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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Doug Robinson
In the months after Doug Robinson started driving a truck, he noticed his clothes were increasingly more snug-fitting. He already was overweight, but soon realized that spending up to 11 hours behind the wheel, frequently eating fast food and not exercising was a poor combination.
From trucking companies embracing wellness and weight-loss programs to gyms being installed at truck stops, momentum has picked up in recent years to help those who make their living driving big rigs get into shape.
"I have asthma, so with the extra weight on there, it isn't good for me," said Mr. Robinson, a 30-year-old from Philadelphia. "When I started losing weight, instantly I was breathing better. I was sleeping better at night."
It's all about planning," he said. "I just had the willpower to do it."