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OZone Fit Brings Health and Fitness Radio Talk Show to 1320 KFAN

November 19, 2010

The OZone Fit Radio Show, Hosted by Chris Armstrong and Curt Doussett Every Thursday from 8-10 p.m., Features Expert Guests Tackling Utah’s Fitness and Nutrition Questions.

Salt Lake City, UT (Vocus) November 18, 2010

OZone Fit, a leader in delivering optimal health and fitness education at its training facility in Draper, Utah and through an innovative online portal at ozonefit.com, has announced the launch of the OZone Fit radio show, a health and fitness talk show on 1320 KFAN, the sports leader. The show, currently in its fourth week of production, is hosted by OZone Fit co-founder Chris Armstrong and actor and fitness enthusiast Curt Doussett. On air each Thursday from 8-10 p.m., the show features special guests to help tackle Utah’s fitness and nutrition questions.

“Our goal is to help people involve and educate themselves in fitness; the OZone Fit show on 1320 KFAN accomplishes that goal,” commented OZone Fit co-founder Chris Armstrong. “The show motivates people to join the OZone fitness culture, which is based around rewards and social training to help achieve optimal fitness for life.”

OZone Fit radio show listeners will receive insight from experts with extensive experience in exercise science, youth training, weight loss, nutrition, supplements and various other fitness related topics. Former University of Utah and Baltimore Ravens free safety Antwoine T. Sanders is set to appear as a regular guest on the show to discuss youth fitness and training.

Yoga fit certified instructor Roni Nieves Laws appeared on the OZone Fit show on November 4th to discuss the importance of flexibility and how yoga training can be beneficial for athletes. Other past OZone Fit radio show discussions have covered America’s obesity epidemic and effective youth training, while show guests have included Olympic bobsledder Bill Schuffenhauer, 2014 Olympic speed skating hopeful Josh Wood and OZone Fit personal trainer Will Osterberg. Upcoming shows will include conversations on how to overcome holiday eating trends and bad habits, benefits of workout preparation and information on steroid use. Health care expert and owner of Naturally Slim, Marcia Upson as well as Earl Hurst, Executive Vice President of Moreton & Company will appear on the November 18th show to discuss health care and the high cost of obesity.

Tune in to the OZone Fit show on 1320 KFAN, the sports leader, each Thursday from 8-10 p.m. for expert insight and advice on health and fitness from hosts Chris Armstrong, Curt Doussett and their expert guests. For more information, or to listen to past OZone Fit Show Podcasts, visit http://www.ozonefit.com or http://www.1320kfan.com.

About OZone Fit

OZone is “Your Fitness Motivation” by providing entertaining and social-based fitness programs driven by an innovative rewards system. The company engages its community both in person at the OZone Fit training facility and online at http://www.ozonefit.com through entertaining workouts and content that are fun, informational and effective. All members train with people with similar aspirations and work with professional trainers that deliver group training. This training modality removes the barriers commonly found in traditional fitness programs, such as boredom, isolation and the lack of motivation. OZone members earn points to reach special rewards and can access their online member profile, along with video training tips and member-only articles, online at http://www.ozonefit.com. Beginning in 2011, OZone will be a title sponsor of JazzFit, a special wellness campaign developed by the Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association (NBA) that features the OZone Challenge. For more information, please visit http://www.ozonefit.com or call 801″Â505″Â0592.

Press Contact

Eric B. Johnson

OZone Fit

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