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ACE Profiles |  Lee Jordan

Lee Jordan

ACE Personal Trainer, Health Coach

Jacksonville Beach, FL

After spending much of his life at a healthy weight, Lee Jordan began steadily gaining weight in his 20s. He reached a top weight of 450 pounds, and lived what he refers to as a “nightmare of a life.” In addition to a myriad of health conditions, Lee could barely walk and lived tethered to an oxygen tank. After being inspired by his then-friend Beth Jordan, an ACE certified Personal Trainer, Lee began his journey to health and fitness by walking 30 seconds every morning down the hallway outside of his apartment. Now more than 270 pounds lighter, Lee is an ACE certified Personal Trainer and Health Coach specializing in helping people lose 100-300 pounds and rediscover a life of freedom. His “30 Seconds to Victory” program has inspired multiple people all over the country to change their lives.

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