Disable Your Disability: Live The Healthy Life You Deserve!

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In Disable Your Disability, 

• Learn about Osteogenesis Imperfecta (brittle bones) and find out how Tony embraced it to save his life. 

• Learn how to take action towards living the healthy, high-powered, happy life you deserve! 

• Uncover and tackle mindset issues that hold you back. 

• Get sure-fire methods to make the changes necessary in your life to start living a healthy lifestyle. 

• Discover easy to implement eating and exercise techniques to start right now! 

Disable Your Disability is a journey into self-discovery, a look into the gift of embracing circumstances that hold us back, and powerful concepts with sure-fire methods for taking action toward living the healthy life we deserve. 

If you live with a physical disability, limited mobility, or something else that is holding you back from living a healthy lifestyle, Tony's personal story, coupled with his clear and concise methodology, will help you gain insight and confidence, and get you clear on what it will take for you to achieve your health and fitness goals. 

Because he was born with a rare bone disorder, Osteogenesis Imperfecta (brittle bones), Tony used a wheelchair and crutches through his childhood and into his early 20's. When he was 24 years old, he finally took his first unassisted steps and started walking. Because he was scared of breaking more bones and had always been told to 'be careful', Tony remained inactive through his 20's and 30's and his overall health suffered. At age 42, he found himself overweight, dealing with pain in his legs, hips, and back, and using medications to suppress daily heartburn. After a visit to the doctor, he knew something had to change. 

Tony finally embraced his disability and transformed his entire life! Within 8 months, he began doing things physically that he, and many others, never thought possible. 

Now, through his dedication to helping others, Tony is coaching, speaking, and building an unstoppable online presence to spread the word that everyone deserves to live a healthy and happy life!
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About the author

Tony Jacobsen is an author, keynote empowerment speaker, healthy living coach and certified personal trainer who was born with a rare disorder that makes his bones brittle (Osteogenesis Imperfecta). Even though he has dealt with many physical adversities, his biggest challenge came when it was time to embrace his disability to save his life. Through his speaking engagements and strong online presence, Tony delivers prudent advice and in-depth coaching to uplift others who may be dealing with a disability or other adversity to help them live the healthy, high-powered, happy life they deserve! Find out more about Tony and be sure to sign up on his VIP LIST to stay up-to-date; visit www.disableyourdisability.com

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Egg Sandwich
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Published on
Jan 16, 2018
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Pages
249
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English
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Health & Fitness / Healthy Living
Self-Help / General
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Happiness
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