Update from interview: 44 year old busy executive dad and community leader loses over 33 lbs of fat in 5 months. He just reached his 9 month mark and has put on 13 lbs of lean muscle and is at 9% body fat. He can now keep up with his 6 kids in their sporting activities.
34 year old busy attorney dad dropped 22 lbs of fat in exactly 4 months.
47 year old working professional dad moved with his family across the country for a new career, but still dropped 49 lbs and 10% body fat in 14 weeks! Listen to both of his video clips.
43 year old working professional dad and community leader loses 30 lbs, reaches his healthiest weight in 10 years, and has sustained this journey after 6 months.
Client interview- 54 year old dad and senior consultant goes from 235 to 207 lbs in 10 weeks (see amazing before and after pics and timeline screen share included in this video.) One of our all-time best interviews!
Client interview- Down 10% body fat in 2 months... two many amazing nuggets to list about this new sustainable lifestyle he's made for himself.
How to create a fit, healthy lifestyle, lose 25 lbs in 4 months, and change your bloodwork.
Neat story and client interview with David- law partner, respected community leader, and dad who just reached his 3 month mark in our program and shares his journey in developing a more fit and healthy consistent lifestyle
Going from 290 to 215 lbs... and has been so successful I brought him on as a tribe coach!
47 years old, down 20 lbs in 2 months, business owner and dad
Joe Hempel and Jeffrey Smith
Panel interview with two amazing dad clients who are 2 months into the program. All kinds of nuggets!
Reached his initial goal of losing 20 pounds in 2 months even with a full time career, several side hustles, and a young family.
53 year old mom and grandma lost 10% of her body fat and has sustained that long- term (she's in our women's group called "Fit Healthy Tribe" lead by Tyson's wife.)
Client interview- Down 15 lbs and sustaining that since Sept '20. People have started coming up to her at work asking what's changed. (Sorry about the poor audio quality.)