If you want to know how Steve went from a soft, weak 205 pounds to a strong, lean, muscular 205 in 3 years using my Bigger Leaner Stronger program for men, you want to listen to this episode.
In this episode I interview Steve, who’s a 37 year old father of two young kids who read my book Bigger Leaner Stronger and used the program to completely transform his physique.
We talk about how he found his way to me and my work, including what he had tried previously, how things changed after he started implementing the advice in my books, articles, and podcasts.
As with everything, nothing ever goes exactly as planned, and learning to adjust and adapt to conditions is an important part of the fitness game, which is something Steve experienced firsthand.
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, Steve shares what has helped him navigate these barriers skillfully and prevent them from getting in his way.
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, then this episode is for you.
If you want to learn more about Steve and his work, you can check him out on the following platforms:
- Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/
- Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/
- Website – https://AdapNation.io
5:00 – Where were your numbers before you started Bigger Leaner Stronger?
7:13 – What are your current numbers?
16:35 – How did you find me and my work?
20:16 – How was your experience with Bigger Leaner Stronger?
29:29 – How did the Stacked app help?
35:29 – How did this help you choose a new career path?
38:55 – What else has made a big difference for you?
39:11 – How did you change your habits from not reading at all to reading regularly?
52:11 – What were your before and after results?
1:05:11 – Where can people find you and your work?
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