How does the military take overweight individuals and transform them quickly into a fit fighting force?
Simple: strict & rigorous accountability.
The recruits it gets are from various backgrounds, food preferences, and life experiences. It takes all of them and funnels them through one simple accountability system. This accountability system has them consistently run, walk, exercise, hydrate, and eat balanced meals. There are no diets, gyms, or supplements used.
As a military veteran myself, I’ve designed the Lean Body Bootcamp to help you 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.
You can’t out-exercise bad nutrition.
What are the problems with gyms? And I ask this question as someone who actually enjoys going to the gym. But the problem is a gym is simply a rental business: your membership allows you to rent their equipment. That’s it. There’s no accountability or training unless you pay extra for it.
Now, 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 (whom most don’t specialize in macro nutrition, have military experience, or have nutrition certifications) 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 — customized nutrition regimens!
That’s 2,844 dollars in three months without the macro meals, your own gear, your own supplements, nutrition tools, and the ability to contact your coach whenever you need it.
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