THE creator of the MyZone activity belt has praised all of Hawick’s Biggest Losers for their progress in the competition so far.
And the CEO of the global MyZone empire, who also owns 11 health clubs across two continents, has urged the Teri competitors to “Keep on, Keeping on.” Speaking to the Hawick News as the contestants complete their first month of the annual competition, which for the first time includes the use of MyZone technology to monitor and track their exercise, Dave Wright – a hugely respected figure in the fitness community – said: “The big thing about MyZone is that it’s all about rewarding effort rather than fitness, and the objective is to focus on continued and sustained activity. MyZone will give the contestants at Think Fitness the motivation to keep on keeping on, because they can see results and their effort is being rewarded.”
Forty-year-old Dave, whose company employs 300 people and has offices in Melbourne, Chicago and Nottingham, added: “It’s not about just g oing to the gym, it’s about the effort you’re putting in. And to hear positive feedback that they are all benefiting from the belts at Think Fitness is hugely rewarding.”
Such effort from this third annual installment of contestants has also been praised by Think Fitness co-owner Stuart Oliver, who has revealed that after just four weeks, they have shed almost ten stone as a group. He told the Hawick News: “The pounds are continuing to fall off this year’s Biggest Losers, and we can’t single anybody out at the moment. Everyone is really sticking to their programmes and diets, and getting it.”
He added: “They’ve had their programmes cranked up now and are all markedly fitter. This has been proved through the information from their MYZONE© belts which is showing they are training in the right zones, training harder and training longer.
“There is no doubt that with both diet advice from Ann Graham at Scottish Slimmers and the belts, this year promises the best results we’ve had yet.”