While scrolling through ThePennyHoarder.com, I came cross this article about a woman who earned $1,191 for losing 80 pounds in six months.
Okaaay… so a company that pays participants cash in exchange for meeting their weight loss goals actually exists.
I then went to the website to check if this was actually real and found out that it has already been featured in shows like Good Morning America, The Doctors, CNN, The Today Show, to name a few.
This wellness company that I’m talking about is called Healthy Wage, which was founded in 2009, with a mission to create an impact on the growing obesity epidemic, by challenging individuals to make losing weight more fun and effective.
Studies show that financial incentives can increase the effectiveness of a weight loss program and individuals get motivated even more when their own money is at stake, that’s why Healthy Wage offers cash rewards in exchange for weight loss success. (Oh, so it’s like placing a bet on yourself… now that makes sense.)
So how does it work?
Calculate your potential winnings by entering how much weight you want to lose (10% minimum weight loss goal) in your desired number of months (6-18 months), and the amount you are willing to bet each month ($20-$150/month). Depending on your adjustments, you can win up to $10,000.
Once you’re okay with all the goals and the potential prize, you can now make your bet.
To complete the sign-up process, you need to verify your weight by taking a video through the app or get verified by a health/fitness professional.
Throughout the challenge, you need to report your weight on the website each week.
To learn more about the Official Rules, click HERE.
So yeah, it’s as simple as that. If you hit your goal by the end of the challenge, you get the prize. If not, your bet goes to support HealthyWage. BTW, the fastest and easiest way to lose weight is KETO!
If you’re interested to take on the challenge and earn tons of cash, The HealthyWager is open to all residents of the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Latin America (including Mexico), Australia, and most of Europe and Asia.