Colonel Talks About Enemy Soldiers on American Soil on WLW 700 Cincinnati

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There are enemy soldiers on American soil. The names of these soldiers are Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke. They are killing over 3,000 Americans a day. Retired Lt. Colonel Bob Weinstein is preparing a battle plan to combat these enemy soldiers in his soon to be published book "Enemy Soldiers on American Soil".

Jim Scott of WLW 700 Cincinnati radio talk show interviewed Weinstein, known as the Health Colonel, about how he conquered the "Battle of the Waistline Bulge" and how he came to run sprints like he did in high school as a 53 year old. The interview will start airing in February/March 2005. Jim Scott is on WLW weekdays from 5 to 9 AM and airs in ten states.

Asked about his health journey, Weinstein responds, "Five years ago, at the age of 48, I was twenty pounds overweight, had high blood pressure and cardiovascular insufficiency as well as being under medication. I felt it and my eating habits were terrible. I started thinking about the long-term consequences of my unhealthy lifestyle. With positive changes in my eating habits and a more focused exercise program, I lost twenty pounds in three months and my energy level as a 53 year old is now higher than it was twenty years ago."

Colonel Weinstein is a writer, speaker, beach boot camp instructor and personal trainer. His mission is to inspire Americans to lead healthier and happier lives by working their physical, emotional and mental "muscles."

Look for Colonel Weinstein on the Rose Lee Archer Show which will air on PAX TV during the months of February and March 2005.

For more info on Lt. Colonel Weinstein go to http://www.FountainOfYouthFitness.com

For more info on WLW 700 Cincinnati and Jim Scott to to http://www.700wlw.com/jimscott.html

For more info on the Rose Lee Archer Show go to http://www.roseleearchershow.com

For info on local PAX TV scheduling go to http://www.paxtv.com

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