Brain cancer seemed to have cut short the promising triathlon career of Katie Kyme. But after enduring a decade of treatment and surgeries, Katie staged an incredible comeback—and today this remarkable woman is vying for a place among the world’s top triathletes.
Dave always wanted to finish a sprint marathon, but didn’t know how to go about starting the training process. But after meeting Uta and following the training concepts of Take The Magic Step, Dave not only finished his first sprint marathon, his wife joined him to cross the finish line in an Olympic distance triathlon.
Rosie had a patella fracture in 2000 that seemed to challenging to continue her lifelong desire to be fit. For seven years she kept “finding all kinds of excuses why I couldn’t take the first step” towards returning to fitness. But then she met Uta and began following the inspirational advice of Take The Magic Step. She started running and her life changed.
Dedicated runner Bob Hart was experiencing health problems and pain—until he entered the Take The Magic Step program and followed the advice of our experts. The 58 year-old Floridian says it has made him healthier, banished the pain and he’s now running times like he did in his 20’s.
Marathons were not enough for Britain John Turner. The 60 year-old runs ultra-marathons. His fitness routine has a unique twist. He doesn’t drive. He walks everywhere to help keep him in running shape. His future plans? “I’d really love to be running at 80+.”
Bernd Liebscher was a successful businessman. But his success meant more lunches and dinners, with little time to stay in shape. One day his buddy jokingly called him “Fat Guy.” Bernd searched the internet for help and found Take The Magic Step. He soon became a marathoner—and credits Uta and Take The Magic Step for changing his life.