Looking for a Little Extra Help?

Educating yourself through podcasts, blog posts and videos is a valuable step to take toward achieving your fitness goals.  We’re all incredibly lucky to live in a time where so much excellent information is readily available…. and we don’t have to rely on those bro-science laden muscle magazines any longer.

But, this wealth of information comes with its own set of problems.  INFORMATION OVERLOAD!

I totally get it too.  I spend nearly all my waking hours reading science papers, devising ways to apply these learnings with clients, measuring the results, scrapping what doesn’t work and doubling down on what does.  Unless reading about fitness is your full-time job (like it is mine), chances are you don’t have time for this.

Speaking of no time, you’re busy!  Work… or school… or family… you not only have to figure out what works, but then you have to figure out how to fit it into your hectic life.

And what are you supposed to do if your progress stalls?  What about if you’re struggling with motivation?

Add all of this up, and getting fit can feel pretty overwhelming.  No wonder most people struggle to make significant progress.

If you feel any or all of this, then it might be time to consider working with a coach.

An experience coach can step in and illuminate the path of least resistance for you.  A path that doesn’t zig and zag or go off into the weeds but, that leads directly where you want to go.  A coach can’t do the work for you, but they can reduce the friction and make getting fit a lot less work for you. And that’s the true value of working with a coach.

Lose fat. Build muscle.  Lift heavier.  Move faster.  Improve mobility.  Increase energy.  There is a path to each of these for you.  Over the years, Heavey’s team over at Evidence Based Athlete (EBA) has helped hundreds of people, including many Strength & Scotch listeners such as yourself, achieve great things with their health and fitness.

If all of this gets you fired up and you want to find out more about coaching from Evidence Based Athleted, then I invited you to apply below.

Wait. A. Minute.  Apply… WTF?!?!

Well, as it turns out, not everyone is a good fit for coaching over the internet.  Also, not everyone is a good fit for our approach to coaching.  We’re not drill sergeants, we don’t believe in health hacks and we despise dogmatic thinking.

We do believe in the scientific process, in an evidence-based approach to coaching and in taking the long term view of your health and fitness.

If those statements resonate with you…  If you’re ready to seriously prioritize your health and fitness…  If you’re ready to make an investment in yourself… then there’s a strong chance we’re a good fit to work together.

You can start the process now, by clicking the button below and completing the questionnaire.

After I review your responses, I’ll follow up and let you know if I think we can help – we’re up front about this, there’s no sense in wasting your time and money if we can’t help.  If it looks like a good fit though, we’ll hop on the phone for a quick chat to get to dig into your situation deeper, get to know one another a bit more and decide if Evidence Based Athlete coaching is right for you.

Our highly personalize coaching packages start at $150 per month and go up from there depending on what combination of things we decide to work on together, e.g., nutrition, fitness, lab work or some combination.