My Unfair Fitness Advantage

Gabe Johansson
2 min readAug 2

I have no problem admitting it was very fortunate I started my fitness journey in my mid 20s when I was single with only a part time job and no real responsibilities.

I didn’t have much, but what I did have was a gym membership, money for groceries, and the most valuable asset of all:


This was my unfair fitness advantage back then.

Having an absurd amount of free time allowed me to put a ton of energy into learning all the principles of diet and training, put in the work, and transform my body from being skinny and fat at the same time…

…to a respectable, lean, moderately muscular physique.

If I were starting from scratch today with a 52 hour per week job, a side biz, 2 beautiful babies under 2 years old, and a dog…

It definitely wouldn’t be so easy.

(I omitted my wife Martha from that list, because all she does is make my life easier)


Knowing what I know now…

It would still be more than possible.

I’ve been able to boil down the core concepts in a way that’s so easy to understand and follow that not only have I been able to stay in shape without really thinking about it…

I’ve been able to share the exact workout and diet plan to new program members who have been able to take action on it over the last few weeks and re-start their fitness journey after a long time off.

I will be sharing their results in the future, so stay tuned for that because it’s super cool to see.

In the meantime, consider learning more about my program to see if it’s right for you:

Here’s where you can do exactly that

Any questions? Let me know.

Talk soon,

Gabe Johansson

Man. Husband. Father. Fitness Coach. I went from skinny fat to strong and fit. Now I'm on a mission to help 1000s get in great shape