Episode 134 of the Fit Father Project Podcast is all about imperfect progress and how you don’t have to be perfect to achieve your health and fitness goals.
In this episode, you’ll meet Fit Father Mike, a 51-year-old husband and father who recently celebrated his one-year anniversary on the Fit Father Project.
And what a year it’s been! Mike has lost over 80 pounds and has gone from wearing 42″ pants and XXL t-shirts to 34″ pants and M shirts!
Most importantly, he’s dramatically improved his health, mindset, and overall life!
The great thing about Mike’s story is that he did it his way. He wasn’t perfect, but he stuck to it and made it work.
He gets real about what he likes and doesn’t like when it comes to exercise and nutrition, and how he’s been able to adapt the Fit Father program to work for him.
So whether you’re just setting off on your own health and fitness journey or are one of our Fit Father veterans, you’re sure to gain some powerful insights from Mike’s story!
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- The parallels Mike saw between his life and his father’s — and how that served as a wakeup call.
- What finally motivated him to get started, even though he’s never been big on exercise (and still isn’t).
- How he continues to motivate himself to exercise.
- How he makes healthy eating fit into his lifestyle.
- Simple things you can do that will lead to big changes.
- And so much more!
So, if you want to get the most from your health and fitness efforts, listen to this episode on imperfect progress, take some notes, and check out FF30X!
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*Please know that weight loss results and health changes/improvements vary from individual to individual; you may not achieve similar results. Always consult with your doctor before making health decisions. This is not medical advice – simply very well-researched info on imperfect progress.