Dr. Michael Ewald Ends 1,500 Mile Bike Trek In Brevard
By Space Coast Daily // September 18, 2014
Trip took 36 days, TRAVERSED seven states
ABOVE VIDEO: Dr. Michael Ewald completed a grueling 1,500 mile bicycle trek to bring focus to Ewald’s passion about helping people get healthier through common sense eating, lifestyle changes and simple tools that will allow us to live healthy lives.
BREVARD COUNTY • SATELLITE BEACH, FLORIDA – Nearly 100 local fans, including Dr. Steve Ryland of Beachside Physical Therapy, welcomed Dr. Michael Ewald as he concluded a 1,500 mile bicycle trek on September 14 to bring focus to Ewald’s passion about helping people get healthier through common sense eating, lifestyle changes and simple tools that will allow us to live healthy lives.
Ewald’s trek began 36 days earlier, traveling through Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and finishing up in Brevard County at Longdoggers in Satellite Beach.
A doctor of chiropractic medicine for over 25 years from Dayton Ohio, Ewald and his wife Karen are national marketing directors in the Juice Plus+ Company, in which he gives due credit for the daily stamina and quick recovery time necessary for accomplishing such an ambitious goal.
“This trek had it’s share of challenges, including inclement weather, three flat tires, and a scary incident where I was nearly knocked to the highway by the side mirror of a passing passenger van,” said Ewald.
But through perseverance and optimal health, he crossed the finish line set out for him at Longdoggers, victoriously greeted by his fans and supporters.
A strong advocate of Juice Plus+ products, Ewald gives full credit to and stresses the importance of proper whole food nutrition through fruits and vegetables.
“Because of the incredible business opportunity with The Juice Plus Company, my wife and I are now Juice Plus 100 Club members, and I was able to sell my very busy and stressful practice in October 2005,” said Ewald.
He now practices three days a week and practices on his own terms, treating those patients who really want to get well and stay well.