Fitness Unleashed!…Learn How to Lose Weight and Gain Health With Your Pet

Michael Torchia, founder of Operation Fitness is hosting a free health and fitness event for dogs and their owners this Saturday August 1, 2009 from 10:00 am – 3:00pm. This event will happen at Westwood Park, 1350 South Sepulveda Boulevard, Los Angeles and is held in conjunction with the Los Angeles City Council Resolution marking August 1 as an official “Health And Fitness Day” in Los Angeles.

Torchia will be conducting this Shape Up America Campaign designed to help adults, children and even pets get healthy for their own benefit and for the lasting benefits that will strengthen the entire nation for generations to come. This event represents the latest stop for Torchia who is traveling across America with his team of health experts to inspire Americans to pursue healthier lives and encourage people to end the epidemic obesity in our Country.

The recent launch of by Michael Torchia, offers pet owners a great and informative online resource to pursue animal health and wellness and offers pet owners a brilliant fitness plan for dogs and for themselves. Healthy Pet Nation’s approach to fitness for dogs and their human companions is based on the premise that if you start an exercise program involving your dog, your dog will not let you slack off, and both of you will greatly benefit. To this end, Healthy Pet Nation is distributing its official Six-Legged Exercise Plan for humans and their dogs.

All dog lovers are welcomed to show up this Saturday at Westwood Park located at 1350 South Sepulveda Boulevard in Los Angeles to receive their complimentary Six-Legged Exercise Plan, and to learn about all the health benefits. Interested dog owners can also visit

For additional information on the Shape Up America Campaign, Operation Fitness or the event launching in Los Angeles, please call 800.933.8633 or visit For press opportunities, contact Rachelle Brehm/LRB Publicity 310-704-1357 or [email protected].

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