All the Fitness Knowledge You Need
None of the Crap You Don’t
This is not your typical fitness website.
Sure, it’s all about getting fit. But if you’re looking for hype and fads, you’re in the wrong place.
I used to be a 300-pound idiot who bought into every over-hyped tactic out there. I’ve since learned from my mistakes. You can too.
Everything on this site is backed by professional 3rd party studies, science, tried and true methods and most importantly COMMON SENSE.
Becoming a certified personal trainer equipped me with technical fitness knowledge. But working to get from fat to fit is real-life experience that counts.
Hi. I’m Jamie.
I was once severely overweight and out of shape. I spent a lot of time and money listening to lies, contradictions and marketing hype thinking they would help me change my lifestyle.
Now I now know better, and I want to use my mistakes to teach others.
Need help? Don’t understand something I’ve said? Just reach out. I’ll respond personally.
Lots of websites want to e-mail you.
So do we. Unlike the rest, we’ll send you e-mails you care about: The latest diets, exercises and (so humble) info that’s actually worth a damn.
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