The simple answer is START where you are, today, now, stop reading. If starting is not convincing enough then you can check out the information provided below. Find inspiration, workouts, information on supplements and more. This is your simplified fitness guide!


Meet Nick Bare training as a Hybrid Athlete, Nicks company promotes health and wellness through working out cardio and strength training. He has done endurance races and physique competitions. With over 142M views on his Youtube channel he is a must follow.

Or how about Bryan Johnson the man spending literally millions of dollars a year on perfecting his health, with the goal of optimizing aging through working out, supplements, measuring and more see it all with Bryan Johnsons protocol.

Dr. Peter Attia, “I think exercise is the single most important longevity drug that we have bar none.” As a longevity expert Peter knows a thing or two about what it takes to take your health to the right level.

This is Dr. Rhonda Patrick her work is inspiring to many in the health and wellness community, and between her and Peter you will leave this conversation a better and healthier human.

Start by walking. This video is me on vacation with my family and it is 6:44 a.m. with my 2 boys we walked around this complex in pajamas and were inspired by movement and beauty. Get started

Do the work! Research the things you need to do. We spend time doing all sorts of things like mowing our grass, shoveling our driveways, investing in the stock market and 401K. Our time, money, and resources go towards things like these and sometimes we forget to spend time doing the research that matters more than those. That is the research on health and wellness.


It sounds cliche but it is true if you can leave this article and do 10 pushups or go for a walk with your spouse, or eat a healthier dinner. Then that makes this article successful. It has to start with a change in behavior. You can not wait for the conditions to be right, or wait to get all the equipment, all you need is the moment and the movement.


Starting is the purest act of humility. Knowing you will start and not be good at training and knowing you will be out of shape, thats the humility in that is starting anyways. This is a lifelong endeavor.

“You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great”

-Zig Ziglar
  1. Walk:
    • Get your steps in. If you have a sedentary job get 5,000 a day and build from there. Develop a new baseline.
  2. No more snacking:
    • Whether it is late night snacks or that irresistible donut that seems to always be in your path. Start saying no to snacks. You do not need 6 meals a day, or snacks at all. If your hungry thats ok you will be fine.
  3. It all starts with 1:
    • 1 Rep, 1 drive to the gym, 1 healthier choice at the grocery store, 1 dinner a month, 1 push-up 1 crunch, 1 pull-up, 1 walk. You can not develop a habit without the first 1.
  4. Consistency:
    • Find your consistency, get to bed on time, wake up on time. Change your routine slowly. Drink water in the morning consistently. Whatever you do, make it so you can do it again.
  5. Sleep:
    • Get the appropriate amount of sleep. Attack the day well rested, you will need the rest in order to recover.

“Early to bed early to rise makes a man, healthy, wealthy and wise”

-Ben Franklin


Its all about commitment at this level

  1. Movement:
    • Keep moving, cardio, strength training, calisthenics, endurance training. It is all about continuing to move. Your body will react differently to different movements. You can try them all.
  2. Program:
  3. Diet:
    • A 4 letter word to some people, needs to become your friend. Its all about consistency here so do what you can replicate.
      • No or low carbohydrates
      • No refined sugars
      • Gluten Free
      • Carnivore (Only meat)
      • Vegan (No animal based foods)
      • A mix of all the above


Make fitness a pasttime, can you pass this down to your children’s children? What if your family was focused on and committed to simplified fitness. Would that change generations of your family. If you change what you make for dinner and start making healthy macro conscience meals will you live longer? What if you add supplements to your healthy diet? What if you exercise regularly have a healthy diet and health routine. Will you pass these things down to your family for maximum fulifillment?

  1. Measure:
    • Measure your results, Body fat, Body mass Index, Weight, Macros
  2. Goals:
    • Now that you know you can be fit, determine where you are going.
  3. Build the Master Plan
    • Do you want to be able to walk in your 80s? Do you want to be able to climb stairs? How will this affect where you live, what you do and who you are with?
  4. Invest in Equipment
    • Kettlebells, resistance bands, running shoes, free weights, a gym membership, a bike, etc.
  5. Milestones


The Hybrid Athlete will be coming out with a Fitness Simplified supplement line. This is where you can start investing in your #fitnessfoundation

In the meantime focus on the fundamentals

  1. Omega 3 fish oils
  2. Magnesium
  3. Vitamin D3 + K2
  4. Pro Biotic/Pre Biotic
  5. Immunity

Next you can focus on performance


The Hybrid Athlete will soon be announcing a Simplified training wear line. We will make athleisure in a way that motivates movement!