International Fitness Model Diego Sechi & Sanetris LLC Announce New Partnership

Diego Sechi and Sanetris announced the launch of the Metabolic Cleanse, their latest Weight Loss 30 Day Challenge for Men and women looking to get in the best shape of their life.

Tampa, United States - October 18, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Diego Sechi and Sanetris will be working together on their newest launch for Metabolic Cleanse which launched 10/15/2020. These two companies have a wealth of combined experience as Sanetris brings years of marketing and branding experience in the health and fitness niche., Diego Sechi brings years of practical experience and knowledge around diet and exercise. Sanetris has run 30 day challenges to nearly 100,000 people all over the world..

Interested parties can view full details of the program on the following website: https://Metabolic-Cleanse.com.

With the launch of Metabolic Cleanse, Diego Sechi and Sanetris LLC will be sharing multiple responsibilities including:

Together we’ll be bringing the Metabolic Cleanse 30 day challenge to the world. – Both companies will work hard to serve the customer and bring them high quality diet and exercise advise from the expert Diego Sechi.

Marketing and content – Sanetris will bring the marketing chops while Diego brings the content and course material.

Motivation and Inspiration – Sanetris has designed motivation systems to keep customers engaged. Diego will do weekly Facebook presentations to the group to keep everyone moving forward achieving their goals.

Metabolic Cleanse has been created specifically for Men and Women looking to get in the best shape of their life.

Here’s just a few of the features of the program:

There’s a 30 Day challenge to lose weight and get guided help from Diego Sechi himself. – Diego will make sure you stay on track with the program. He has a time-tested method to detox and cleanse the body with his one of a kind “Metabolic Cleanse” program.

Cover Model Abs -You can also get Cover Model abs. Discover Diego’s step by step exercise routine to create the abs you’ve always dreamed of.

Diego On The Go Private Podcast – Want even more from Diego? You can add a year subscription to this private podcast where you join Diego on the road as he prepares for fitness competitions and interviews elite athletes all over the world.

Mike Williams, COO of Diego Sechi had this to say about the new launch partnership for Metabolic Cleanse:

Sanetris is proud to announce our partnership with Italian fitness superstar Diego Sechi. Diego Sechi has won Mr. Europe and graces the covers of countless fitness magazines. We look forward to bringing his ground breaking program – the Metabolic Cleanse to an international audience.

Those interested in learning more about the partnership can do so here: https://Metabolic-Cleanse.com. Those interested in purchasing Metabolic Cleanse can do so here: https://Metabolic-Cleanse.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Mike Williams
Email: Send Email
Organization: Sanetris LLC
Address: 19046 Bruce B. Downs Blvd #1029, Tampa, Florida 33674, United States
Phone: +1-877-972-6387
Website: https://Sanetris.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88981315

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