Here’s what I’m all about…
Hey friend – I’m Beau Morrow, a Coast Guard veteran, nutrition coach, and personal trainer from L.A., California. Thanks for stopping by!
Over the past decade, I’ve had the privilege of military service through oversea deployments on anti-drug and anti-trafficking missions for the U.S. Coast Guard.
Throughout that time, I’ve built a functional, lean military physique and helped numerous brothers & sisters in the service do the same. Now, I do the same for those outside of the military.
Have you ever asked yourself:
- “Is it possible for me to get fit without endless cardio?”
- “I’m busy enough as it is with work/school/family. Do I really have to go to the gym everyday in order to get fit?”
- “How can I get in shape fast without buying expensive supplements?”
- “Where do I even start when so much information on good nutrition is confusing?”
If so, then you’ve come to the right place!
Whether you’ve already started to workout but just aren’t seeing any progress, or you hate trying to get fit and are overwhelmed by the idea of figuring out which ‘diet’ or ‘program’ to do, I can help you.
How does the military take overweight individuals and transform them quickly into a fit fighting force?
Since 2013, the core of my training has been focused on making fitness and nutrition simple using the military formula.
The military receives recruits from various backgrounds, food preferences, and life experiences. It takes all of them and funnels them through one simple accountability system. This system has them consistently run, walk, exercise, hydrate, and eat a certain way. There are no diets, gyms, or supplements used.
As a military veteran myself, I’ve designed the Lean Body Bootcamp to help individuals maximize fat loss, metabolic acceleration, and muscle definition with accountability from me. No more wondering what to do or how to do it.
This program is for those that want to lose inches off their waist – to know what you’re going to eat, what you need to buy to eat it, and how to cook it. No more restrictive diets, expensive supplements, or ineffective gyms.
The military doesn’t use or need these things, why do you? Keep it simple.
You can’t out-exercise bad nutrition.
Exercise is only one of three important components you need for your success. By itself, exercise can’t get you where you want to go. You can endlessly try every workout regimen and Instagram program out there, you won’t achieve the body of your dreams.
So should you cancel your gym membership?
Gyms are great, but they lack an important component to your success. They’re essentially a rental business, where you rent their equipment. They come with no training or accountability unless you want to pay for it.
And pay you will: the average North American gym trainer charges about $79 for an hour session for 12-15 sessions a month, but many charge higher than that.
If you hired your local trainer at the gym (with limited to no nutrition training) for the North American average pay of $79/hour for 12 sessions a month, your cost would be $948 per month, and that’s without the most important thing — nutrition training or access to your coach during critical decisions.
That’s 2,844 dollars in three months without a nutrition regimen focused around your specific macronutrient and caloric needs, your own gear, your own supplements, tools, and the ability to contact your coach whenever you need it.
So you can have exercise, and a hefty fee for personal accountability, but that still will get you no closer to your goal. You’re missing the final component.
Nutrition is key.
Why am I so sure that my military fitness program can succeed whereas most diets fail?
Because my accountable, whole-food approach is scientifically proven to be more effective than exercise alone. Your nutrition, stress, hormones, and sleep (or lack thereof) have the most impact on how you look, feel, and perform – not fad diets or exercise.
Most popular fad diets do one of the two things: they focus solely on total calories, or they restrict certain foods altogether. Not only that, they make you feel miserable and often look just as terrible.
Let’s use a 2,000 calorie diet as an example. You can consume 2,000 calories eating a balanced diet or by eating five donuts.
Although there is nothing wrong with eating donuts, five donuts would put you at an imbalance of carbohydrates and fats causing energy spikes and hindering your body composition goals. Other diets that reduce certain macronutrients such as carbohydrates or fats leave you tired and unable to function at optimal levels. These fad diets are not sustainable and typically result in weight gain. You end up giving them up and binging later – sound familiar?
By focusing on building your personalized macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, and fats) ratio, my clients can achieve their goals while eating a sustainable, balanced diet. The best part is that you can still enjoy the foods you love. Plus, add in a comprehensive exercise regimen and smart supplementation, and you have a proven, unbeatable recipe for success.
Want a head start on losing your first, next, or last 10 pounds? Grab my Nutrition Cheat Sheets!
Hope to meet you soon!
Beau, your Transformation Coach