Herbalife Nutrition recently celebrated a major milestone, achieving ‘Most Number of Participants in A Virtual Workout’ with over 1,400 participants! This feat has landed Herbalife Nutrition another spot in the Malaysia Book of Records, marking a total of two record-breaking achievements in the span of four years.
Conducted in conjunction with the Herbalife Nutrition Month, this initiative was part of its Healthy Active Lifestyle initiative which featured a #GetHealthyNow virtual workout session. Gathering Herbalife Nutrition members from across the country, the session was led by an internationally certified personal trainer from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Yves Lee Siong. Participants engaged in a series of friendly-home workout routines, helping them boost their overall fitness level while staying safe indoors.
“As a leading global nutrition company, we constantly seek to inspire Malaysians to lead a healthy, active lifestyle supported by good nutrition. I am thrilled that on the day after marking two years of the Movement Control Order, our members and customers have risen to the challenge of making a healthy active lifestyle central to efforts to returning to normalcy, demonstrating Herbalife Nutrition’s team spirit and earning another spot in the Malaysia Book of Records!” said Steven Chin, Senior Director/General Manager, Herbalife Nutrition Malaysia and Singapore.
Held annually in March, Herbalife Nutrition Month aims to support Malaysians in their health and wellness journeys with various exciting activities. This year it included a ‘Tone Up’ Webinar by Dr. Dana Ryan, Director of Sports Performance, Nutrition, and Education at Herbalife Nutrition and ‘Changing Your Lives with Good Nutrition’ Webinar by Tracey Lee, Nutrition and Product Education Trainer at Herbalife Nutrition.
Herbalife Nutrition members also had the opportunity to learn from Herbalife Nutrition’s experts, Dr. Kent Bradley, Chief Health and Nutrition Officer; and Susan Bowerman, Senior Director of Worldwide Nutrition Education and Training, on nutrition-related frequently asked questions.
Steven Chin added, “We would like to thank everyone who made Herbalife Nutrition Month a success. We definitely made a greater impact this year in our effort to raise awareness of healthy active lifestyles. We will continue to do our part to reach more Malaysians with nutrition education. More initiatives are in the pipeline for the coming months, so stay tuned!”
Previously, Herbalife Nutrition set a record for the Most Number Of Breakfast Advocates In Multiple Locations by having a total of 1145 breakfast advocates in 185 multiple locations across Malaysia during Healthy Breakfast Month. The objective of that event was to mobilize the most number of breakfast advocates to simultaneously promote healthy breakfasts in multiple locations across Malaysia.