In May 2015, Collin Clarke weighed 201 pounds, with 37% body fat.
Collin has made an amazing transformation. He is much different than the guy that you would have seen a year ago when he was working the desk at Bob’s Jim north when he saw Glenn, a personal trainer and professional bodybuilder in the next room. When Glenn left the room, Collin entered. Collin imitated every move, and dreamed of one day being on stage like Glenn. See Collin’s full story here.
Jonathan Montgomery, a 38-year-old firefighter from Florida Fire Rescue, was an overweight workaholic. “I was strong, but slow and fat,” he said.
Today, Montgomery is stronger than ever at 201 pounds, he’s more muscular and faster than he’s ever been in his life.
What’s his secret? Montgomery invested in a personal coach Alex Viada who has coached over 400 athletes, from special forces soldiers to Ironman triathletes.
“I like to have people work on everything concurrently,” Viada explains. “That allows the average guy to improve across the board—in strength, power, and endurance—without interruption.”
Viada workout program for Montgomery was to perform long, slow pace cardio. His diet consist of 5 meals a day at 600 to 700 calories a meal.