NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF YOU
DDPY is something anyone at any age or skill level can do. Our program isn't just stretching, it's stretching and strengthening your muscles, ligaments, and tendons. The program is rooted in adaptability and “making it your own.” Just ask military veteran Arthur Boorman , who previously walked with crutches and leg braces, or Jared Mollenkopf, who lost around 300 pounds in a little over a year.
-140 lbs in 10 months
When I started, I needed a chair for balance and straps to hold myself in many of the positions. I was determined, however, to regain control of my life.READ MORE
-180 lbs in 18 months
I was worn out from the physical and emotional baggage of carrying 300+ pounds for 20 years, I was finally ready to make some changes.READ MORE
-198 lbs in 12 months
Fifty-two weeks ago, Vance Hinds stood on the talking scale in the bathroom of his home in just his underwear to hear it state “475 pounds” aloud.READ MORE
-40 lbs in 22 months
I've been overweight since I was a kid. I tried diets and different workouts, but never followed through with any of them. Until I found DDPY!READ MORE
-313 lbs in 17 months
I finally got tired of being fat and unhealthy. It could have been when I passed the 500 pound mark, I finally decided to make a positive change.
-64 lbs in 6 months
I began doing DDPY 5-6 days a week and my body became stronger, more toned and flexible. I had more energy, focus, and self-body awareness.READ MORE
-127 lbs in 10 months
Shattering my T3 and surviving a 7 hour operation inserting a 10 inches of Titanium rods into my spine, only lead to countless additional health issue.READ MORE
-24 lbs in 6 months
I am a 38 year young, single Mommy of three daughters. When I think of taking time out to focus on myself, it seems overwhelming...READ MORE
At over 300 pounds, addicted to drugs and alcohol, Jake moved into Dallas' Atlanta home where he would be immersed in an supportive environment.READ MORE
I am the world’s first 1 legged professional wrestler, a 13 year veteran of the squared circle and I still remain very active as an in-ring competitor.READ MORE
Hi I'm Dalton Burton, I was born with a condition called Cerebral Palsy. For those of you unfamiliar with this condition it basically means my muscles are too tight.READ MORE
About 2.5 years ago I was in horrible pain. My back, my hips and my knees were always hurting. It was awful. Every day I was resting my leg or using a heating pad. It became unbearable.READ MORE
For many years I worked as a mechanic or as a Service Manager in a repair shop and being 6' 4" and 270 lbs (think defensive lineman in football) I was big, strong and athletic most of my life. I've also have had psoriasis since 1980. That got progressively worse until I was 85% covered by 1991.READ MORE
In early July of 2018 I went with my sons to a Father/Son retreat. While playing one of the crazy camp games I hurt my knee to the point that I could barely get myself out of the car. The weeks following were rough. I was struggling to do my job. Every minute not at work was spent resting so that I could make it to work the next day. One doctor told me that I had arthritis, and after an MRI we saw that I had missing cartilage in my left knee, They wanted me to be off of work for 6 weeks, and have surgery. I didn't feel that I could do this at the time. I was told that it may not get worse if I minimize the impact on that knee.READ MORE
I injured my back when I was eighteen years old in two different accidents, causing my L5 disc to protrude. As I got older it started to bother me more and more. By the time I was thirty four years old I was living in so much pain it made it hard to work or do much of anything for that matter.READ MORE
My name is Kathryn KC Hill Narcisi. I'm a professional singer & perform with my husband who is a professional sax player. I also own two companies I began from my home back in 2007, before I was suddenly struck with a severe autoimmune attack in October 2009 that changed my life & turned it upside down at times.READ MORE
I have an injury the dates back to the 80s, a combination of ego and recklessness playing a sport that I loved.
It would end any hopes of continuing on with that part of my life. It did not end well and I spent a long time wandering and suffering much like Scott hall and Jake Roberts.
For 5 years I have been battling Epilepsy with that came Anxiety and Depression. I ended up having a seizure at a baseball game which Tim Tebow prayed over me I made national news.READ MORE