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28 June 2011

'Do life' to change Americans

A blog by an overweight, depressed introvert who reinvented himself as an Ironman and public speaker started a grassroots campaign that lead to lasting lifestyle changes in the US.

A blog by an overweight, depressed American introvert who reinvented himself as an Ironman and public speaker start a grassroots campaign that leads to lasting lifestyle changes in a country known for excess.

It's only the early days of a 31-city summer tour to create a support network for people trying to reclaim their lives in a nation with well-documented weight and addiction problems.

 
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