Do you ever feel like the news anchor (played by Peter Finch) in the 1976 movie, “Network” when he loses it on live tv and screams “I’m as mad as hell and I’m not gonna take this any more”? I felt that way 20 years ago when I was 40 years old, fat, bloated, out of shape, no energy, and all my clothes were so tight I could hardly breath.
After seeing a picture of myself taken at Christmas, 1993, I lost it and screamed at the top of my lungs “I’m mad as hell and I’m not gonna take this any more”. This focused energy eventually led me to the path of ultimatewellness.
Ultimatewellness—the highest degree of the state of being healthy through deliberate effort—is what I’ve achieved and what you can too (I’m 60 years old, 6’ tall, weigh 192 lb and have 7% body fat).
click here if you're mad as hell and aren't gonna take this anymore
Who am I?
My name is David Walters.
I am the creator of iconmed.
I am a medical doctor (DO).
I am a reproductive endocrinologist (PhD).
I am a busniessman (MBA).
I am an iconoclast.
I am the father of 10 beautiful children (my greatest creations).
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