"Getting fit is kind of like climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, as Michael Wood explains in TBC30. You don't just roll out of bed and do it--instead, you need to set goals, adjust your mindset, and follow a well-designed plan. Wood's wisdom and experience will provide you with the tools and motivation you need to improve your health and fitness."
"Michael Wood rightly characterizes physical activity as an essential ingredient for health and vitality, and addresses it holistically in the context of other lifestyle practices. He provides detailed, expert guidance to build more fitness into your routine, and more vitality into your life."
"Michael separates himself from other leading experts in health and fitness through his no-nonsense, easy to understand writing and communication style. This makes applying the information on exercise and nutrition in his book much more likely to stick. This practical and structured approach will support the goal of achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle."
"As an integrative medicine physician, looking at the whole person including diet, exercise and lifestyle is part of their prescription for achieving overall wellness. Michael's book, the TBC30 plan, fits the bill in terms of a solid exercise plan and methodology, I would recommend his book and services without hesitation."
"The knowledge and techniques used by Mr. Wood are on the cutting edge."
"No one is more qualified than Michael Wood, a world-class trainer and fitness expert, to motivate and empower Americans to make positive changes. Michael shares decades of experience and wisdom in his step-by-step TBC30 plan!"
Koko FitClub, a digital gym franchise with more than 100 clubs across the U.S. and Canada, has agreed to use the TBC30 diet and exercise plan as part of an upcoming 6-week challenge at one their club location in Rapid City, SD
Michael Wood's new book, TBC30: 6 Steps to a Stronger, Healthier You (Wicked Whale Publishing, 2018, 244 pages) will be the book given to all attendees as part of the Institute for Healthy Living Series in collaboration with the University of Texas El Paso