Fort Wayne’s Smallest Winner Competition Has Weigh-in for Participants and First Public Nutrition Class
WHAT: Fort Wayne’s Smallest Winner weight-loss competition invites media to its weigh-in for the 2013 group of 26 contestants and its first monthly public nutrition class.
WHEN: Monday, April 22
6 to 6:30 p.m., FWSW participant weigh-in (fourth since March 22)
6:30 to 7:30 p.m., public nutrition class
WHERE: Kachmann Auditorium, Lutheran Hospital campus, lower level of Medical Office Building Two
WHY: Now in its sixth season, FWSW is a 15-week contest that determines which one of the 26 FWSW contestants can lose the most weight. To demonstrate its commitment to community health, Lutheran Health Network is sponsoring FWSW for the third time this season and is providing 10 dietitians and a certified behaviorist to work with participants throughout the competition.
FWSW’s Season Six semifinalists and the FWSW public division winner will be revealed at 6:30 p.m., July 13. Visit FortWaynesSmallestWinner.com to learn more. This year’s FWSW winner will be revealed Oct. 5 at Lutheran Hospital’s Kachmann Auditorium.
Fort Wayne’s Smallest Winner is an organization based in Fort Wayne that helps people who are 50 pounds or more overweight to lose weight and get healthy. With the help of registered dietitians, exercise physiologists and certified athletic trainers, FWSW founders Rick and Tina Walters help provide contestants in the main competition the right tools to feel great and get healthy through fitness and sound nutrition.
Fort Wayne’s Smallest Winner is a weight loss boot camp with the mission to save lives one pound at a time. Competition in the main and the public divisions began April 2.