Fitness icon David Lyons shocked the MS community with his workout system helping MSers become stronger, more mobile and overall healthier – at ALL mobility levels.
The results MSers are getting by following his workout system shows that it can help any MSer become stronger, more mobile and healthier.
Just take David himself as an example.
Over 15 years ago he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis after being paralyzed on one side of his body and couldn’t perform the simplest of tasks. The lifelong fitness trainer and bodybuilder was too weak to walk let alone exercise again.
Because of his past as an athlete and determination to not let MS control his life, David was destined to find out exactly what he can do to build up his strength again to function normally.
“It all comes down to the 3 essential building blocks to regaining control of your muscles again.”
Now at 62 years old, David Lyons is exercising like he was 20 again despite being told by the doctor that he would be in a wheelchair over 10 years ago.
But unfortunately, he found that most MSers don’t know about these 3 essential building blocks or are following the wrong advice by self-proclaimed MS fitness experts who don’t even have MS. And many MSers believe it is impossible to overcome their physical limitations and accept their limitations.
“No wonder so many MSers are having trouble with their strength and mobility and just aren’t doing anything to improve it,” says David.
After traveling the world, hosting events and seminars teaching MSers how to overcome their limitations, David decided to release his system online so that anyone can benefit from the convenience of their home.
David made a brief video about his workout system to share how you can get started. You can watch by clicking the button below.
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