Project Dragon has the potential to save my life.
(Reynoldsburg, OH, USA)
I'm fighting for my life, and Project Dragon might be my last chance. I take 13 prescription medications and as many vitamins, herbal supplements, and OTC medications. I am currently being treated for chronic pain with underlying fibromyalgia, depression, sleep disorders (severe insomnia & apnea), gastroparesis, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, allergic rhinitis, and have just started having episodes of sleep eating.
Six months ago I had my knee replaced and at the rehab center my back was injured. I have to start physical therapy to try to get some relief. I can't even ride my exercise bike due to the pain. I know how to eat properly but I don't. Pain and exhaustion trump eating. I'm 80 pounds overweight. In two weeks I'll be 64. What if this picture changed?
I could turn this into a sob-story, but I'm not looking for sympathy. I want the opportunity. I want to live a lot longer. I want to see my grandchildren grow up and become successful adults. I want to be in good health and feel like living is worthwhile; to once again have energy, joy and all the other goodies of a life well-lived.
I want to be able to de-clutter my house. I want to make a contribution to society by finishing my book, Breaking the Math Barrier. There are so many things I want to do, but I'm not ready for a bucket list.
I don't know if Project Dragon was designed for someone in such terrible shape. I don't want to be in Olympic condition, but I'm fed up with being almost housebound due to pain and exhaustion. Isometric training appeals to me because long periods of exercise are very painful. This program will be a long and difficult struggle for me, but the results are worth the effort. Is the program up to the challenge?
Project Dragon has the potential to save my life. I can't think of a better reason to need the program.