Training With A Purpose


Tommy Dalton

I am a personal health advocate  and a nutritionist with over 23 years of experience in the vitamin and supplement industry. Here is a little about me, and how I got started in the health and fitness world.

In 1976, I was born prematurely, weighing 2.3 pounds. The doctors told my parents that if I survived (which was less than an 80% chance), I would probably be blind and in a wheelchair. Luckily, I survived, but I faced many challenges throughout my childhood and adolescent years.

At 12 years old I was diagnosed cerebral palsy. I had an inverted right foot which caused me to walk with a severe limp. Around the same time, I fell in love with baseball. I had difficulties hitting the ball and running the bases, but my coach recognized the special ability I had as a pitcher. I was able to throw the ball at 90 mph. My high school team was ranked fourth in the nation by USA Today, and after high school, I went on to play collegiate baseball. 

My love for baseball is what led me to personal training and nutrition. I wanted to be as active and healthy as possible and found satisfaction in teaching others to reach their full potential. At 27 years old, I found a specialist who performed reconstructive surgery on my inverted right foot, which has lessened my limp, and diminished my painful muscle cramps.

Nowadays, I am married to my beautiful wife, and have the most perfect little boy and beautiful little princess . My disability was my biggest motivator. My life experiences have given me the opportunity to teach others that having a disability doesn’t mean you have permanent inabilities. The doctors were definitely wrong about me. When there’s a will…there’s always a way!!

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