While Vincent is a strong advocate for healthy, balanced eating, she's not big on dieting. "There are no new truths in dieting," she says. "There has to be something in you, a truth in you that drives you forward." Vincent's truth led her to The Biggest Loser competition, where she lost 122 pounds and gained a world of health and new opportunities.

Imagine what you can do when you discover and act on your own truth. It's powerful and it's yours to explore on March 10, 6pm at the Spokane Club. Call 838-8511 to reserve your tickets. Seating is limited, so call today. " />
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"Biggest Loser" winner coming to Spokane Club

— Ali Vincent is living proof that we become what we believe is possible. The first female to be named The Biggest Loser on the popular reality TV show of the same name, Vincent's journey of transformation is inspirational for all of us--whether our goal is to shave a little time off our Bloomsday race or shave inches off our waistlines for good. Vincent is bringing her inspiring message to the Spokane Club on March 10 at 6pm. The event is open to the public; tickets are $ 25. Call 838-8511 to purchase.

One of the key pieces of Vincent's transformation is learning the power of setting goals. "There is no pre-set destination for the rest of your life," she says. "If you want to make progress in anything, you have to set goals. Make them challenging and face the fear. Your commitment, follow-through and consistency will get you there."

While Vincent is a strong advocate for healthy, balanced eating, she's not big on dieting. "There are no new truths in dieting," she says. "There has to be something in you, a truth in you that drives you forward." Vincent's truth led her to The Biggest Loser competition, where she lost 122 pounds and gained a world of health and new opportunities.

Imagine what you can do when you discover and act on your own truth. It's powerful and it's yours to explore on March 10, 6pm at the Spokane Club. Call 838-8511 to reserve your tickets. Seating is limited, so call today.

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