If you are anything like the way I used to be, you are ready to get back into shape. You know that you want more out of life and, you know that living a healthy lifestyle is a huge component of that.
That said, it’s hard – not only physically, but mentally. My guest today, gained 75lbs in just 6 months to learn first-hand what his clients experienced as they started their journey towards a healthy life.
Drew Manning shares with us his experience, what he learned and how you can finally go from fat to fit.
“I related who I was with what my body looked like. I didn’t know who I was.” Tweet That— Drew Manning
Meet Drew Manning
Drew Manning is the NY Times Best Selling Author of the book, Fit2Fat2Fit.
He’s best known for his Fit2Fat2Fit.com experiment that took the media by storm when his story went viral online. He’s been featured on shows such as Dr. Oz, Good Morning America, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The View and many more.
Drew is a certified personal trainer and, through his Fit2Fat2Fit journey, he has inspired thousands of men across the world to embrace a healthier lifestyle change through some dramatic self-experimentations!
This experiment has now turned into a hit TV show, called Fit to Fat to Fit, airing on Tuesday nights at 10/9c on A&E! where they document 10 trainers who have deliberately gotten out of shape so they can get back on their healthy lifestyle together with their clients.
“I learned to be happy with who I am despite what I looked like.” Tweet That— Drew Manning
What You’ll Be Learning
- The physical and mental side effects of living an unhealthy lifestyle
- How we, as humans, associate who we are with what we look like
- How to rework your fitness from the inside out
- How to keep a balanced approach when it comes to a physical transformation
- How to build your support group
- How to get your wife on board with your physical changes
- How to maintain discipline
“I had no idea how a physical transformation would be so mental.” Tweet That— Drew Manning
- HeadSpace for Meditation
“You’re becoming a better version of yourself as you become healthier.” Tweet That— Drew Manning