The Evolution of a Workout(R)

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- TNL24-7.com officially launched its Web-based, customizable workout software early this year. TNL software is designed to empower anyone, regardless of fitness level, to take charge of their own exercise program, according to co-founder Gwen Roberts.

TNL24-7 allows anyone to create a professional quality workout, even those with little or no knowledge of fitness. It takes the guesswork out of creating an interesting, results-producing workout. It does everything for you! There are over 10,000 exercises and 8,000 video clips demonstrating proper form and use of equipment. It is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from any computer or smart phone with web service. TNL24-7 always provides a new and different workout, never a repeat.

It is important to change your exercise program every few weeks. The body adapts itself to any exercise routine within a short period of time and then no longer produces results, says Jay Mendoza, co-founder.

TNL24-7.com generates training routines that are challenging and fun. Whether the goal is to stay in shape, lose weight or gain muscle, TNL24-7.com can help get results.

TNL24-7.com (The Next Level 24-7) was developed over the last 3 years by two entrepreneurs with many years of fitness education and experience. TNL24-7 is a private, minority-owned company. It was founded in 2005 by Gwen Roberts and Jay Mendoza, who have over 40 years combined experience in the fitness arena. Jay is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with years of rehab training experience. Gwen is a fitness enthusiast whose expertise is in computer programming and system design.

Visit http://www.TNL24-7.com for more information.

SOURCE TNL24-7.com

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