Escape Your Dad Bod with Bryan Scudiere

Welcome to the Serve No Master Podcast! This podcast is aimed at helping you find ways to create new revenue streams or make money online without dealing with an underpaid or underappreciated job. Our host is best-selling author, Jonathan Green.

Today's guest is Bryan Scudiere who had a wake-up call when he saw a picture of himself and realized he had gained weight and had man boobs. Despite being focused on his career and getting married, he knew he needed to make a change. He spent three years trying various diets but kept regressing. Finally, he realized he needed a sustainable approach that aligned with his life as a dad and business owner. This realization led him to create a program that promotes a harmonious balance between a successful career and a fit body.

In this episode Bryan Scudiere joins us to explore the age-old question: Is Dad Bud inevitable or is there a way to escape it? Bryan, a master at balancing different aspects of life, compares this balancing act to playing Dungeons and Dragons, where we allocate points to different attributes. In this thought-provoking episode, Bryan challenges the belief that achieving balance is a zero-sum game and shares insights on how exercise actually increases energy levels. He delves into his personal fitness protocol and discusses the overwhelming number of diet options and fad diets available. Bryan shares his preference for the sustainable and enjoyable Paleo diet, as well as his frustrations with restrictive diets and the lack of a one-size-fits-all solution. 

Notable Quotes

–  “So you gotta find that balance, and it really comes down to testing things out.” – [Bryan Scudiere]

“I think that people are chasing aesthetics. I think that people need to focus on the feeling. I think they need to focus on who they're becoming.” – [Bryan Scudiere]

“You can have pretty much anything. Just understand how it works.” – [Bryan Scudiere]

–  “The Challenges of Finding the Right Diet: 'What's really hard is that you are trying to balance these different things…We think that we have to. It's a zero sum game, and there's this belief that we have not enough time or not enough energy.” – [Jonathan Green]

–   “If people can't decide if eggs are good or bad, how can we decide anything else? And there's so much bad information and it's hard to know what's the good information.” – [Jonathan Green]

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