I am on the road. I have been since June 10. Some of the time I have done everything in the program, other times I have not. I usually manage the 30-minute exercises at least three times a week and I always get to the supplements but I don't always get to the specific arthritis exercises. Today I did, after a gap of a week or so.
I managed a hike in Mount Charleston that took almost two hours, fairly steep, with no ill effects. I also hiked in Cedar Breaks, Utah, two miles that went up and down and was at a high altitude - over 10,000 feet above sea level. I noticed the change in elevation but it was also clear just how out of shape I am. Still! The only after-effects have been a bit more stiffness for the following couple of days.
It's a long process for me, this getting rid of the pain, but I feel the progress.