The Weight Loss Minute with Chuck Carroll
The Weight Loss Minute with Chuck Carroll is a daily 60-second radio feature that will inspire your audience to lead a healthier life.
Chuck Carroll is not just another talking head trying to sell America on fitness. He is not a personal trainer, nor does he have a doctorate in nutrition. Instead, he is a man that knows the struggle on the scale is real.
At his heaviest, Chuck weighed 420 pounds and was unable to walk across the street without becoming short of breath.
A 66-inch waist and 6XL shirt size made shopping off the rack impossible. And a serious addiction to food threatened to cut his life short before his 30th birthday.
Chuck knows the frustrations of “yo-yo dieting” — losing weight only to put all of it back on and more.
Chuck is a man your audience can relate to, because he is them.
The confidence he gained during his weight loss journey took him from NFL locker rooms to covering some of the biggest news stories in the country.
Now, 250 pounds lighter, he is helping others follow their dreams by becoming their best self and finally conquering the battle of the bulge once and for all!
You can bring Chuck’s enthusiasm, insight and inspiration to your audience with The Weight Loss Minute with Chuck Carroll.
The feature is designed to become appointment listening while offering stations an opportunity to secure lucrative sponsorships in the health and weight loss industries.
Small Changes, Big Success
Your Audience Will Care
- Success: Easy daily weight loss tips for audience to follow
- Trending: Content tailored to current buzz-worthy news cycle
- Myth Busting: Debunking diet myths that do more harm than good
- Simple Science: What am I doing wrong? Answers that don’t require a PhD
These Are Your Listeners
- More than two-thirds of adults in the U.S. are considered overweight or obese
- 45% of overweight them are trying to lose weight
- 67% of obese men and women are trying to lose weight
Big Money in Slimming Down
- $64 billion: size of U.S. weight loss market in 2014
- $206 billion: projected global weight loss market by 2019
- $1 trillion: projected global spending on all health food products by 2017