ARIIX issued the following announcement on Feb. 7.
ARIIX, an international opportunity company that promotes healthy, toxin-free living, is pleased to announce the addition of Kristen White to the ARIIX Athletes Council. The Athletes Council is comprised of knowledgeable professionals who are committed to broadening the company’s understanding and ability to provide safe, pure and effective supplements catering to the nutritional needs of athletes — consumers with the highest level of nutritional demands.
Owner of ATLAS Fitness in the Jackson, Tennessee area, White is a certified trainer and fitness instructor who empowers others to improve their health and fitness by motivating and instructing in person as well as educating and inspiring via her weekly radio program.
“Most people think athletes are just the ones who play sports, but in my gym we call all our members athletes because we do so many athletic fundamentals and movements just for overall fitness,” said White, whose certifications include PowerWave Instructor, LesMills Instructor, Aquatics Instructor and Cycling Instructor. “I have trained college athletes, former professional athletes, and people preparing to enter the military. Fitness can be boring, or it can be as fun, challenging and innovative as you want it to be.”
“I believe supplementation is even more important than it was decades ago,” continued White. “Choosing the right supplement is the key because there are thousands of products on the market, and many people get confused about what they should be taking. The ARIIX products have helped change the way I look, feel and perform. The company’s ‘no compromise’ philosophy is something other brands do not encompass, and I feel this is what makes ARIIX stand apart!”
“We are pleased to welcome Kristen White to the Athletes Council and look forward to her contributions,” said Deanna Latson, ARIIX Chief Product Officer. “Her dedication to helping others improve their health, and her passion for motivating people to take action, makes her a great fit for our team.”
For more information about the ARIIX Athletes Council, please visit ariix.com.
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