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Joe Reed

I’m Joe Reed, coach, husband, father, and fibromyalgia survivor. Yes, SURVIVOR. The likely reason you’re here and reading this is that you, too, have some painful condition that makes the doctors and specialists scratch their heads.


You might be tired of hearing, “We don’t quite know why. . .” or “Well, the theory is that. . .” or, my least-favorite, “Take these X times a day and let’s see how your body responds. . .”


And let me tell you, I got real tired of that, real quick, too. So, let me tell you a little bit about what worked and still works for me.

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Joe’s Story…

A Struggle with Fibromyalgia
Becomes a Positive Turning Point

I’m Joe Reed, the owner and founder of I’m a health coach and a strength coach; AKA a personal trainer who specializes in helping people with fibromyalgia. I’ve had fibromyalgia for a little over eight years. It was not diagnosed first as fibromyalgia. I was first diagnosed as having myofascial pain syndrome and neuropathy.

Over the years I’ve seen over thirty physicians, most of them specialists. I have seen two acupuncturists, two chiropractors, and went to a holistic practitioner as well. I spent thousands of dollars and never felt better. I just kept getting worse and worse. No doctors gave me the blueprint, no doctors gave me a magic pill, nor did they give me any idea of how I could overcome and get better.

So, I had to do some research myself. And over the years, I studied all the things that my doctors hadn’t.

I went down this path of discovery about my health, about my body, and about moving.


I went through a pain management course that gave me some great tools to allow me to think about my pain in a different way.


After I had those mental tools, I reacted a little differently and it started to make me feel better.

My story was pretty terrible and you’ll probably relate to some of this stuff. While I was working, my weekends were spent in a wheelchair or they were spent in bed. It was really tough to work a physical job, and in May of 2015 I had to retire due to disability. My pain started in the back of my left arm and went throughout my entire body. And it got so bad that a feather touch would make me scream. The fatigue was overwhelming. I got to the point that I really couldn’t use my hands. I was dropping glasses of water all the time, I was not able to cut up my meals.

But, I eventually discovered things that help me to beat fibromyalgia. And when I say beat it, I really mean it. Because last year, 2018, I had four very small flare-ups. The pain was very manageable and the fatigue wasn’t too bad. So far, I’m about at the end of March of 2019, and I have yet to have a single flare up this year.

Things That Helped Me Most:


Moving the body in more ways and in more environments using fundamental human movement patterns. Gain incredible strength, toddler-like mobility, and flexibility while reducing pain.

Positive Attitude

Our most powerful tool is our mind. I’ve studied life-changing skills that have been scientifically proven to reduce pain.

Healthy Lifestyle

Optimizing the body using nutrition, reducing toxins, enhancing sleep, as well as eliminating harmful environmental factors that most people just aren’t aware of.

Natural Healing

Science-driven healing without the use of drugs. Unlocking our body’s recovery abilities and nature’s restorative gifts we’ve long forgotten.

Years with Fibromyalgia


Hours of Research

Years in Remission

“I want you to know that you are not alone, and you are not your diagnosis.”

- Joe Reed

Ready to Make a Change?

Let me help you start your journey. Gain new insight into how your body works, and how you can feel better.

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