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Life Time Fitness, Inc, The Healthy Way of Life Company (NYSE:
LTM), today announced that celebrity trainers Joel Harper and Larysa DiDio have joined the
Commitment Day movement as founding ambassadors to help unify the country in order to inspire the nation to commit to healthy, active lifestyles for themselves and their families.
Commitment Day is a 365-day movement designed to unite all Americans in making personal commitments to a healthier way of life. On January 1, 2013, tens of thousands of Americans will kick off the movement by participating in simultaneous 5K walk/run events spanning more than 25 cities, symbolizing their stance and personal responsibility to make America healthier.
Joel Harper has been developing custom workouts in NYC for 18 years. His clients range from Dr. Oz to Olympic Medalists who are striving for breakthrough performances, to young kids just learning to appreciate their health. Joel’s unique workouts have been featured on various programs including ABC & Fox News, Oprah, the Dr. Oz Show, Good Morning America, and Larry King.
Joel comments, "Consistency is the key to leading a healthier life. All it takes is one step in the right direction, even if it’s a small step. Living a healthy lifestyle feels great and Commitment Day is a fun and great way to get started on the right foot.”
Larysa DiDio has over 20 years of experience helping everyone from celebrities to professional athletes as well as moms, dads, and kids meet their health and fitness goals. As an accomplished writer, Larysa serves as fitness expert to national fitness magazines, such as SELF Magazine and various TV programs. Larysa owns a fitness facility in Pleasantville, NY called PFX – one of the first gyms ever to offer classes specifically tailored to kids. The mother of two spends time at schools, hospitals, wellness seminars, and on television motivating and inspiring others to live a healthy, active lifestyle.