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“At the age of 71 I was diagnosed with lupus in September of 2011. As soon as my medications took effect my doctor told me to look into some exercise to help counter some of the symptoms of the disease. Right after that the swim and tennis club to which I belong advertised a new class, given by Regan, for those with diseases like lupus, MS, and chronic fatigue, or for those who just needed some gentle exercise. In the five months since I’ve been taking the class I’ve learned to walk on the treadmill at three miles per hour for up to half an hour a day and to climb on the Stairmaster 14 or 15 flights at a time. These are things I never could do, even as a younger, stronger person. Regan really has changed my life.”
“Hey Regan I just wanted to tell you that you are the best trainer I’ve had and you are the nicest person I’ve ever met. Thank you so much for getting me back into the game!”
“I want to thank you for offering to do your class. You are the best instructor and so caring. Thank you for the good workout. I felt so much better when I left your class. You’re a godsend! I want you to know I personally really appreciate you and your fitness program.”
“I just want to thank you so much for coming to the lupus foundation last week and showing us some easy exercises. I want to let you know that it has been working well for me. I have not been sore from doing the exercises and I have lost a pound and a half in the past week. Like I said at the end of the class, it is very encouraging! Keep up the good work! I hope this is helpful for a lot of other people.”
“Good Morning Regan,
“I feel energized! I feel great!”
“This is the only program my doctor recommends and the only program I can do. I also enjoy it! I look forward to seeing Regan every week.”
Dr. Amy B. Elliott, Rheumatologist, Menlo Medical Clinic, affiliated with Stanford University, California
Dr. Judy Weiss, Rheumatologist, Denver, Colorado
Scott Shaw, Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer, San Jose State University
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