Bill Crawford, contributing columnist

Bill Crawford, a 2012 National Fitness Hall of Fame inductee, has been in the fitness business since 1977. As a fitness industry pioneer, Bill developed the first Nautilus Clubs in the Los Angeles area. He was trained for musculoskeletal evaluation and rehabilitation at the Exercise Science Center, University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, and was personally trained by the late Arthur Jones, inventor of Nautilus and MedX. Bill owns and operates Basic Training MedX in Scottsdale, AZ, with his wife Debbie.

Articles by Bill Crawford, contributing columnist
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