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Pro You Podcast

What began as a fitness podcast slowly became host Tom J Deters' verbal journal. Through sharing his journey and all the aspects of his life that he's "gone through", get real world examples in each episode of how to shift your perspective to reflect, grow, improve and work on yourself to create the "best version of you".

Hosted by Tom J Deters and Produced by Niko Ketsilis.

Be sure to like Pro You on Facebook, follow along @ProYouPodcast on Twitter and check out @tomjdeters on Instagram for daily inspiration! Or look through the extensive back catalogue of episodes at Pro You's Libsyn Directory!

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Nov 30, 2017
Hello and happy Thursday! Today Tom reads a fable from Thailand that he found to be brilliant in so many ways on his Pro You Podcast. Tom also shares scientific study that says something he is doing is good for him (and everyone!) shocker! And finally Tom ends with what he feels is one of his truest powers, not needing anything, which only took him 52 years to discover - might be some value in that. Enjoy and as always thanks for listening! 
 

*Not all exercises are suitable for everyone and this or any other exercise program may result in injury. Any user of the exercise program assumes the risk of injury resulting from performing the exercise. You should always speak to your doctor before you change, start or stop any part of your healthcare plan, including physical activity or exercise.*  

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