Scale Back Alabama 2022

We’re on a break! It’s not you, it’s us.

Scale Back Alabama has been helping Alabamians get healthier since 2007. We’ve done our best to grow with the times, but a lot can change in 16 years! We’ve evolved into a more holistic approach to health, rather than just focusing on weight loss. We have increased and diversified our content, switched to a virtual format, and developed individualized health goals. We are now at a crossroads about deciding what the future will hold for Scale Back Alabama. In 2022, we will be taking a break and will be looking for your input as we decide which direction will be taken for the program.

Don’t worry, we aren’t going away in 2022! We’ll be sending out regular emails with tips and resources to help keep you on track while we press pause on the program. In the meantime, continue to follow us on social media! If you have any questions or suggestions for us, or would like to be added to the email list, please contact us at info@scalebackalabama.com.

Scale Back Alabama Committee

  • Alabama Cooperative Extension System
  • Alabama Department of Public Health
  • Alabama Hospital Association
  • Baptist Health, Montgomery
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama
  • City of Huntsville
  • East Alabama Medical Center
  • Fresh Air Family
  • Lakeshore Foundation
  • YMCA of Greater Montgomery

Scale Back Alabama Podcast:
“The Weigh In”

“The Weigh In” is the official podcast of Scale Back Alabama, a statewide wellness program committed to supporting participants on their journey to living healthier lives. Though we won’t be recording new episodes in 2022, these previously recorded episodes are definitely worth a listen (or re-listen!)

Scale Back Alabama Blog

The Scale Back Alabama Blog features tips and advice from some of the health professionals who make Scale Back Alabama possible each year.

About Us

Scale Back Alabama (SBA) is a free, statewide wellness program for adults, ages 18 or older, who live in Alabama or work for an Alabama based organization. It is designed to encourage Alabamians to get healthy and have fun while doing it.

Scale Back Alabama is designed to address the state’s challenge with obesity; however, we caution individuals to check with their health care provider before beginning a new exercise or diet regimen.