fat chance

Gibbons, Neil
March 2002
Leisure & Hospitality Business;3/7/2002, p35
Focuses on the issue of obesity and fat acceptance in health clubs in England. Reasons obese persons avoid health clubs; Challenges of fitness and weight loss education to the public; Discussion on how to attract and encourage obese persons to enroll in fitness clubs.


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