Fit Father Project Review from a 40+ Busy Dad
As a busy father of four kids, I am always on the lookout for workout and diet programs to keep in shape. I have tried and tested quite a few workout plans, diets, and a mix of both methods to stay in great shape.
What I have learned over the past many years is that no single workout program is best for you. I always suggest making a permanent lifestyle change instead of following random 30-day or 40-day weight loss challenges found on the internet.
It is hard to change your lifestyle but believe me, it is the only way you will get long-lasting results in health. But as a beginner, you need to start somewhere. You need some guidance, a beacon that you can follow and consistently stick to it to remain fit for the rest of your life.
This is where Dr. Anthony Balduzzi’s ‘The Fit Father Project’ comes in. It is the ultimate beginner-friendly weight loss guidance you can get today. I came across the FF30X project awhile back which targets men over 40. Since I’m a dad in my 40s, it instantly got my attention and I knew I had to try it out.
The Fit Father project FF30X is unlike anything I have tested in the past (more on this later). It has every important ingredient a good meal and workout plan should have. And I guarantee, if you are a guy over 40, you love what’s included in the plan.
Unlike workout DVDs and meal plans as seen on TV, the Fit Father program is extremely simple to understand and follow. You do not even have to be physically active to achieve reasonable results because the diet plan within the program will help any busy father over 40 stick to a diet that is not only enjoyable and easy to follow, but also very effective in burning fat.
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Is FF30X Good for You?
- Dr. Anthony specifically designed the program for males over 40, but the truth is that this workout can be used by any guy who wants to stay healthy – it just works better if you’re a man over 40. It consists of three main modules – a diet plan, a workout plan, and coaching assistance over email.
- I know, you must be thinking that these three ingredients make up most of the weight loss plans found on the internet, so what makes the Fit Father Project different? One of the things that set it apart from other workout and diet plans is that it does not require you to go through insanely difficult exercises or a diet that is impossible to follow to see results.
So yes, whether you’re a dad or not, if you are in the 40s, this is the plan that you need to follow to start seeing a change in you.
What is the Fit Father Project?
The Fit Father Project takes into account the age factor of our bodies. As men age, the metabolism and the body itself goes through significant changes. In other words, you can never follow the same advice a 20-year-old guy would follow to achieve results. And following a fad diet at this age is even worse for your body.
Keeping this in mind, Dr. Anthony created the Fit Father Project with a meal and workout plan that works wonders for a 40+ man.
Here are the 6 pillars the program is based on.
- Easy to understand with a clear action plan. The weight loss program has everything described in as simple words as possible. It will never leave you guessing or figuring things out on your own. Every single thing is super easy to understand.
- Safe to follow. Unlike DVD workout plans, the FF30x program does not force you to follow a hardcore workout routine that males in the 20s are supposed to follow. After so many years without training, you need to follow a plan that your body can easily handle.
- Simple. Every single thing in the meal plan is laid out for you. The meals are simple to produce and take about 10 minutes only. A grocery list is also included so you do not have to spend 4-5 hours calculating what you’ll need to pull off the diet.
- It’s comprehensive. The plan talks in detail on all aspects of health for men over 40 – covering sleep, exercise, food, and lifestyle changes in detail. If a plan does not follow this, it is not going to work for you.
- It’s sustainable. The Fit Father Project is something you can continue to follow even after the 30 days have passed. It is based on the principals of ‘lifestyle changes’. In simple words, it encourages you to make permanent changes in your life so you can stay fit for the rest of your days.
- Accountability. Weight loss is something you can’t really keep on doing on your own. At some point, you will need someone who has got your back to keep things on track. The Fit Father Project offers fitness coaching through email. So if you ever get stuck somewhere, just throw an email and you’ll have one of the expert team members personally help you beat that stubborn plateau.
How Effective is FF30x Workout Program?
- From the 30 days I followed, I have to say that the Fit Father 30x program is pretty effective. The meal plan is one of my favorites because it is easier to follow than most workout programs out there.
- The meal and workout plan are designed to help you build muscle and lose weight at the same time. But this is something you will only achieve if you follow both the workout and meal plan properly.
- I know a friend who followed only the meal plan. Although he lost a lot of weight (30lbs to be precise) by just walking and dieting, he did not really gain any muscle in return. This only proves how effective the meal plan is, and how the complete program can’t work if you don’t stick to all modules.
If you’ve been wanting to lose stubborn belly fat, or just become a little more physically fit, I highly recommend trying this program out. You can start by downloading the free meal and workout plan from the Fit Father Project website.
My advice is to test out the free meal and workout plan to see if things work for you. I know quite a few people who saw changes in their body after trying those plans out, so it’s never a bad idea to give it a shot.
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Jack of all trades... master of none! Father of 3 awesome boys, husband to 1 amazing wife! Obstacle racer, procrastinator, computer nerd, trying not to follow the herd!