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(Studio) Keeping people fit big business for some, mania for others.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(Chicago, Illinois) Harvey Walner lifts weights with group daily. [WALNER - says despite open heart surgery 2 years ago doesn't think about heart during workouts; haven't seen doctor in 2 years] Program run by Dick Woit. [WOIT - says only eats on Sunday, rest of week just coffee, orange juice and ice cream.] Woit ex-pro football player; several players work out with group. [WOIT - says players have trouble keeping up with others in group, train only during training camp.] [Chicago Bears Player Dick GORDON - says program helps concentration and discipline.] Woit helps physically handicapped, too. [WOIT - says Steve Fiffer and other cripples really hypochondriacs; treat them just like anyone else.] [Steve FIFFER - says came to program on crutches, now walk easily with cane; Woit restored self-confidence and self-respect.] [WOIT - says puts worst of group closest to him; never had any problems in 14 years]
REPORTER: Ike Pappas
- Mudd, Roger;
- Pappas, Ike
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