Former track-and-field champion Jackie Joyner-Kersey once said, “It’s better to look ahead and prepare than to look back and regret.” Regret will hardly be an issue for Herbalife-sponsored high jump, long jump and triple jump competitor Caterine Ibargüen, who prepares herself with such dedication that she recently qualified for the 2016 world games in Rio de Janeiro. Read more »
Herbalife-sponsored boxer Mary Kom is the first Indian female athlete in history to win a gold medal at the Asian Games, which she accomplished in 2014. Now she has her sights set on another gold medal at the 2016 games in Rio de Janeiro. “I’m putting all of my energy into my training, fitness and overall health so I can achieve this dream,” says Kom. “I’m proud to have Team Herbalife, the best nutrition brand in the world, on my side.”
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Herbalife is spreading the word about the basics of heart health with the help of its experts, including Herbalife Chief Health and Nutrition Officer, Dr. John Agwunobi. “My passion for public health is why I’m excited to be working for Herbalife,” he says. “The ability to reach and touch so many people, in their communities, all around the world, makes Herbalife unique.”
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When you’re involved in the planning of a global company’s future, there’s only one thing that’s more important than the rigorous development of that strategy. “It’s about conveying and fostering a sense of confidence in the ideas and plans we have and the direction in which we are going,” says Neil Spiers, Herbalife Vice President, Global Strategic Planning, Business Optimization and Real Estate. “As our CEO Michael O. Johnson likes to say, ‘The real value is in the conversations that go into building the plan.’
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For Herbalife-sponsored wheelchair racer Toni Piispanen, it’s about 20 meters into a race when he starts to get really excited. Why? “Because that’s usually the first time I notice that my competitors are behind me,” he says. It’s that winning attitude, fierce drive and optimism that have helped propel Piispanen to the highest levels of the sport, including his biggest win to date, taking gold at the 2012 international competition in London. As one of Finland’s most accomplished athletes, there is no doubt that his road to success has been paved with incredible challenges and hard work.