YAKIMA, Wash. - To start 2018 healthy, Premier Fitness Studio in Yakima is offering The Whole30 Challenge to local residents for free.
The Whole30 program started in April 2009 by Melissa Hartwig, who wanted to transform her life having overcoming her drug addiction.
Melissa Hartwig is a four time New York Best Seller who's books has helped transformed millions of lives.
During the Whole30 program people are not allowed to consume sugars, grains, legumes, dairy and alcohol.
Health coach Amanda Ward said having a group based program will help motivate people stay on track.
“I have done this program about eight times and I have seen the results,” said Ward. “I’m glad to see how many people showed up today.”
Fitness Studio Owner Ken Schlieman said he hopes that people feel better and health while doing the program.
“Seeing people here shows the commitment they have to change their lives,” said Schlieman.
The program will start on January 1st.
If you are interested in signing for The Whole30 Challenge, you can visit their website check out their Facebook page Premier Yakima.
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