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Admit it: You have a weakness for The Biggest Loser. It's only natural. The show's a perfect blend of schadenfreude and fitness inspiration. But when the show ends and you're still comfortably wedged into your couch with a bag of Cheetos next to you, that inspiration disappears into thin air.

Why not get some real motivation at BodyTrain City, sponsored by PUMA? The event invites the ladies of South Florida to get sporty in destinations throughout the Magic City -- led by professional athletes including soccer player Leslie Osborne, CrossFit athlete Mel Ockerby, and yes, even former Biggest Loser trainer Cara Castronuova. Over the course of three days -- Friday, March 2 to Sunday, March 4 -- you'll box, kick, play, and last-chance-workout your way to a healthier you. You'll also get to try on PUMA's new PowerCore apparel.

Normally, you'd need a VIP invitation to attend. But there's good news: You and a friend can do it all for free. Read on to find out how to win a weekend of personal training, courtesy of Cultist and PUMA.

Here's what's up for grabs: attendance at BodyTrain City Miami events

over three days, plus a shared hotel room for you to rest your tired

muscles each night. And here's how to win.

Official BodyTrain City Miami Giveaway Instructions

1. Head over to Cultist's Facebook page and Like it.

2. Find the "Free Personal Training" update, and leave a comment.

3. From the pool of commenters, we'll randomly select one lucky winner

and send him/her a message how to claim the prize -- access for you and a

friend to next weekend's BodyTrain City events. So keep an eye on your

Facebook messages.

4. Last thing ... You only have until noon on Monday, Feb. 27, to enter.

Good luck!

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