6 months ago I was working at Yellowstone National Park and I finally decided I had enough. You might recall that after I took the picture on the left in the lonely gym at old faithful village and I decided out of a lot of people’s shock to post a reverse transformation that showed I had let myself slip, not a little bit; but a lot. Something that was difficult and embarrassing. And the Post came with a promise that this year I would get into the best shape of my life and never look back.
Two months after this realization my uncle suddenly died at 51 years old causing even more shock and change in my life, as I packed up my things drove home and started over again but got back into my same old habits for two months.
The person on the left was in denial, remembering his days running on the UNH track team 10 years earlier, yet too self conscious at 29 years to ever take his shirt off amongst hundreds of adventure photography self portraits. He was growing tired, Addicted to coffee energy drinks and unhealthy snacks at numerous times throughout the road trip journey, and had convinced himself that the life he was living was not only normal but the only way to get through the day.
On the right you see a picture of me three weeks ago. Approximately two months into a consistent lifestyle of nutrition, high intensity training and proper supplementation. You see a man who is confident in his own skin. Energetic every morning on much fewer and less expensive calories. You see a man not only training for the Vermont ultra beast @spartan
race, but a man training to win. On the right what you see is me.
Thank you @sugarcoveredchaos
for sticking with me, coaching me and believing in me even during the toughest times.
Message or comment if you want more details on how I made this lifestyle transformation possible