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The Makers of Hydroxycut Respond to Surprising Workout Motivation

The makers of Hydroxycut consider the role that financial incentives can play in encouraging individuals to keep New Year resolutions.

NEW YORK, Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- New Year resolutions are known for their fleeting nature; people sincerely promise to lose weight, eat healthier, and perform a plethora of other lifestyle changes when the clock strikes twelve as the last calendar year comes to an end, but many of these resolutions fizzle out before the third month of the year is even underway. For this reason, people have long searched for motivational tools that can inspire them to stay focused on their goals and achieve the objectives they set on January 1st. ABC reports that, this year, people are turning to financial incentives to keep their eye on the prize when it comes to their New Year resolutions. The makers of Hydroxycut, the best-selling weight loss supplement brand in America, have weighed in on this interesting new trend in a recent press statement.

According to the article, individuals are turning to mobile apps and websites to hold themselves accountable for their workouts. Furthermore, they are using monetary rewards and punishments to ensure that they follow through with their resolutions. The article explains how one app, in particular, works: "The premise allows those who go to the gym, according to their 'pact,' to never pay money, which can be anything from one to seven days a week. You provide your credit card information and pay an amount of your choosing if you do not adhere to the pact. The money from those who fail to meet their pact goal is pooled to those who do. A user's payout depends on what the people who failed to meet their goals put at stake and can often be a couple dollars a week."

The makers of Hydroxycut believe that this inventive system of rewards and punishments is very interesting, and that it can serve to motivate individuals who see money as being very high in value. In a recent press statement they comment: "The idea of using financial incentives to stick to a workout routine is not new, but we are seeing how the Internet and mobile technology have taken this concept to a new level. As such, we believe that many people can benefit from this form of motivation, as monetary gain and the avoidance of financial loss are important to nearly everyone."

The makers of Hydroxycut wish everyone the best of luck with their New Year resolutions and encourage those who are trying to lose weight to consider the benefits that supplements may provide.

ABOUT:

Hydroxycut is the number one, best-selling weight-loss supplement brand in America. The key weight-loss ingredients in Pro Clinical Hydroxycut are lady's mantle extract, wild olive extract, komijn extract, and wild mint extract. These ingredients have demonstrated the ability to help reduce BMI and encourage weight loss for participants involved in two clinical studies. In the first study, the average weight loss with these key ingredients was 20.94 pounds over a 12-week period. In the second study, the average weight loss was 16.50 pounds over an 8-week period.  All groups involved in these studies followed a reduced-calorie diet.

Hydroxycut™ is available in several formats, including Pro Clinical Hydroxycut Caffeine Free, Hydroxycut Herbal, and more.

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