Nearly 40% of his previous weight of 365 lbs. The show was such a life changing experience for him that he recently changed professions to maintain his healthy lifestyle by becoming a personal trainer Marty will be talking about The Walk and the Chew Gum, he will also specifically relate this to your city. Marty is kicking off a 100-day program, “Wrigley’s Walk and Chew Gum Challenge,” in September and is asking Americans to step it up and collectively cut 10 million calories and walk 100,000 miles. He can talk about his own struggle with managing his weight and provide listeners with tips such as: Step it Up-It takes only 2,000 steps to walk about one mile.Cut Calories- Marty will share his tips for reducing hunger and diminishing cravings for sweets.Team Up-You don’t have to manage your weight by yourself. Find a co-worker or friend and use your lunch hour to take a walk. Invest in some hand weights to increase the calorie burn. ***Marty will also talk about the best cities in America to walk. Americans challenged to walk 100,000 miles and cut 10 million calories Finding time to workout or eat healthy can be stressful for many Americans, which makes it difficult for them to try to lose or maintain a healthy weight. But managing your weight should be as easy as walking and chewing gum! That’s why Marty Wolff, former “The Biggest Loser, Season 3” contestant turned personal trainer, is encouraging people to manage their weight the way he did one step at a time. Marty Wolff competed in NBC’s hit reality show “The Biggest Loser, Season 3” and lost 146 pounds, nearly 40 percent of his previous weight (365 pounds). The show was such a life-changing experience for him that he recently changed professions to maintain his healthy lifestyle by starting his own business, Reality Wellness, with his girlfriend Amy Hildreth, a fellow “Biggest Loser.” This tour is sponsored by Wrigley’s.