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Personal trainer and author of About.com's guide to exercise

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Michael LeRoux, M.D.

Throughout his career, LeRoux has helped many others achieve personal growth. Working with world-class athletes and Olympic medalists, he earned the reputation of being one of the leading sports rehab physicians and chiropractors in the United States. He developed the radio program “Rage Radio” for men and also Rageworks, a non-profit part of the show, to help deal with men’s rage and anger.
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Nick Perricone, M.D.

Perricone is a board certified clinical and research dermatologist, and CEO of NV Perricone MD, Ltd. He is the author of three New York Times bestsellers, including The Perricone Promise. Perricone is an adjunct professor of medicine at the Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine and his research keeps him in front of the line in the study of skincare.
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Paige Waehner

Waehner is a Chicago-based personal trainer who works with clients in their homes through an organization called Homebodies Fitness. Additionally, she trains clients online through PlusOneActive.com. Paige is author of the About.com Guide to Getting in Shape as well as the co-author of The Buzz on Exercise & Fitness.
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Robyn Benincasa

Benincasa worked in pharmaceutical sales job…but that didn’t stop her from catching the “triathlon bug,” completing six Ironman races, with two podium finishes in her age group in Kona, Hawaii. By 1995, she left her job and became an adventure racer and a firefighter. Since then, she’s complete 13 “expedition length” races (7-10 days without stops) and much more. Benincasa launched “World Class Teams” to inspire teamwork around the world.
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Ruth Ann Carpenter

Carpenter is the director of dissemination and advocacy at The Cooper Institute in Dallas. She has more than 20 years of experience developing educational materials for nutrition and physical activity behavior change programs in research, community, and worksite settings. She has co-authored six health promotion books, including Active Living Every Day: 20 Weeks to Lifelong Vitality, and her newest book, Healthy Eating Every Day.
Posted: 03/26/2008 02:24 PM EST more »

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Shari Lieberman, Ph.D.

Lieberman is a Certified Nutrition Specialist (C.N.S.) and a member of the New York Academy of Science, among many other organizations and associations. She is the bestselling author of several books and is a contributing editor to the American Medical Associations' 5th Edition of Drug Evaluations. Lieberman is often a guest on many television and radio shows.
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Stu Mittleman

Mittleman owns the company WorldUltrafit™ and provides coaching, consulting and training to teams, business and individuals. He has set world records in ultra distance running—including in 1986, finishing the 1000-Mile Run in 11 days. He worked previously at Equinox as the director of the physiology lab.
Posted: 03/26/2008 02:37 PM EST more »