Fitness Video

November 2010
PN;Nov2010, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p65
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the multiple sclerosis (MS) Active Wellness fitness program, created by celebrity fitness expert Katrina Hodgson and MS neurologist Dr. Barry Hendin, that comes with the digital video disc (DVD) "Fitness with Katrina" as its cornerstone.


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