Peggy Wachterhauser Brill, P.T, . is a board-certified clinical specialist in orthopedic physical therapy. Her private practice, Brill Physical Therapy, is in midtown Manhattan, and she also maintains offices in the corporate headquarters of Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse First Boston. Her expertise is sought after by the Duke University men's basketball team, top executives all over the world, and leading physicians at the Hospital for Special Surgery and several other major medical centers. The author of The Core Program: 15 Minutes a Day That Can Change Your Life, Peggy lives in New York City with her husband and two daughters.
Gerald Secor Couzens is a contributing writer for both the Johns Hopkins Health After 50 newsletter and the Hopkins White Papers medical series. He is also co-author of the national bestseller Thinner at Last.
"Working with Peggy is a dream! Her ideas are terrific and the relationship she develops with you makes you feel confident about improvement."-- Coach Mike Krzyzewski, head coach of Duke University's men's basketball team
"Nothing is more important to strength, health and vitality than strong core muscles. I know this from both personal and professional experience. Peggy Brill's exercise program is effective for every woman, no matter what her current fitness level. And because it takes only 15 minutes per day, everyone can benefit." -- Christiane Northrup, author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom "Using The Core Program, you'll give your body a head-to-toe workout that will also tone your muscles and carve inches off your waist and hips. You'll look great and feel terrific. Best of all, the easy-to-do Core movements can be done no matter how old you are. It doesn't matter whether you are overweight or skinny, fit or sedentary."-- Peggy Brill Hear what women are saying about The Core Program "Sitting at the computer all day left me feeling drained. Now I don't feel like I've been run over by a truck at the end of the day."-- Nancy, 32 "Finally I'm graceful; my strides are fluid. When I catch a glimpse of myself in a store window, I see a confident woman, not someone who looks like she carries the weight of the world on her shoulders."-- Jenna, 47 "I've been jogging for a few years, but not without discomfort in my hips. Now I enter minimarathons, and keeping up with my husband is no trouble at all."-- Ellen, 37 "For the first time in much too long, I feel terrific from head to toe. I never thought I'd feel this way again!"-- Maria, 42