Muscle Maker Grill: Win 90 Days of Free Food With Muscle Maker Challenge

Beach season is among us, and with the temperatures continuing to rise, it's become pretty hard to continue hiding all that newly acquired "winter weight" under last season's bulky sweaters. But, Hollywood's own Muscle Maker Grill is here to help you get back on the beach in no time.

Its new Muscle Maker Makeover is open to local men and women who need to lose at least 50 pounds. If you win, it will be easy to keep the weight off, since you'll be entitled to 90 days of breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Muscle Maker Grill and 90 days of semiprivate fitness training at Synergize! Home of CrossFit954.

To enter, you must fill out an entry form, write a personal essay, and include at least one full-length picture. The completed packets need to then be dropped off at Muscle Maker Grill by Friday, May 27.

Just for entering, you'll be able to attend a free seminar at Synergize! catered by Muscle Maker Grill and to sit in on an educational and motivational speech by restaurant owner Tony Torres and Synergize! president Shondelle Solomin-Miles.The winner will be chosen based on the desire and commitment to shed the pounds and will be announced during the seminar.

But even if you don't win, you'll still benefit from free diet tips and online tools to use at home and enjoy discount offers for a small group of your friends to attend classes at Synergize!

For more information, visit musclemakergrill.com, or call 954-962-2226.


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