WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page Unveils "DDPY Rebuild" For Those 55 Plus & Limited Mobility
Diamond Dallas Page, WWE Hall of Famer and 3 time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, is probably the last person you'd expect to develop a fitness program you can do in a bed or a chair, but that's exactly what he's done.
DDP is in the process of releasing a new variation of the DDPY program catered toward those age 55+ and those with physical limitations. Dubbed "DDPY Rebuild," the new program starts with individuals lying down in a bed and strategically stretching, flexing, and engaging muscle to get moving again. The series progresses with individuals building their way up to doing workouts sitting in a chair, and eventually end with standing up and using the chair for stability.
DDP, currently 61 years young, wanted to help others who were older or with extreme limited mobility not just live, but learn to thrive. He was inspired by disabled veteran, Arthur Boorman, who's incredible DDPY transformation has received worldwide attention. When Boorman started DDPY, he was unable to walk without the assistance of canes, but was able to modify the traditional DDPY workouts to use a chair for assistance.
Arthur / Disabled Veteran
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"After seeing the incredible success that older adults were having with the original DDPY program, I saw a need for workouts that were accessible to people who struggled with balance, stability, and movement," says Page. "This program is the perfect gift for parents, grandparents, and even great grandparents who want to rebuild themselves!"
DDPY Rebuild will be released exclusively on the DDP YOGA store and the DDP YOGA Now app in early December. Learn more about DDPY Rebuild at ddpyoga.com/rebuild
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About DDP YOGA:
DDP YOGA (referred to as DDPY) is a revolutionary approach to fitness that combines the best of yoga positions, sports rehab therapy, old school calisthenics and dynamic resistance to give you a complete workout that requires no running, no jumping, and no lifting. Because of its minimal-joint impact, DDPY is a fitness system that literally anyone at any age, weight, or ability level can do!
What really sets DDPY apart from other fitness programs is that it's accessible to people who have not worked out a day in their life or who are unable to do traditional exercise. The highly-modifiable workouts allow people to work at their own pace to lengthen and strengthen ligaments, muscles, and tendons. By combining the workouts with the DDPY Nutrition Plan, thousands have been able to lose weight, build strength, and decrease pain.
The DDPY fitness is available on DVD at www.ddpyoga.com and on-demand on the web/mobile app DDP YOGA Now (ddpyoganow.com)
DDPY has been featured on shows like Shark Tank, The Doctors, and Good Morning America. It was also highlighted in the critically acclaimed documentary, The Resurrection of Jake 'The Snake', which shows Jake Robert's journey from addict to Hall of Famer thanks to DDP's encouragement and support.
About Diamond Dallas Page:
A star collegiate basketball player, Diamond Dallas Page (https://www.diamonddallaspage.com), entered the nightclub business in the 1970s, becoming one of South Florida's top club owners & promoters. He began training to become an in-ring performer at the age of 35, the oldest rookie in Pro Wrestling history. "DDP" captivated audiences around the world with matches alongside greats like Hulk Hogan, Goldberg, Ric Flair, Randy "Macho Man" Savage & the N.W.O. before being inducted to the WWE Hall Of Fame in 2017. He stars in the upcoming Adi Shankar series, Gods & Secrets and is currently a guest star on Mario Van Peebles new show on SYFY, Superstition.