NEW YORK CITY, NY–As we are now in the swing of the 2016 holiday season, celebrity fitness trainer Charity Lynette has a groundbreaking, new online TV series cooking–looking at What’s In Your Basket?, and teaching people how to live healthier, happier lives. Charity, a plus-size model and fitness instructor, has been featured on such diverse media outlets as Centric TV, Hip Hop Weekly Magazine, Full Blossom Magazine (FBM), and the NY Daily News. As CEO of Curvy Chick Fitness, Charity’s work with hospitals, health fairs, and celebrity clients brings the gift of improved health and better living to thousands of people from coast to coast. “My journey has been a long road to get to where I am comfortable with my body and health,” Charity says, and with this latest venture, she’s ready to do the same for countless others. What’s In Your Basket? takes place in real life, with Charity doing “woman in the street” interviews with people to find out what is in their “Life’s Basket” that’s causing them to be unhealthy. Whatever those items are–stress, poor eating habits, poverty–Charity devises a plan to help people make healthy choices and address those issues!
Beginning with a fabulous premiere, there will be two episodes a month on YouTube, with the ultimate goal of moving to network television, What’s In Your Basket showcases Charity’s unique approach to fitness, incorporating dance, one-on-one workouts, and comprehensive meal prep tutelage, and expands her concepts to other areas of life activity. On the show, Charity teaches us how to shop for a meal, make your favorite holiday dishes healthier, how to blend holiday food into your weekly meal prep, the way to do a detox and make delicious, healing smoothies, homemade versions of prepackaged, processed foods, and much, much more! As a woman whose own struggles with weight loss–she successfully shed 110 pounds after the death of her mother from heart disease prompted Charity to take her life in a completely new direction. “I wanted to teach women and give them the tools to get to a healthier version of themselves,” Charity states, “Going through my own 110-pound weight loss journey has prepared me to work with women not only physically but mentally as well.”
Discover more about Charity’s work at her website, and for media inquiries or interview requests, contact Ernest Jackson of MNS Media Group at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out an episode below.