, Apr 2, 2014 (6:39 p.m.)Las Vegas, NV (April 2, 2014) - Health and Wellness Coach Roz Brooks has teamed up with the Community Radio Station KCEP FM 88.1 to offer an 8 week city wide Biggest Loser Church Challenge! The church challenge will kick off with a Walk and Rally May 10th at Craig Ranch Park in North Las Vegas. Roz is asking that the participating churches show up “turnt up!” There will be music, vendors, games, healthy alternative advice and food tasting.
The goal for The City Wide Biggest Loser Challenge is to provide a fun and healthy way to kick start the communities healthy choices. By offering the challenge to the church Roz Brooks has created a way for church leaders to inspire, motivate, educate and encourage togetherness, healthy whole lifestyles and team work in their church communities. The cost is only $5 per participant.
Las Vegas currently has a 40% adult obesity rate and at least 500 churches so targeting churches will allow the challenge to jumpstart the health and provide support to hundreds of individuals.
The city has not seen ANYTHING like this before and if inducted by all the churches the results could prove to be miraculous. Roz’s health programs have offered many people healing from diseases and issues that plague our church communities like; diabetes, ADHD, high cholesterol, hyper tension, anxiety, fatigue and obesity. These diseases and issues are calling many of our church members home early and proving to be unmanageable and expensive. The City Wide Biggest Loser Church Challenge is a FUN way to offer a HEALTHY LIFESTYLE CHANGE. Imagine church families across the city “competing” to win cash and prizes for their ministry while also getting healthy! All churches will be on one accord and in one mind to get their temples healthy!
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