PRLog - May 3, 2011 - LONDON, Ontario -- Skip Orem is celebrating 175 episodes of his fitness podcast 'The Get Fit Pod.' The podcast is geared toward the everyday person and has become an important resource for the average individual seeking to get and stay in shape.
With the help of his listeners, Skip has developed the Get Fit Pod Fitness Strategy which combines diet, exercise, music, knowledge and journaling into an effective, life-long approach to fitness.
“I’m especially proud of my unique personal relationship with the listeners of The Get Fit Pod. We have developed a special bond as we work together on improving and maintaining our fitness and health, “says Skip Orem. “ The Get Fit Pod regular and workout episodes are totally driven by listener suggestions and comments. It’s cool to work with so many great friends all over the world as we get fit and healthy.”
Skip combined his love of running and all things fitness with his “day job” as a professional voice over artist to create one of iTunes most popular fitness podcasts on iTunes, with over 100, 000 listeners world-wide.
To download The Get Fit Pod, visit:
About Skip Orem
Skip Orem has been doing voice overs for more than 15 years and has become an internationally recognized voice over artist. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University and has significant training in voice acting and audio engineering.
Skip owns GPOD Audio Production and, as an experienced sound engineer, is able to provide professionally edited, studio quality, sound files, delivered in any format including music and sound effects. His studio operates with state of the art microphones and equipment with a Skype connection allowing clients to direct recording sessions live from anywhere in the word.
Skip recently published a new website called “Skips Voice” where his demos can be sampled in a variety of voice over categories along with rates and special packages. http://skipsvoice.com/
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