There are a lot of fitness programs out there, that promise to get you in the best shape of your life. A lot of those popular programs seen online or on the infomercials can work – for some people.
Those programs were created for the general public, for those that want to workout in a cramped living room, and who don’t enjoy progressive weight training and dynamic cardio.
These programs were not designed with the Dad in mind. These programs do not fit the Dad lifestyle. You need a program that was purpose built for Dads, with the clear understanding of all the challenges Dads encounter when trying to start and sustain a healthy & fit lifestyle.
Most programs were created with the one-size fits all approach; otherwise known as the “Cookie Cutter” plan.This program was built on the understanding that Dads aren’t looking to be the next Mr. Olympia bodybuilding champion. They want to be healthier, look and feel better, and have the energy to be active with their kids.
Most programs were built assuming the individual has 2+ hours, 5-6 days a week to workout. Dads have so many obligations, including career, family responsibilities, and raising their kids. A health & fitness program for Dads to follow MUST adhere to their busy schedules.
In person 1:1 training is expensive and the value you receive doesn’t reflect the high cost. Most commercial and private gyms charge upwards of $400 a month or more for personal training. But, much of the time the guidance you receive is poor. You are taken through a basic workout and told to eat the same boring foods, and you don’t get the results you deserve. Now you’ve just thrown away your hard-earned money.