Dr. Oz's 'Move It and Lose It' Diet Program Launches

VIDEO: Dr. Mehmet Oz challenges you to an 11-week "Move it and Lose it" fitness regime.
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Today on "Good Morning America," Dr. Oz talked about his free "11 Weeks to Move it and Lose It" virtual nutrition and exercise program to help people get motivated and trained to live a fit life.

The online program offers access to an elite training team of fitness and nutrition experts, and more than 400,000 people have signed up already.

Oz says people are more successful when they work with a personal trainer or nutritionist, but those things can get expensive. The program allows participants to get informations from the pros while setting goals, trackign weight loss, planning daily manus, asking questions and being a member of a weight-loss community for support.

Here's how you can get involved and get fitter in 2011:

Click here for an overview of the program.

Get started by registering here.

Set realistic goals by determining your BMI with this easy assessment. Understanding your BMI can give you a snapshot of your starting health and a wakeup call telling you where you should be.

Learn about Sharecare and the team of expert coaches from the Nike SPARQ Training Network who are hosting and providing the virtual coaching support throughout the event.

Stay motivated with biweekly live webcasts starting Tuesday. Tune in for the first 30-minute webcast with Dr. Mike Clark. He'll discuss the program and take questions live.

Click here to return to the "Good Morning America" website.

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