"Jeff's program will help guide you to a new life."
Bernie Siegel, M.D.
Author of Love, Medicine & Miracles and Help Me To Heal
"Jeff Rutstein's personal story of using exercise to break the cycle of addiction is very inspiring. His emphasis on "mindful movement" to reduce stress and feel better is a refreshing and welcome change from many exercise programs that focus solely on appearance."
founding editor of the Health Section of The Washington Post
"Mr. Jeff Rutstein promotes exercise in a measured approach that encourages people in the recovery phase of their lives to use his methods to promote healing and build psychological and spiritual strength to live life to the fullest once again. Patients undergoing cancer therapy or recovering from surgery are an ideal population. I strongly recommend to my patients to put Mr. Rutstein's lessons to work in their lives."
David J. Sugarbaker, M.D.
Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
"With caring, empathy and candor, Jeff genuinely connects with patients who desperately need to feel that someone understands where they are coming from. Having walked in their shoes, Jeff offers hope, and more importantly, a practical plan of action that can put them on the path to recovery…starting today."
Co-author of The 30-Minute Fitness Solution: A Four-Step Plan for Women of All Ages
"Jeff's striking story, and his experience with many clients illustrates the tremendous psychiatric benefits of a rational exercise program."
Harrison G. Pope, Jr., M.D.
Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
"Jeff’s program is absolutely amazing. It is miraculous that Jeff made such a complete and successful turn around in his life. His fitness and lifestyle philosophy and will lead many individuals to physical and mental fitness."
Wayne L. Westcott, Ph.D.
Former advisor to The President's Council on Physical Fitness
"The story of Jeff's rise from personal adversity and a severe substance abuse problem, to great success as a personal trainer, is truly inspiring. Jeff has integrated an approach to fitness which recognizes the interface between mind and body. His techniques are perfect for anyone who has an interest in obtaining optimal health and improving their emotional life."
Alexander Vuckovic, M.D.
Medical Director of The Pavilion at McLean Hospital
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
"Jeff has forged his skills as a fitness guru in the crucible of his own struggle to reclaim control of his life. The very fact of his own achievements is an inspiration to many. In his straightforward, unpretentious manner, Jeff imparts his knowledge of fitness, nutrition, and health (mental and physical)."
Aaron Nelson, Ph.D.
Chief of Psychology and Neuropsychology, Brigham and Women's Hospital