the Dyslexia quest

Dyslexia and the art of Rebirth with Scott Sonnon

Despite doctors and teachers claiming that he would “never amount to anything academically or athletically,” Scott Sonnon overcame childhood obesity, learning disabilities, and joint disease, to be named by Men’s Health Magazine as the creator of the world’s smartest workout, Men’s Fitness Magazine, one of the top trainers in the world, and by Black Belt Magazine as one of the most influential martial artists of the century.

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Scott Sonnon

Scott Sonnon is a martial art expert, fitness coach, dyslexia advocate and wellness speaker. Scott Sonnon was voted one of "The 6 Most Influential Martial Artists of the 21st Century" by Black Belt Magazine in 2010. As a dyslexic, institutionalized as a child, Scott Sonnon became a TED Fellow speaking on the nature of multiple learning styles being misdiagnosed as learning disabilities. and now travels the country giving talks advocating congressional legislation (House Resolution 456) for dyslexia educational support in public schools. Scott Sonnon was named one of "Top 25 Fitness Trainers in the World" by "Men's Fitness Magazine" in 2011. He was named by Men's Health Magazine, the creator of the "World's Smartest Workout" (called TACFIT) in 2014.He is a global staff trainer for the 2014 Nike Academy. His fitness system, Circular Strength Training, has been adopted by members of the United States military and law enforcement community. He is also a published author, a public speaker, and an advocate in the fight against childhood obesity.

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