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Steve Allison

Exercise Inc's Client of the Month

June 2014

Steve Allison is a former minor league baseball player. Being a dad and owning a small business left little time for him to work out. After hearing our ads on WIBC, he decided to give Exercise Inc a try.

Eighteen months later he is 40 lbs. lighter. But that’s not all. He is stronger than ever, his blood pressure is lower, he has energy to play with his kids, and he feels a lot better.

Steve loves the accountability he gets from his coach, Amanda. He also loves the way 20 minutes once a week fits into his busy schedule.

Oh, and here’s a link to Steve’s business, The Closers Inc. There is a great video that shows Steve before Exercise Inc.





Nancy Wills
Exercise Inc's Client of the Month
May 2014

Nancy Wills is a retired first grade teacher, who became a client at Exercise Inc in hopes of increasing her bone mineral density. After only 18 months of training she is no longer diagnosed with osteoporosis. Check out Nancy’s story, and you will understand why she is our May client of the month.





Milton Flowers
Exercise Inc's Client of the Month
April 2014

Milton Flowers is 72 years old, but don’t let that fool you. He still works full-time as manager of a medical facility, he rides motorcycles, and I’ll bet he can ski better than you.

Last year, when he realized he was slowing down, Milton turned to Exercise Inc for help. In the video interview we did, Milton talks about beating his friends on the slopes who are 20 years younger than him, and workout 5 days a week.

Milton gets his strength and energy to live an active life by training 20 minutes a week.

Check out the video. Milton is an inspiring man.



Have you ever been down in your back? If not there’s a pretty good chance you will be at some point in your life. It may be as simple as a dull annoying sensation, or the pain can be temporarily debilitating to the point that it is difficult to perform simple daily activities and impossible to go to work.

According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Americans spend at least $50 billion each year treating low back pain. Back pain is the most common cause of job related disabilities, and it is one of the main reasons people miss work.

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