Like a lot of guys these days, I came to this parenting thing later in life – at the ripe-old age of 37 to be exact.
Listen, I don’t care if you’re 35 or 65, 175lbs or 375lbs, an ex-athlete or sedentary – this book can change your life beyond all recognition.
It’s taken me decades of trial and error, and well over $15,000 spent on training courses, certifications and professional subscriptions.
And, let me be 100% honest with you, most of that was finding out the hard way that the majority of the stuff out there simply isn’t very effective.
You know, those things that talk a good game but never actually deliver consistent, measurable long-term results out here in the real world.
(I used to be an engineer and, as far as I’m concerned, a result that you can’t measure isn’t much of a result)
Now, I’m not blessed with special genetics – hey, here’s a picture of me at 30-years old (back when I had something called “hair”) – 165 lbs, skinny fat and sweaty on vacation in the tropics.
And rest assured that I’m not naturally strong either – when I qualified as a personal trainer in my late-30s I was too weak/scared to squat 135 lbs.
Now at closer to 50 than 40, I can squat in the mid-300s, deadlift in the mid-400s, and do chin-ups with over 100 lbs chained around my waist.
So I’ve experienced both a profound strength increase and extreme fat loss at an age when most folks are feeling “past it” or “over the hill”.
It’s worked for me, it’s worked for the people I’ve coached, and it will work for…
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