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Wednesday, November 13 2013, 05:52 PM MST
Fitness Challenge Introduction
Reporter: Shauna Lake
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Producer: Carla Roberts Pruitt
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(KUTV) - Getting into shape is a goal for many of you but finding the motivation can be tricky. For the next 12 weeks, we will give you that motivation. Actually, we are going to show you. We are inviting you to follow 5 people as they try to achieve their weight loss goals. For the next 12 weeks, Title Boxing Club in Cottonwood Heights will be a second home to Jodie, Heather, Scott, Kristi and Robyn. They were selected to participate in this challenge.

Both Robyn and Kristi have goals on running marathons. Scott, Heather and Jodie want to be examples for their friends and family. Head trainer Dash Cox will be their mentor and biggest fan during this challenge. “Health is already in these people. They have it. That is the first thing we get out there. We just need to expose it.”

The challenge won’t be easy. Each participant must come to the gym at least 3 times a week. And they have to stick to a strict diet. It’s a lifestyle change that they say they are ready to make.

You will learn more about our participants in the coming weeks. If you want to cheer them on, you can visit:

For more information on Title Boxing Club, visit:

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