Learn My 3 Step Method To Lose 10 Lbs + Without Missing Out On Your Favourite Foods.​

Are you an awesome amputee that is struggling constantly with your diet yo-yoing from one to the next?

If you’re tired and frustrated of going through the same routines day after day, diet after diet, wasting money, time and energy to get into shape, then you NEED to get on this 👊🏻⁣⁣
And you’re unsure why “YOU” can’t get the amazing results that you see your colleagues, friends and family achieving?
My name is James Roberts and I teach AMPUTEES how to lose 10 Lbs + in 90 days or less whilst eating the foods they love.
In the past year, I’ve helped countless AMPUTEES in your exact situation get the precise results you desire, in under 90 days and I want YOU to be next 🎉
I’d love to invite you to a call with me personally, where you will learn about The A.M.P Method.

I was born with a congenital disability called femoral dysplasia of the left leg; also known as Proximal femoral focal deficiency (PFFD) or as Congenital Femoral Deficiency (CFD), is a rare, non-hereditary birth defect that affects the pelvis, particularly the hip bone, and the proximal femur. The disorder may affect one side or both, with the hip being deformed and the leg shortened. As well as a floating hip and scoliosis of the spine.

Yes, it took longer to learn to crawl, to walk with the aid of an artificial leg that was fixed at the knee and with the support of a zimmer frame at first, and to be able do things my able-bodied peers took for granted.
I struggled to come to terms with my disability as a teenager, whereby in the hot spring and summer months in high school, I wouldn’t wear shorts. Even though I wore shorts in PE.

It wasn’t until it dawned on me that the only person this was affecting was me, so something had to change.

But in all these circumstances, I found a way, my way of overcoming these hurdles.
I believe it is this mindset that set me up to win in later life and go on to represent my country at 4 World Championships amongst others as well as 2 Paralympics.

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