If you want to know how Jake went from a soft, weak 155 pounds to a strong, lean, muscular 167 using my Bigger Leaner Stronger program for men, you want to listen to this podcast.

In this interview, I talk with Jake who’s 32 years old and used my Bigger Leaner Stronger program to completely transform his physique.

He shares his personal fitness journey, including what he was up to before finding me and my work and how it was going, and how things started to change after implementing the advice in my books and articles.

The bigger picture looks like this: When Jake first found Bigger Leaner Stronger about six years ago, he was about 16% body fat at about 155 pounds, and today, he’s about 10% at 167 pounds and has added a ton of strength to all of his major lifts.

Jake’s transformation wasn’t without struggles, of course.

He ran into a number of roadblocks along the way that most of us can relate to, including issues with workout and meal scheduling, hunger and cravings, dietary temptations, and more. And in our chat, Jake shares what has most helped him navigate these barriers skillfully and prevent them from derailing his progress.

So, if you like hearing motivational stories about how people have changed their bodies and lives, and if you want to pick up a few tips that may help you along in your personal journey, this episode is for you.

TIME STAMPS

4:12 – What was your diet and fitness like before the Bigger Leaner Stronger program?

8:28 – How tall are you and how much did you weigh before you started the Bigger Leaner Stronger program?

13:08 – How do you eat well while traveling?

26:20 – What are your current numbers?

28:30 – What is your current body fat?

1:01:12 – What did Elon Musk say about feudalism on The Joe Rogan Experience?

1:01:49 – Did Elon Musk have a solution on how to slow down the progress of artificial intelligence?

Mentioned on the Show

Muscle for Life Coaching

Jake’s Book: Marooned

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