ChicagoPride.com launches new fitness channel
Thu. February 25, 2016 1:04 PM by GoPride.com News Staff
sam provenzano, right fit for you
Right Fit For You fitness channel on ChicagoPride.com features daily workouts and health blogs
The channel, located at http://chicagopride.com/fitness, initially launches with daily workout videos from high-energy trainers Jake Kozens and James Peska, supplemented by nutritional recipes and health blogs by the city's premier LGBT-friendly personal trainers and fitness allies.
In addition, visitors can enter their zip code to browse through profiles of local LGBT-friendly trainers and discover the perfect professional to match to their goals.
The Right Fit for You website was launched last year by Sam Provenzano, the company's founder and President, who says it's primary mission is to provide patrons with an honest and comfortable client/trainer relationship from start to finish.
"It's not just about the workout," said Provenzano. "Successful relationships are built on trust. It's essential for clients have open communication about what's happening in their lives that could impact meeting their fitness goals."
According to ChicagoPride.com president, Matthew Inawat, more than 41 percent of visitors to the ChicagoPride.com website have indicated a strong interest in personal fitness goals, which was a key motive for the partnership.
"Aside from the perfect customer-to-content fit, this is the perfect partnership because Right Fit For You shares the same values of empowerment as ChicagoPride.com," explained Inawat. "Visitors to ChicagoPride.com count on us to find their daily LGBT news, events, entertainment options and networking experiences. So now we are extremely excited to help motivate our users every day through fresh multimedia content and encourage our users towards positive steps in their nutrition and fitness."
"ChicagoPride.com is the #1 resource for LGBT news and entertainment and we want to be the the city's top resource when it comes to getting fit and staying healthy," added Provenzano. "This is the first step we're taking towards providing a next generation fitness package."