I Put My Heart Into This

The other day I promised you some of what I’m going to be presenting at the World Conference on Anti-Aging in Malaysia.
During my presentation, I’ll be discussing how my P.A.C.E. program is the world’s first real anti-aging fitness program and showing slides and charts of the things we’ve found in testing P.A.C.E. here at my clinic. Because with P.A.C.E., you can improve many of the biomarkers that get worse with age.
The P.A.C.E. Study Group proved it. And I’ll be doing more studies like it as soon as I open my new Sears Center and make it the home of P.A.C.E.

They’re Starting to Come Around

It looks like the principles of my P.A.C.E. program are finally starting to be accepted. At least one, anyway. That training for intensity gives you greater benefit than training for endurance.
In the last few days I’ve seen articles on several conventional health websites explaining how good for you intense workouts are. Even the LA Times has a piece on it. The author concludes what I’ve known for years: The benefits of intense workouts edge out endurance exercises.
I applaud them for starting to come around to the idea, but they’re still not quite getting the whole picture.

Time To Take Control

“Give yourself time. Be patient, and then go for it on the third set.”
I was taking a minute during the filming for my new POWER Fit videos to help A.A.
She was doing something I see a lot with people just starting P.A.C.E. She did the warmup set fine. She knew she had to gear up the intensity for the second set, but A.A. kind of zoned out and went after it too hard. By the third set she would have had nothing left.
As a teacher of P.A.C.E., I tell my students to work on keeping their focus. I want you to know how intensely you’re doing it. I want you to pay attention because I want you to be in control.

New PACE Program – A Sneak Peek

I’ve now written four books about PACE, and I’m excited to tell you that we’re taking a fifth step. We’re putting together a brand new video program about PACE. You’re going to be able to take your PACE workout to a new level. You’ll get the progressivity built right in, with easy-to-follow workouts and advice.

Is PACE Becoming Classified Information?

Did you ever hear about the time I went to an Air Force Base?
I can’t tell you which one. The Air Force Colonel I met with, let’s call him “KL,” asked me not to make this public.
You see, KL had called me one day and said he was a fan of PACE. He had read my book, does PACE himself, and uses it to train Air Force staff, especially those returning to active duty.
KL had also set up PACE classes for women who have just had babies and the wives of servicemen on the base.
Why is the Air Force interested in PACE?

The Day is Finally Here…

You are one of the first to see this.
For the first time you have access to my new PACE program.
For two years I’ve been re-working PACE to make it simpler and easier to follow, especially if you feel out-of-shape or too busy to get started.
I first published PACE back in November of 2006. It’s the first complete program that protects your heart, pumps up your lung volume, and burns fat in just 12 minutes a day.
Today, thousands of people from a dozen countries around the world are practicing my PACE program. And hundreds have sent me letters and emails, including my own patients here in South Florida…

What I Do First Thing In The Morning

When my alarm clock goes off at 6 o’clock in the morning, I do two things: lace up my cross trainers and strap on my heart rate monitor.
Then I go to the kitchen, drink 12 oz. of pure H2O and start my PACE program.
Fifteen minutes later, I’m finished. That’s all the time it takes to strengthen your heart, expand your lung capacity, and keep yourself in shape. You don’t need to suffer through long, boring workouts or sign up for an expensive gym membership.


You are in the middle of the biggest epidemic the world has ever known. Two out of three Americans are now overweight. Diabetes is 9 times more likely than it was just 30 years ago. Heart disease kills over 1,000,000 each year in the US alone and the World Health Organization (WHO) has recently announced that for the first time in history, these “chronic diseases” surpassed all other causes of death worldwide.