DOCTOR | AUTHOR | FITNESS ENTHUSIAST | TRANSFORMATION COACH
My name is Dr. Richard Kelley, MD. I'm an ER doctor, published author, fitness enthusiast, and coach.
I started my fitness journey back in the early 90's when I gained nearly 30 pounds while in medical school at Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine and Dentistry.
I was tired all the time and knew I needed to make some changes if I wanted to look and feel my best. I began to study how professional bodybuilders sculpted their bodies and soon began to implement those lessons into my daily routine.
The weight slowly came off and my energy levels were restored. I was more alert and felt better than I had in years.
It was then that I wanted to help others feel their best and began to use my medical training to create exercise and nutrition programs. In 2006, my wife, Sherrill and I opened up my own weight loss clinic, Physician's Way based in Austin, TX.
We saw over 100 patients, and helped them shed unwanted pounds by teaching them how to create healthy eating habits and make small mindset shifts.
(Unfortunately, we had to close this business due to the recession, but our desire to help others has not faded.)
Today, I have shifted my focus in creating in digital ebooks, courses, and fitness guides to continue to help others feel and look their best.
I follow what I preach, and continue to eat a healthy diet and consistent workout regimen, working today 5-6 times/week. I believe this has been instrumental in helping me work 24-hour shifts.
I can't wait to help YOU achieve your goals and look forward to working with you!
My Published Articles & Books
"How to Burn 2 Million Calories" - Redbook, July 2012
"Better Shoulders Fast…the Arnold Way!’ - Oxygen, May 2012
"Change Your Mindset and Your Lifestyle in" - Austin Lifestyle Magazine, Jan/Feb 2013
"Access to Care…The Greatest Innovation We Will See in 2014 and Beyond" - Austin MD Magazine, March/April 2014
"Your Unlimited Potential…Removing the Barriers and Limiting Beliefs from Your Life" - Austin MD Magazine, May/June 2014