Weigh and Win: Get Paid to Lose Weight

Weigh and Win!

A Weigh and Win kiosk is now available for use during normal business hours in the Burnham Hoyt Room, Level 1 of the Central Library. The public is invited to join the program and use the kiosk to measure their BMI (body mass index). Participants with a BMI over 25 will be eligible to receive financial incentives for losing weight.

Weigh and Win is a free program sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, to help participants move towards a healthy lifestyle by providing tips on healthy eating, and detailed exercise regimens based on your current activity level.

Some of the benefits of this program include:

  • Daily Coaching
  • Tracking Your Progress Online
  • Cash Rewards for Success
  • Monthly Prizes
  • A Healthier You!

Visit the Weigh and Win website where you'll find more information about the program. You may register online or at any Weigh and Win kiosk. If you have questions about the program, please contact the Weigh and Win health coaches at 303-694-8007, or send an email to personal.trainer@weighandwin.com.

Good luck on your new road to health, and feel free to share any of your stories about the program here.

Comments

For what do you spend a lot of money? You really planed to get credit for
this? Are you crazy? Read how many calories are burned on elliptical machine
and buy it. Under the 1000 dollars you'll receive a personal trainer for home
use and lose weight for less many as usual.

Following healthy lifestyle and eating balanced diet are the two key factors that helps maintain body weight. Exercising and using diet pills can provide added support for achieving faster results.

Thanks for the comment, Victor. I really do think it's about balance. Nobody's perfect, but just changing a few eating habits and getting moving can really have a positive impact on your health and emotional well-being.

Losing weight: Everyone seems to be running behind the concept of losing some extra pounds from their body which helps to maintain an ideal physical fitness. Here we got a different program for losing weight named as "Weight and Win" I was just wondering about this program and its results.

Hi Andrew. Based on recent data we received from Weigh and Win, there are over 25,000 Coloradans enrolled in the program and the average weight improvement has been about 8% over the last year.

The only credit anyone should receive is reduced insurance rate commensurate with the reduced risk due to their lost weight.

These promotions are discriminitory agaainst those of us who maintain a healthy weight on our own. Kaiser should give us some credit for our initiative.

Mr. Wendell,

What kind of credit do you want?

Good luck, Stacy!

Thanks for posting this. I'm all signed up and really excited to start!!