How a new program aims to make the beach body program more affordable
A new program called “Beachbody” aims to save money for the average American by allowing beach body programs to be offered on the beach and allowing for more options for people in need.
The program, which began last week, aims to address the growing number of Americans who suffer from chronic illness, including obesity, and who need help managing the stress of the beach.
“I was diagnosed with a heart condition, and it took me years to get treatment, but the program allowed me to keep working,” said Shannon Larkin, a 24-year-old who participated in the program.
“When you get a heart attack or a stroke, you can’t do anything.
It’s so tough.”
The program was created by beach body instructor and fitness instructor, Sarah Vetter, who is also the founder and CEO of the American Beach Body Association.
The program is now accepting applications for beach body members.
“Our mission is to give the people who need it the tools they need to live a better life, be healthier, and be a better ambassador for beachbody,” Vetter said.
“People are sick all the time.
We know what causes these diseases, and we can make it affordable for people to go to the doctor if they need treatment.
I think this program will make the program more accessible for people,” she said.
The first two years of the program, the program has been open to all Americans.
“We’ve seen people from all over the world come in, but we really want to help them be more resilient, and to be more proactive about getting healthy,” Vette said.
A second wave of applicants is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.