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Category: Transforming Lives

Training for Paralympics 2020

My name is Alanna Flax-Clark. When I was 13, I woke up one morning and could not move or walk on my right foot. I had always been healthy, so this came as a shock. I was finally diagnosed with a chronic neurological disease associated with dysregulation of the central nervous system and autonomic nervous

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My Escape

Most people decide to work on their fitness levels for a variety of reasons. They could be trying to lose weight, raise serotonin levels in their brain; the list goes on and on. I used to be one of those people. I loved working out solely because it made me feel good. I would run

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Not A New Pump, Rather A NuStep

Disclaimer: I have no financial interest in NuStep, LLC nor did I receive or agree to receive valuable consideration of any kind for writing this article. My name is Gary Grist. I retired in December of 2014. Anyone who retires thinking all their problems are solved should think again; finances, healthcare, estate planning, etc. My

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Exercise Is A Priority

Its been 7 weeks, and I’m down 10 pounds. I’m weighing in at 165, not exactly where I wanted to be, but life gets in the way and that is something I continue to work on. I love my NuStep and the fact that it is right in my living room. However, I still find

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NuStep: “Champion Mentality”

Hi everybody! My name is Natalie Buchoz. I am a 23-year old college graduate from the University of Southern California (USC), entrepreneur, philanthropist, animal lover and Spinal Cord Injury victim. I am going to start this post with a little bit of background about myself, then I am going to transition into how the NuStep

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