My Official Fit Father Project FF30X Review
Do you struggle with losing weight?
Have you put on some serious weight and have belly fat that you can’t seem to get rid of?
Are you tired of feeling like you are low on energy?
Have you tried diets that are hard to stick to, are unrealistic, or don’t fit into your daily routine?
Are you in your 40’s and have a hard time finding time to make a change?
On day 1 I weighed about 238 pounds.
After one month on the Fit Father Project FF30X program my weight dropped a significant amount.
I didn’t do a crazy fad diet, eat unrealistic meals, or damage my body with a crazy workout routine.
In this article I cover the exact method I used to lose my unwanted weight.
I spent 31 days on the Fit Father Project FF30X program.
The Fit Father Program FF30X is a health and weight loss program designed specifically for busy fathers over 40.
It’s for busy dads who want to get rid of their excess belly fat while toning up and building muscle and setting up a healthy future.
It’s a meal and workout plan designed exclusively for dad’s in their 40’s to maximize losing weight and getting back in shape.
It’s simple sensible meals and easy to follow workouts that get results.
I did it during the whole month of March.
On day 1, I weighed 237.6 pounds and on day 31, I weighed 217 pounds.
I lost 20 pounds.
This was the first time I’ve ever been on a diet.
I don’t mean to be so positive about the Fit Father Project FF30X workout and meal plan, but it worked.
My Fit Father Project FF30X Review Of The Meal Plan
Every breakfast I had a shake.
I started with shake #1 which was good.
But after changing to shake #2, I was in heaven.
Shake #2 was great.
It was a fat burner shake but I loved the taste.
For lunch, I would do one of the two types of Manwiches.
They were pretty good but I got a little bored with the same thing for lunch, plus I’m lazy making my food the night before.
That’s why I would do the Meals On The Go choices.
It was easy and it gave me different lunches to try.
I really did get On The Go Meals from Subway, Chipotle, McDonalds, and Taco Bell.
My day to day Fit Father Project FF30X Review inputs are 100% accurate.
My afternoon snack only changed a little.
I started with cashews and turkey jerky.
I ended with turkey jerky and organic Fuji apples.
I bought and tried the Quest double chocolate bar one day for my snack.
It’s recommended in the meal plan.
It was horrible.
I ate 1 1/2 bars and that was it.
I read reviews on Amazon.
I think they changed their recipe and use sucralose because they are just awful.
I recommend trying a sample of different flavors first, maybe only the double chocolate tasted bad.
I only tried the double chocolate flavor.
My water drinking.
I drank water throughout the day.
I mixed it with a teaspoon of organic apple cider vinegar and some squeezed lemon juice.
You don’t have to do organic apple cider vinegar and lemon juice but that’s how I like it.
I put it in the refrigerator the night before.
The water wasn’t a big deal to me.
The water kept me flushed and I totally got off Starbuck’s coffee every morning.
My dinners were pretty similar each night.
I ate mainly chicken, salmon, and tuna.
I ate brown rice.
I also would eat the frozen vegetables from Trader Joe’s.
I’m sure fresh vegetables would be better, but I’m lazy and the frozen ones are easy to prepare.
I ate the organic mixed medley, the green medley, and the asparagus.
The asparagus was my favorite.
I kept it easy during the week and would eat something different on the weekends.
I should mention the meal plan has lots of easy to make recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
I didn’t make any of them besides the shakes and the Manwiches.
I kind of wish I had because the recipes looked delicious.
I bought all of my food at Trader Joe’s, Target, and Costco.
My Fit Father Project FF30X Review Of The Workouts
The workouts were intense but I really enjoyed them.
The first Apex workout was the hardest, but it got easier as I went.
Weeks 2, 3, and 4 were awesome.
I’d get pumped doing the Apex workouts and was full of energy after.
The free days were nice and the High Impact workouts worked great also.
My Fit Father Project FF30X Review Final Thoughts
All I can say is that they all worked together.
The diet plus the workouts all worked to help me lose weight.
I have more energy.
I’m lighter and not carrying around a spare tire.
I can tell the difference when I jog and play basketball.
I haven’t felt bloated like a beached whale all month.
It feels good.
I lost weight around my waist, stomach, and neck.
I got rid of my man boobs and my chest is more defined.
I can actually flex my stomach muscles now too.
Plus my triceps got bigger.
I’ve even stopped snoring.
My wife used to wake me up to stop snoring in the middle of the night but not anymore.
Dr. Anthony knew what he was doing when he set up the Fit Father Project FF30X because it works.
I lost 20 pounds and I’m keeping it off.
I now know how to eat sensibly and how to exercise to stay healthy.
It pretty much taught me a healthy lifestyle.
I can keep up with my kids and stay active.
There are also a lot of other features in the Fit Father Project FF30X that I didn’t cover.
I did mention the helpful emails once you start on the program, plus the easy workout plan and meal plan that you can load onto your smartphone, and the helpful videos for eating and working out, but that’s not all.
There’s quite a bit more but I don’t think it’s fair to Dr. Anthony to divulge everything.
All I can say is that Dr. Anthony did a great job putting together the Fit Father Project FF30X and I’m happy as I can be that I did it.
If you’re sick of being fat or chunky, or tired of feeling bloated and tired, the Fit Father Project FF30X can help change that.
If you’re tired of feeling old then the Fit Father Project FF30X can help you feel young again.
Because I sure do.
The Fit Father Project FF30X gave me a much needed kickstart and I feel like a new man.
Thanks again Dr. Anthony.