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8/27/12 6:04 P

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Check Out SparkPeople's Coach Nicole in SELF Magazine
Monday, August 27, 2012

Happy Monday, SparkPeople!

In case you haven't heard the news yet, we're thrilled to tell you that Coach Nicole is currently featured in the September issue of SELF magazine—on newsstands now. Our very own fitness expert designed the cardio and strengthening workout plan for the SELF Diet Club, a weight-loss plan that combines a calorie-controlled diet along with Coach Nicole's workouts to help participants drop 2 pounds per week.

We're so proud that our trainer is featured (and that SparkPeople is mentioned as well! We'd like to encourage you to pick up a copy of the magazine and/or join the SELF Diet Club online, where you can also access the meal plans and workouts for free. Just sign up at

Please join us in congratulating Nicole for being the featured trainer in SELF magazine this month, and help us Spread the Spark by picking up a copy of the magazine, telling your friends, and joining SELF Diet Club's 4-week plan online. Thanks for your support!

The SparkPeople Team

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