(Times of San Diego) January 11, 2021 The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is seeking to help people get in shape for their New Years resolutions by beginning its annual 30-day Get Fit San Diego Challenge Monday. Get Fit is a fun and friendly fitness competition sponsored by Kaiser Permanente intended to give participants a helping hand on their health related- goals. “2020 has changed all of our routines and separated us from our friends and colleagues,” said Jerry Sanders, chamber president and CEO. “With Get Fit, we’re hoping to help provide some connection through friendly competition that’s geared toward establishing healthy habits and a focus on overall wellness. The health and wellness of our workforce has never been more important and when we’re healthy and feeling our best that’s good for business and good for our community as a whole,” he said. The free challenge is open to chamber members and nonmembers, individuals and teams of five to 10 people. Participants and teams can choose between three levels of competition based on their perceived fitness level: “Back on the Wagon,” “Average Joes” and “Fitness Buffs.” Those interested in taking part can sign up now by visiting “Starting the year focused on health and wellness is a great way to establish the healthy habits that make us more resilient,” said Jane Finley, vice president and area manager for Kaiser Permanente San Diego. “Kaiser Permanente is proud to sponsor this program and share in supporting healthy behaviors that […]