Biggest Loser community challenge comes to Milford

biggest loserMILFORD, Del. — An exciting, national wellness initiative is launching across the country in February. Trough the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford, our community is invited to join the MOVEment!

NBC and The Biggest Loser are launching The Biggest Loser Community Challenge in Mid-February. Teams of four are invited to join this eight-week, online health & wellness community challenge. The challenge is for people of all fitness levels and is designed to get the community moving, eating better and having fun!

Businesses are encouraged to register teams of employees to represent their company in the challenge. For only $100 for a team of four, this exciting wellness offering is an affordable and fun way to kick start the new year for employees. (Make sure to register under the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford)

Past contestants of The Biggest Loser will guide teams through eight weekly challenges.  Challengers will also receive weekly motivation and nutrition tips from trainer, Dolvett Quince. Participants will earn points for each minute of activity they engage in, as well as additional points for completing weekly tasks and logging additional challenge activities designed to improve nutrition and overall wellness. Each participant will have access to their own private wellness account and mobile app, where they will journal challenge activities, access weekly health guidance and keep their eye on friends and competitors on live leaderboards.

Prize draws will be made each week, with over 10,000 prizes to be won across the country!

More information, online registration and key dates can be found online at

Healthy People. Healthy Companies. Healthy Communities!

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