OKLAHOMA CITY – Science Museum Oklahoma and Steve Clausen’s OneHealthyBod are excited to announce OKC’s Biggest Loser Contest October 1st – December 28th 2011 at Science Museum Oklahoma. This weight loss challenge is aimed towards encouraging Oklahoma City residents to live healthier lifestyles and transforming Oklahoma City into a fit city. “OKC's Biggest Loser Contest is an awesome way for Oklahomans to become healthier and lead a better life.” said Steve Clausen, of OneHealthyBod, the official trainer for the Oklahoma City Thunder Girls. “Oklahoma currently is not rated very high in health. The Biggest Loser contest is here to inspire and motivate Oklahomans to change, as well as give contestants great opportunities to learn a healthier lifestyle that they can teach their friends and family. OKC's Biggest Loser Contest has some of the greatest sponsors involved. It gives these sponsors a chance to help other Oklahomans reach their goals and lead a better life.” Registration for OKC’s Biggest Loser Contest is open until September 30th and can be done online at www.onehealthybodsbiggestloser.com or by emailing Steve@onehealthybod.com. OKC’s Biggest Loser Contest starts October 1st with official contestant weigh-in at Science Museum Oklahoma, the official contest location. Contestants will work towards their weight loss goals with weekly weigh-ins taking place at Science Museum Oklahoma. Contestants will be competing for the Grand Prize, a five Day Caribbean Cruise for two on Carnival Cruise Lines. For more contest details go to www.onehealthybodsbiggestloser.com or search on Facebook.com for Onehealthybod presents: OKC Biggest Loser Contest. “We feel this is a great opportunity for Science Museum Oklahoma to encourage OKC residents to get fit, be healthy and have fun!” said Suzette Ellison, Vice President of Programs and Interpretation. “We feel this is great way for families visiting the museum to be inspired and experience how fitness can be fun.” About Science Museum Oklahoma Science Museum Oklahoma reveals the wonder and relevance of science in our everyday lives. Get up to your elbows in science with acres of hands-on experiences, thousands of space, aviation and cultural artifacts and new exhibits always on the horizon. Blast off beyond the Milky Way in the Planetarium Theater and feel the heat from live explosions in Science Live. And you’ll love traveling to new worlds while watching IMAX movies in the dome theater. Let your inner-child run wild! CONTACT: JACQUELYN MUSGROVE | COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR | CELL 405.921.5516 | JMUSGROVE@SCIENCEMUSEUMOK.ORG ###