It’s that time of the year again when the masses begin their new year’s resolutions. Fitness, exercise, and nutrition is always at the top of people’s New Year’s Resolutions but all too often people fail within the first couple of weeks or months to stick to their plans.
Today, I am joined by my friend and fitness coach, Josiah Novak, to talk about nutrition and exercise and why people fall short of their objectives. We cover why they fail, how to create the right environment for success, how to get back on track when you fall off, and how to create a true transformation in your life.
“We search the universe for a magical solution to solve all our issues but we don’t even know what are issues are.” Tweet That— Josiah Novak
Gentlemen, I’m stoked to introduce you to my guest today, Mr. Josiah Novak.
I met Josiah through a mutual friend a little over a year ago and through getting to know him over the past year, I can tell you he is the real deal.
I think it’s easy for us to assume that these fitness guys have always had the perfect physique but what I admire about Josiah is that he has gone through his own transformation of losing over 80lbs and is now dedicated to helping men around the world do the same in their lives.
You’re going to hear that he’s not all marketing and hype and another one of “those guys” but a real person who has learned to take a practical no-nonsense approach to the way we move, how we exercise, and what we eat.
“If we looked at things from a progress, not perfection, perspective, we’d be a lot better off when it comes to our health and fitness.” Tweet That— Josiah Novak
- Why people fail with their health resolutions
- Why we look for the magic pill
- Common health challenges to overcome
- How to create the right environment for success
- The basics of establishing healthy nutrition and exercise habits
- Why health is usually the first thing to go
- How to develop more discipline
- How to get back on track when you fall off
- Identifying your values to keep you on track
- Why you should focus on the process rather than the results
- How to find the correct motivators
- How to maintain consistency and focus
- Best tips for exercise and nutrition
“We have to start looking at food as a way to fuel the things that are important in our life.” Tweet That— Josiah Novak
Order of Man Meetup: Nashville
Men, I know I’ve been beating a dead horse here but you are going to want to get registered for our meetup in Nashville. We’ve solidified some details and this is going to be a killer event filled with comraderie and brotherhood that would be hard to replicated anywhere else.
We’ve had quite a few men lock in their seats over the past couple weeks since a lot of guys are hyper-focused on making this year the best yet. If that’s you – if you really want to make this year better than any other – I’d encourage you to join us and tap into the skills, resources, guidance, direction and focus you’re going to need to produce big results.
You’re getting a sign copy of the book when you come, a choice between 8 breakout sessions, two different panels to participate in, firesides, and the brotherhood and comraderie that I think trumps everything else. If you’d like to lock in your seat, head to www.orderofman.com/nashville. Do it quick because we’re getting very, very close to selling out.
Hope to see you there.
“There’s no better high than finishing a workout because it does so much for your mental sanity and clarity.” Tweet That— Josiah Novak
Connect with Josiah Novak
“I have to create an environment that pushes me towards success rather than pull me back towards failure.” Tweet That— Josiah Novak