LA CROSSE, Wis. -- - Those already struggling to stick with their new year's fitness resolutions will soon have a new incentive to keep pushing forward.
The Biggest Health Challenge-La Crosse is set to start on Feb. 4.
It's an 8-week program put on by the La Crosse County Health Department.
There are weigh-ins and fitness and nutrition seminars throughout the challenge to encourage people to meet their health goals.
Organizers say it's a fun way to not only help you lose weight but learn how to live a health life.18202020
"This is a great way to show how it can still be easy and it can work into our busy lives. Fitness can work. A lot of our presentations talk about busy lifestyles and how you can still fit in fitness and a lot of our cooking demonstrations are on how you can have home cooked meals and not spend a lot of time in the kitchen," said La Crosse County Health Department dietician Jennifer Miller.
People can participate for free or pay $10 to be entered to win the cash prize in the weight loss challenge.
For more information on the competition and how to register, visit http://www.getactivelacrosse.org/event-registration/
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