You will learn about the fascinating history of modern exercise from John Peterson.


We are pleased to bring you a special series of interviews with health and fitness expert John Peterson. John is 57-years-old, but is in better physical condition than most people half his age (John often says that he's 25 from the neck down). John has developed an amazing workout for himself and the people he trains and shares his secrets to life, health and strength in this special LivingFuelTV series with host KC Craichy. KC wrote this about John Peterson in Super Health 7 Golden Keys to Unlock Lifelong Vitality. John Peterson is a friend of mine and, in my opinion, is today's Charles Atlas. He is a walking encyclopedia on the history of physical fitness. John's personal story in Pushing Yourself to Power is worth of the price of the book alone ... the fact that he contracted polio in 1956, which left his legs dreadfully misshapen, and was the target of a bully's torture is the stuff of legends. He was fortunate to have gone on to be schooled in the Earle Liederman course and the Charles Atlas course, which truly took him from being a 94-pound weakling to the man he is today. We invite you to watch this second video in our special series as John shares the amazing history of isometric exercises from the late 19th century into the 20th century.

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