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Morbidly Obese Lose Hundreds of Pounds, Gain New Mentality at Live-In Fitness Retreat
Date:5/13/2009

Live-In Fitness Enterprise, an all-inclusive weight-loss retreat set outside of Los Angeles, has helped severely obese individuals to change their lifestyle and drop hundreds of necessary pounds.

Los Angeles, CA (Vocus) May 13, 2009 -- A recent study indicates that morbidly obese Americans are sedentary 99 percent of the day. In an attempt to regain an active lifestyle, many turn to surgical procedures such as gastric bypass, but are either worried about the risks involved or rejected as insurance companies have tightened the requirements of candidacy.

Live-In Fitness Enterprise, an all-inclusive weight-loss retreat set outside of Los Angeles, has helped severely obese individuals to change their lifestyle and drop hundreds of necessary pounds. Many times dealing with individuals who have tried various weight loss techniques without success, or at other times preparing clients for life altering surgeries, L.I.F.E. has a near 100% success rate, with virtually every client achieving success with L.I.F.E's multi-tiered approach and 24/7 premise. In the realm of NBC's "The Biggest Loser," L.I.F.E's retreat formula takes a 3-pronged approach at the mental, emotional, and physical aspects to weight-loss.

L.I.F.E. was created 7 years ago by Eric Viscovicz, a reformed binge-eater turned industry veteran committed to improving the quality of life for severely overweight individuals. With firsthand experience, and 7 health-related certifications, and an extensive list of transformed clients, Viskovicz understands the often-neglected mental behavior that typically hinders weight-loss. Viscovicz created L.I.F.E. because he saw an astounding need for clients to remove themselves from their toxic environment in order to develop the habits necessar
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