I’m a realist. Yes, I coach dads for a living and have to motivate and inspire them to take action, but at the end of the day, I’m still a realist.
Specifically, I fully understand that giving a busy father a full on training program and customized diet makes sense on paper, but falls a bit short in reality.
Meaning, regardless of how solid a program is, you still have to actually follow it for it to be effective. And since I’m not coaching 22 year olds who have all the time in the world to dedicate to their fitness, I have to account for the fact that the vast majority of dads barely have time for their family obligations let alone trying to follow a rigid program.
Does this mean that programs are a waste of time for you? Of course not. But I recognize that there are so many things that are going to come up in your already busy life that adding something as daunting as a full fitness program makes little sense if he’s expected to follow it to the letter.
Today I share the story of a client of mine who fits this description. A busy dad with two small kids, a business to run, and never enough time to get it all done.
Hopefully today’s show resonates with you and you can approach your fitness from a slightly different perspective because of it.