1 year review of D.T.

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ttiros1
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1 year review of D.T.

Post by ttiros1 » Mon Jan 02, 2012 4:46 pm

04 January marks the one year anniversary of D.T.. Before I start let me give some background. I started at age 62 and am now 63. I have always been small framed,at 5:7.You might say I have a runners build. I started doing D.T. every other day. After 3 months I changed to doing lessons 1-12 every other day and the perpetuals on the off days. I walked 3 miles 3 days a week while the weather was warm.
I really can't complain. I was 150 pounds when I started and am now 145 and have maintained that weight. Also the remarks that have been made to me were very up lifting.
1. my doctor had not seen me in over 6 months. His comment to me was" Tom you have lost weight and you look like you should be going to Afghanistan with our Marines."
2. co-worker said to me" why are you going to walk there, you are in such great shape"
3. another co-worker said "Tom you are the most fit person in this building"
Here are my results: arms: +.5
chest: .25
expanded: 1"
thigh: .5
calf: .25

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Re: 1 year review of D.T.

Post by geosta » Wed Jan 04, 2012 12:53 pm

Congratulations ttiros1,
I always thought that Atlas course is the best way
for good shape and great health and you prove it
once more.
Keep the good work!
"Give every man more in use value
than you take from him in cash value;
then you are adding to the life of the
world
by every business transaction"

Wallace D. Wattles

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Re: 1 year review of D.T.

Post by emfermi » Fri Jan 06, 2012 3:22 pm

Tom, it is great to see your review posted. I find it very inspiring and I am sure many more people will :D

ttiros1
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Re: 1 year review of D.T.

Post by ttiros1 » Mon Jan 09, 2012 7:34 pm

Thanks to everyone who helped me this past year with your answers to my questions!!!

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Re: 1 year review of D.T.

Post by Jendall714 » Sat Aug 25, 2012 4:46 am

For me I realized that something was definitely going on when I started getting total strangers coming up to me and asking me about my routine and if I could help train them! To be honest I didn't think I had that great of physique, but other people see you differently I suppose! It is very satisfying and rewarding when strangers notice your physique! The Atlas course definitely works, I don't care what anyone says! Now I just need to read the section on how to have a magnetic personality and I am all set!

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Re: 1 year review of D.T.

Post by jtheath100 » Thu Apr 18, 2013 10:06 am

hey, ttiros1,
I read your reply to a post I entered a week or so ago on another topic and while browing the forum I just came across this one of yours. So now it's a second year! I hope you have found it beneficial to keep at it. A lot of folks don't realize that us older guys can benefit from the Charles Atlas course, but you and I both know it's true. Happy Anniversary!
Jim

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