t's often said that being a dad is one of the hardest things you'll ever do.
Being a dad has been one of the most fulfilling things I've ever experienced in my life.
He lost just under 15lbs, 10%+ body fat, and a total of 16.7 inches in 1 month! That's like 2 lbs a day!
John was a bit skeptical when he first signed up.
But his skepticism disappeared after he started seeing his muscle get more chiseled, and felt his pants fit him looser.
See what John said after finishing the challenge:
When I’ve seen colleagues, friends, and family recently there were consistent comments of “You look like you’re half the man you were!”
My typical response to this is, “Half the man on the outside, but twice the man on the inside.” And to this, I usually get quizzical looks.
Most people who see the obvious external weight loss and transformation have no idea of how much more of a transformation occurred within the mind of the person.
If you got stabbed, what would you do?
You’d go to the ER and get help right away.
No questions asked. No other ideas would come to mind. You got stabbed. You NEED to get medical attention.
"For the last 3 years, this* (sleep, alcohol, and fast food) has definitely been my problem. I was at a point mentally where I started to convince myself that the dad bod was what I would be stuck with.
One of the most common questions we get from anyone who comes across us is whether or not we're a scam.
To me this is weird.
Because would I have served 12 years in the military as a marine to create these programs?
Would I have written a book about my time in the military as a Raider and my transition out?
Would I share my struggles with my marriage, kids, health both mentally and physically if I was a scam?