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any celebrities on PT?

With PT making its way to People Magazine and Goodmorning America are there are any high profile celebrities endorsing PT?

Mon. Jun 4, 6:05pm

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There may in fact be several celebrities using PT, but thanks to anonimity, we may never know for sure.
But as far as "endorsing" PT, I think that's only a matter of time. Who will be the first??
Several of us have tried to lasso Oprah, but to no avail. I guess you don't get to be a billionaire by endorsing FREE websites, though.

Monday, June 04, 2007, 6:29 PM

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The word is spreading though...

I just joined last week and I am finding a great support here. Told a good friend who is a VP at a local college and she was impressed by the website and the press I directed to her. She's flagged it to the Wellness coordinator. They just spent a fortune on a student wellness ed program ....and PT is free! Her first question to me was "how much does it cost?"

Best part is the community. With the internet, everyone has the information they need at their fingertips. As they say in the African proverb.....It takes a village ......

Monday, June 04, 2007, 8:17 PM

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i *know* it's anon, but i don't understand how a celeb could be on PT... my groups and i have formed such close relationships; work, family, daily stressors DO come up and i don't know how a celeb could keep that hidden. ie "i binged out b/c i was so stressed" "oh really why?" "the paparazzi was chasing me"

Monday, June 04, 2007, 9:09 PM

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You know, the paparazzi chased me last week - man, they are SO annoying.

Monday, June 04, 2007, 9:12 PM

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The reason I like Peertrainer is because they DON'T have any celebrities endorsing them. Sorry, but it pisses me off when I see people like Kirstie Alley and Jenny McCarthy advertising other diet companies - yeah, you can afford to buy all their food and hire a personal trainer and a nanny to watch your kids while you get personalized 2-hour-a-day workouts. Peertrainer is made up of real people that I can actually identify with. Even Kate is a teacher and a mom, just like a lot of us.

Monday, June 04, 2007, 9:15 PM

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Having a celebrity endorsing PT would not make any sense since they can afford their own personal trainer, personal chef, etc. Using everyday people would be much more effective.

Monday, June 04, 2007, 9:19 PM

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you never know... there could be some D-listers out there on PT, there kinda like "regular people". that's why i like celebrity fit club, they actually show when they fall off the wagon or have mental breakdowns like the rest of us.

c'mon D-listers, let's lose some weight and get healthy for your comebacks!

Tuesday, June 05, 2007, 12:09 AM

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What is the obsession with celebrities? Who cares if they are here. They are just people like all of us. The only difference is like some have already stated they can afford personal chefs, trainers and sitters. If we all could we wouldn't be here. I have met quite a few "celebrities" and quite frankly they are normal people who don't require a lot of fanfare.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007, 12:34 AM

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i require fanfare

Tuesday, June 05, 2007, 10:13 AM

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I'm only human afterall

Not quite an "A lister" anymore and certainly not a "D lister" but always needing to stay healthy and on track. I do have a personal trainer but she's not the same as my Peertrainer girls. I like the sense of "community" with my group and the fact that nobody knows my identity makes it all really easy. I haven't been on a red carpet or seen my face/body in a magazine for two years so I guess by Hollywood standards I'm considered a thing of the past. However, most recently I've been doing animation voice-overs---best of both worlds: really fun work plus I get to eat whatever I want and no-one ever sees me when I'm having a "fat day!" Besides there is far too much drug and alcohol abuse in this town so to go out and party with some of these people is a death wish, ugh, talk about unhealthy! YUCK!

Monday, June 11, 2007, 3:32 AM

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