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What Should You Expect While Working With Us?

Nearly every month since 2011 I have published a newsletter and nearly every month I have featured the story of one of my clients who reached their goals by following our unique program.  The main reason I do this is to encourage others with similar problems that there is hope for them too.  The only downside to sharing these stories is that sometimes they lead people to think that they should have results that are just as quick and just as dramatic.  This may not...
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I Still Chuckle When I Think About This

Today as I sat down to write this newsletter, I remembered a story that I told a client this week that made me chuckle. In the summer of 2015, after many years of barely playing any basketball, I started to play with some friends a few times a week. Everything was going great until I started feeling my left knee getting over stressed. Because of where the pain was and how it felt, at one point I was concerned that I might be putting myself at risk for...
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1.4 Billion Adults Are At Risk Because of This

Earlier this afternoon my body was letting me know that my under active weekend was starting to take its toll.  Between the 5+ hours in the car yesterday, the standing around at my sons soccer game, and the 3 days away from the gym, I was definitely feeling the effects of my inactivity. You probably know what that feels like.  Your muscles feel stiff, your energy feels sluggish, and your brain feels less focused.  I hate feeling like that. I knew I had to do something, so after...
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Better Health and Fitness Begins With This

When you look back, can you point to a few key moments where something happened that completely changed the course of your life?  I can too. In fact, 20 years ago this month, I had one such moment that changed my life radically. I’ll share the story with you today because it illustrates a powerful principle that can help you achieve any goal that you set for yourself. It was October 1998.  I was 16 years old, 80 pounds overweight, and 10 months into a 26-month chemotherapy protocol...
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This Will Help You Reach Your Goals

Have you ever had what you would call an “A-HA” moment? You know what I mean.  They're those moments where a light bulb goes off in your head and all of a sudden you have this new way of looking at something. Don’t you love those moments? This week I thought about one of those "A-HA" moments that I had several years ago. I thought it’d be useful for you to hear about it today. It was the winter of 2015 and I was in my office talking with a...
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New Studies- Does Surgery Really Help?

In my recent seminars I told the stories of two of my clients who were told by doctors that they needed to have orthopedic surgery.  One was told that there was NO other option. Neither of them wanted surgery, but both of them were open to it if nothing else helped them regain their function and reduce their pain.  By the grace of God, improving their muscle function was enough to get them where they wanted to be.  Neither of them had to have surgery. You might think...
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The Miracle of Irma

In late August of 2017, the world was alerted to a massive hurricane that was about to make landfall in Texas. Hurricane Harvey, whose name means “battle ready”, struck land on August 25th and became one of the most destructive storms to ever hit the U.S. In the days that followed, many of us all over the country watched hours and hours of news coverage showing Harvey’s widespread devastation.  Houses and cars were flooded.  Neighborhoods were destroyed.  Dead bodies were seen floating on the flood waters. ...
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Truth Wins- $286 Million Dollar Settlement In Landmark Cancer Case

Yesterday I was saddened to hear about the death of Senator John McCain.  After a year long battle with brain cancer, his 81 year old body could no longer fight.  As a cancer survivor, his death reminds me how blessed I am to still be alive.  My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. When the news of his cancer was made public last year, many articles such as this one- What Caused John McCain's Cancer surfaced that suggested his cancer was...
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A Paralyzed Olympian Walks Again, A Plant That Can Restore Memory and The Dangers of Refilling Your Water Bottle

Jamie Nieto is a 2-time Olympian who competed for the U.S. in the high jump.  In April of 2016, he severely injured his neck during training and was paralyzed.  Doctors weren't sure if he'd ever regain more than 30% of his function, but in just over two years Jamie is already defying all expectations. This is an article that came out last summer as Jamie was beginning to take his first steps.  It explains in great detail what happened during the incident and what his initial...
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The Diet That Saved Novak Djokavic

When you're a sports fan, it's natural to watch your favorite athletes and think- how can they be so good?!  Often we chock up the talent to God given genetics and years of practice, but is that all it is? For the 2018 Wimbledon champ, the answer is no. Whether you're a tennis fan or not, I think you'll agree that Novak Djokavic's story is pretty amazing.  Early in his career, Novak often struggled with physical "crashes" during matches where he would get extremely tired and short of breath.  One time it...
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