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I have struggled with my weight and confidence my entire life. After growing up as 'the fat kid', I lost a lot of weight before I went to college thanks to an amazing man who ran the Physical Education program at my high school. He not only educated me about exercise, but changed my mind and how I related to and viewed it.

Over the years, excuses and weakness let much of the weight come back on, but I had an awakening, and want to help you do the same. That is a passive and irresponsible way to say it, so let me rephrase that. Excuses I made and weaknesses I had lead me to gain much of the weight back. I still worked out, so I was definitely healthier, but not where I could or should have been.

My story began as I woke up to the reality I was living - my wife is chronically ill, I had put on much of the original weight I had originally lost, I felt miserable, and I had a 2 year old who deserved better than two parents in less than ideal health. I decided to change everything I could. That was July 1st, 2011. By my 33rd birthday that October, I had gotten to my goal weight, and felt amazing. Since then, I've only gone further. At the one year mark, I had cut my body fat in half. I have since become a vegan, have run a marathon and completed several century (100 mile) bike events. And now, I'm a published author of a best-selling, award-winning book called Do a Day: How to Live a Better Life Every Day, and a weekly columnist for Inc Magazine.

Most importantly, for the first time ever, I truly feel good about myself. That's not vanity, egotism, narcisism or superficiality. My body not only looks how I've always wanted it to, but it performs and functions how it always should. Feeling good about your appearance, and feeling good physically contribute to confidence and achievement more than you realize until you have those things. This is where the mind change happens as a result of the body change.

Learn more about all of the ways I can help you. That's ultimately what we're all here for. While I'm so thankful for the way I've reshaped my own life, I am even more thankful for the chance to help others do the same for themselves.


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