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    how did you get involved with project walk?

    a new member wants to know, and also how it worked out for you, was it worth it?

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    Yes it was.

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    got back core strenght and muscle mass
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    but how does a person get involved with project walk?
    is there a place to apply?

    colin83 is asking about it. and I have no answers to give him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jody View Post
    but how does a person get involved with project walk?
    is there a place to apply?

    colin83 is asking about it. and I have no answers to give him.
    Jody,

    All you have to do is call and make an appointment. Having extra cash in your checkbook will help also.

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    and they dont have to go to Project Walk in CA to get this type of therapy, there are similar facilities and trainers throughout the country. what state is he in do you know?

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    Alabama.

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    thanks people for your replies.

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    Jody, there is a facility in Florida (may be others closer). Address is listed on the Project Walk website. They also have a Facebook page where your friend may be able to get additional info.

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    By the way, the trainer that Robbie works with is amazing, he knows Robbie body better than anyone. He knows exaclty what/when new muscles are engaging, has helped Robbie gain core strength. He owns a gym and has always been a trainer but became interested in helping clients with special needs a few years back. He spent some time in CA at Project Walk but most of what he does he already knew. He is not an "official" Project Walk recognized facility but the exercise, equipment and philosophy is the same. I think there are many others throughout the country like him.

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