I have one goal with The Fit Dad Nation and that's to help as many dads as I can live the best life they are capable of.

And the way I do that is by teaching men how to take back their manhood, become fit, healthy, energetic and become the confident, high achieving people they were meant to be.

But this is not about me.

This is about you, the dad sitting at work right now, wishing he was somewhere else. This is about the man who looks in the mirror and wants to see the man he was 15 or 20 years ago. The guy that felt fucking awesome about himself..a far cry from what he sees now looking back at him with his dead, lifeless eyes.

Now Is Your Time

The best time to get started creating a better you was yesterday. The next best time is right now.

There is absolutely no reason you shouldn't be kicking ass and getting after what it is you want. But most of you aren't.

You aren't because:

  • You're afraid of failing (or succeeding)
  • You're full of excuses
  • You're living in the past
  • You aren't motivated
  • You're overwhelmed
  • You don't have the energy
  • You're apathetic

And there are dozens more reasons just like this.

And they are all fucking with your ability to get better. Better health. Better relationships. Better sex. Better jobs. Better parenting.

And I know you want to be better. And I know this because I've spoken with thousands of dads who are part of this community and see it every single day.

And my job as your coach is to understand what you need and then help you get it as effectively as possible.

Why You Need A Coach

In a perfect world, we would all have a coach for some aspect of our lives. Coaches make us better, period.

I've worked with at least a half dozen coaches in the last few years and they all had one purpose; to make me better at something I'm not that good at.

I've had life coaches help me get through the emotional struggles I've faced as a newly single dad. I've had business coaches (and still do) who teach me how to grow my business more effectively so I can reach more dads. And I've had fitness coaches help me with working on my areas of weakness like mobility and flexibility.

And I've spent a lot of money on them. And guess what? I'm worth it.

And so are you.

Here are 8 reasons you (and I) need a coach:

  1. Knowledge
  2. Accountability
  3. Planning
  4. Breaking through plateaus
  5. Results
  6. Get pushed
  7. No excuses
  8. Successful people have coaches

In today's video, I break down these 8 things and why I think they make so much sense.

When I work with a client, it's not just about lifting heavy things and eating vegetables. It's about digging into the reasons you're struggling and overcoming limiting beliefs.

It's about me having your back and holding you accountable to what you say you want most. And it's about creating the man and dad you're capable of becoming and living the best damn life you can.

If this sounds like something you're ready to take on, you can apply for one of my spots and we'll get to work. Just remember, life is short and one day you will wake up and it will be too late to do the things you're able to right now.

It's something I think about every day and scares the shit out of me to think I might not get to experience all that I want because I just might run out of time..

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