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My story, My reason (Lei Zhang)

Lei Zhang spent his early years as the “big guy” whose weight over the course of time reached 340 pounds. Easily winded by everyday physical activities the turning point in his life came with a near 911 call dialed in by–himself. Listen to Lei describe how he began his journey to physical, cardiovascular and mental

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On Location – Ashley Vanboxmeer

 
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Danny Cleary Quote

“When I started doing [AOS] I could barely do any of the exercises. But now I can see the benefits and feel great both on and off the ice.” Danny Cleary Detroit Red Wings

 
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Jerod Mayo Quote:

“Last year was my first using Art of Strength and I had my best season yet.” Jerod Mayo, New England Patriots 2011 Pro Bowl

 
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Willie McGinest Quote

“It’s intense. It shocks the body and gives you a different type of workout which is great.” Willie McGinest, NFL linebacker (retired)      

 
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Brandon Meriweather talks about training with Anthony DiLuglio:

“Jerrod Mayo hooked me up with A.D. (Anthony DiLuglio) . Every time I come up here I have to get in some kind of workout. Even if I come up here to work out with the team I still have to get in some type of workout with him. The stuff he does you can’t

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Play Out Loud (Austin)

We’ve got a special road to recovery this week, one that deals with a subject we’ve been passionate about and brought to you in some form or fashion for quite some time. We first touched on this subject more than 2 years ago when we began discussing the declining fitness and activity levels in America’s

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Road to Recovery – Peter Rosen

Peter underwent life saving quadruple bypass heart surgery over a decade ago.  The surgery was a success but poor dietary habits and lack of exercise slowly over took his life.  He suffered from severe diabetes and was seriously out of shape. Peter found our trainers at Punch Kettlebell Gym in Rumford to help him regain

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Road to Recovery – Jim Houle

We first met Jim Houle about a year ago. Like many of the people we meet Jim had an amazing story to tell, one that involved a once active life limited by tragedy. Jim, a member of Punch Kettlebell Gym, Rumford, had grown accustomed to living life void of the activity level he had so

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Road to Recovery – Kris Ellenwood

East Providence Police Officer, and father of 3, Kris Ellenwood came to Anthony after a short period in rehab following a traumatic car accident that saw both of his legs broken. For Kris, going beyond what rehab could give him was vital, his ability to go back on duty – his overall goal – is

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