FitResolution announced its presence today as a place to bring together health, fitness and Web 2.0 technology. The site is the creation of founder and president Zach Silverzweig, who came up with the idea while developing his own workout plan to fight a disease he was facing.
FitResolution offers for free the ability for registered users to create, share and search through workout plans based on keywords and fitness goals. It allows users to follow a workout plan and offers a community aspect for networking and support. One can also log progress so he or she can compare and compete against one another.
“We are the first website to fully embrace an online approach to physical fitness,” said Silverzweig. “Some sites are just trying to link social networking and exercise. FitResolution is different. We put the power to get healthy in the hands of our users who create and share workout plans.”
Originally posted on July 11, 2007 @ 7:22 pm