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Take the Fit Pledge!

It's never too late to take The Fit Pledge to “Lose to Live in 2007.”

The fit pledge is a health awareness campaign hosted by the Inner City Purpose Network (ICPN) that aims to bring a national awareness to the number of people who annually dare themselves to lose weight, or discontinue vices that lead to poor health. The Pledge is meant to challenge Americans to document the progress of their pledge and share how the experience changed their lives through a web-based community as well as encourage Americans to implement a lifestyle change through a health-driven weight loss program (balanced diet and exercise).

Visitors earn the pin after completing a goal-oriented fitness survey. The pin represents a commitment to losing weight for the right reasons this year -- It's a symbol of a promise and awareness. The campaign also encourages Americans to share their struggle with weight loss, link with other Fit Pledge members, learn more about weight related diseases and more.

The goal is to see more than 5 million people make a pledge to maintain a healthy lifestyle in 2007. Until May, every 10,000th person who receives a Fit Pledge pin online will be rewarded with a makeover, membership at a health club, and a cash prize.

Make your pledge today, it's free (well basically free as there is a $2.68 shipping and handling fee for the pin).

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