Let’s kick off the New Year with a discussion on physical health. It seems like such a popular subject around this time of year with New Year’s Resolutions so hopefully we can get you pointed in the right direction and keep on the path for the entirety of 2023.
Today, I’m joined by my personal fitness coach, Johnny Loreti to talk about the myth of over-training, key metrics to track in developing strength and overall health, the power of resistance training and progressive overload, differences between simply “working out” and “training,” and fitness as the foundation of success.
“The program that you choose needs to be sustainable.” Tweet That— Johnny Loreti
My guest today is my good friend and personal fitness coach, Johnny Loreti. We’ve known each other for years and I finally decided to take him up on the offer to coach me. The best testimonial you could ever give someone is the positive results you experience when you work with them and, I can tell you, that this man is working to transform not just my body, but the way I feel about myself and my life.
Johnny is the owner of Back Bay Fit and a competitive body builder. He’s also an incredible entrepreneur and is working to build out his fitness empire with a new holistic and scientific approach to the body’s maximum performance.
“I’d rather them execute 100% three day a week in the gym.” Tweet That— Johnny Loreti
- It’s ok to “auto regulate” but don’t use it as an excuse to be lazy
- How to incorporate progressive overload
- Finding enjoyment in the gym
- It’s ok to be motivated by something silly, if it works
- The differences and training goals
- Sometimes hard work can compensate for inefficiency
- How to get started with fitness in the new year
- The importance of the aesthetic side effect of fitness
- The difference between “working out” and “training”
The Iron Council is open for only a few more days and I could not give you a better reason to join than to know that the conversation you’re hearing is a direct result of a connection made inside our exclusive brotherhood.
I had always enjoyed what Johnny had to share regarding fitness in the Iron Council and asked if he would coach me. This is an example of the caliber of men you’re going to meet inside and a testament to banding with other like-minded men who are successful in their own right.
If you want to find men who are succeeding at the highest level and build friendships and accountability with them, this is your last week to do it. Head to www.orderofman.com/ironcouncil.
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