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October 2012 Transformation Spotlight: Croz

Friday, October 5, 2012 by  
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October
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October 2012 Transformation Spotlight: Croz

October 2012 Transformation Spotlight: Croz

For the October 2012 Transformation Spotlight I’ve selected JSF member “Croz” (Bob).

There were several reasons why Bob–43 years old and an unhealthy 255 pounds–decided to make some significant changes in his life. Certainly at the top of his list were the deaths of his father and his wife’s father, both of whom passed away in their 40s from heart-related problems.

Bob’s transformation developed in stages, and he’s the first to admit that his methods were not always ideal. While Bob’s transformation did not follow the usual “bodybuilder-style” model that is generally employed by JSF members, one cannot argue with his impressive results: Bob lost 70 pounds and took 9 full inches of hit waist; he’s running (and about to do his first race!) and his health has improved markedly.

Check out Bob’s before/current stats, photos and the complete interview here.

Reminder: I’m always looking for Transformation Spotlight nominations. If you, or someone you know, has made a successful transformation, please contact me and let me know about it!

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John Stone Fitness Comments

2 Responses to “October 2012 Transformation Spotlight: Croz”
  1. huskercheese says:

    Surely I’m not the only one to ever ask this…

    But have you ever thought of doing a TSoM revisit? Kind of a “where are they now” type of interview on past participants.

    As the old adage goes…getting to the top isn’t nearly as hard as staying at the top! Could make for some compelling material.

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    • John Stone says:

      No, I have not considered doing something like that, but I think it’s a phenomenal idea! I wonder if those who may have experienced backslides would be willing to discuss it?

      Thanks for the great idea, I’m going to think about how best to implement it!

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