This kind of stuff drives me nuts.

I’ve seen so many ads recently selling people (pardon my language) bullshit programs.

If all it took was “fasting” to get a body like the guy on the right, there would be a lot more people walking around without their shirts on.

Deceptive advertising like this should be illegal – it sells false hope and unrealistic expectations.

Don’t get me wrong … fasting can help certain people achieve (some) results, but there’s MUCH more to it than simply not eating specific hours of the day.


If you want to be stronger and leaner than 95% of the population, you have to work harder and smarter than 95% of the population.

And no, that window of hard work isn’t a 30 day program – it’s years of consistent effort.

It’s movement, it’s lifting, it’s nutrition, it’s proper sleep, it’s the right mindset … the list goes on.

Please, for the love of staying sane, don’t fall for this crap.

If you want results, they are very much possible, but like I always say … there’s no magic pill. There’s no shortcuts.

You just need to decide what you want for yourself – constant comfort and staying in the same place you have been for years (physically, mentally, etc.), or, getting out of your comfort zone and being willing to DO THE WORK.

My coaching program @battlefieldcoaching isn’t for everyone, because I don’t sell smoke and mirrors, but it is for the warriors of the world who are ready to experience profound change.

DM me for more information if you’re interested.

I’ll see you on the battlefield.