Optimized Man Podcast Episode #01 – How To Get A Six Pack. Seriously.

Alright, this is the first episode of my new podcast. As you’ll notice I’ve changed the name up, from Sex, Money, Six Packs to the Optimized Man Podcast. I think the title is a little more fitting.

(I’m taking the ‘ready, fire, aim’ approach to podcasting so bear with me while I figure everything out. Right now I’m not up and running on iTunes. That’ll happen soon. For now, enjoy the podcast below and download the mp3 if you want it.)

Here’s what the Optimized Man Podcast is all about:

My goal with the podcast is to interview experts on different men’s lifestyle subjects.

Personally, I’m fascinated with subjects like dating, relationships, sex, wealth, travel, lifestyle design, health, muscle building, etc.

I’m always thinking about these things and trying to interact with others who are on the ‘self-improvement’ journey as well.

What I want to do is create a podcast where we talk about all these things. We’ll chose 1 subject at a time and learn tips and tricks for achieving success in that field.

I want you to learn a TON and walk away with actionable knowledge and/or methods for accelerating your success in life. Sounds cheesy on the surface but it wont be. This will be a no B.S. environment.

Podcast #01 – How To Get A Six Pack. Seriously.

In this first episode, I talk to Clay Rogers of the Hollywood Physique about getting a six pack. Seriously.

The episode is about what it REALLY takes to get a six pack. There’s no fluff, etc. We’re telling it ‘like it is’.

Why should you listen to Clay?

And here are my results from 100 days on Clay’s Hollywood Physique program:

The Episode:

 

>> Right click here to download the mp3

>> Click here to visit the Hollywood Physique and contact Clay.

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4 thoughts on “Optimized Man Podcast Episode #01 – How To Get A Six Pack. Seriously.”

    1. Hey Chris,
      I’m 5’11. I’m actually not sure on the weight difference. With the Hollywood Physique you don’t worry about weighing yourself and just use the ‘mirror test’.

      If I had to guess, I’d say I was 175 to start. And finished around 165.

  1. CLAY & DEREK,
    I HAD THE PLEASURE OF LISTENING TO YOUR HOUR PODCAST AS I WROTE MY ESSAY ON ECONOMICS, MATES.

    BEING VERY FAMILIAR WITH THE HOLLYWOOD ACTORS, MATE, I KNOW MANY OF THE “STARS” SUCH AS RYAN REYNOLDS TRAINER, AMONG OTHERS.

    YOUR PROGRAM SEEMS TO SUGGEST, NO CARBS. IT SEEMS TO SUGGEST LIGHT WEIGHT. I CAN TELL YOU THIS. IF YOU’RE DRIVING FROM MIAMI TO LOS ANGELES, YOU’LL GET THERE DRIVING A HONDA CICVIC, A LAMBO, A JEEP, ETC. MY POINT IS THERES TOO MUCH INFORMATION AND YOUR WAY MAY WORK, BUT IT DOESNT MEAN OTHER DIETS AND WORKOUTS WILL NOT GET YOU THERE JUST AS QUICK, MY FRIENDS.

    I HAPPEN TO KNOW THAT RYAN REYNOLDS LIFTED HEAVY WEIGHT. 8-12 REPS. WITH 2-3 MINUTES INBETWEEN SETS, HE ALSO ENJOYED CARBS, SUCH AS OATMEAL, SO WHY AND HOW ARE YOU SUGGESTING RYAN REYNOLDS AS YOUR GOAL. WHEN YOUR WORKOUT PROGRAM IS OPPOSITE OF HIS. LIGHT WEIGHT VS HEAVY WEIGHT. CARBS VS NO CARBS. PLEASE EXPLAIN. AND YES, I KNOW RYAN AND HIS WORKOUT IS NOTHING LIKE WHAT YOU HAVE DESCRIBED HERE.

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