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A New Crowdfunding Campaign for the OFFyT Can Help Beat Office Obesity

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 11:45 AM CST, Wed, March 04,2015

Office obesity has become a serious problem in America and around the world. Thanks to a new Crowdfunding campaign to launch the OFFyT, an exciting office health exercise product, obesity could be reduced.

Los Angeles, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/04/2015 -- According to reports, over 78.6 million people in America are overweight or obese, and a large portion of these people work within an office environment. One of the main problems why people who work in an office are at risk of obesity is due to the lack of exercise. A new product called The OFFyT has been developed to help beat office obesity, and the people behind the product have launched a Crowdfunding campaign to make it widely available.

The product allows a person to exercise during the day at work through the use of resistance bands. As shown on the video on their funding page, it gives people a real workout and allows them to lose weight and become slimmer.

The OFFyT Crowdfunding campaign hopes to raise $85,000, which will be used to produce the office health product and make it available for office workers all over the world. With people's support, office obesity could be reduced and people who work in an office environment could become healthier and avoid serious health problems that could put them at serious risk.

When a person is overweight or obese, they can be at a higher risk of serious health issues that includes Type 2 diabetes, depression, and heart disease. Obesity has become so serious it has become the second biggest health killer behind cancer. That is why health experts have advised people should exercise at least twenty minutes per day.

The Crowdfunding campaign is looking to raise $85,000. To learn more about the OFFyT and to watch the product in action and support the campaign, please visit

About The OFFyT
The OFFyT is an important piece of equipment that can help a person working in an office to become healthier.

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