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Twelve-Step Training

Spring 2011

Many people -- myself included -- have experienced the powerful spiritual principles behind the 12-step programs and witnessed dramatic changes as these universal laws began working in their lives. The same truths can also be applied in the realm of physical fitness with great success. It's what I've coined "12 Step Training."


It takes clearheaded honesty to look at yourself in the mirror and admit that you do (or don't) like what you see. Objective assessment of one's physical limitations and strengths is the cornerstone of an effective fitness program.


To achieve a healthier lifestyle, you must believe that you're capable of making this change for the better; you must have hope and faith that you can do it.

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