Frank Nash is a Fitness Professional. He is a founder of gym Frank Nash Training System in Boston. He also travels world doing Public Speaking in the fitness industry and he knows how to work it on Social media. He is a calm, cool and confident person and he is doing exactly what he wants to do in his life.
In this episode, you will learn:
- How Frank Nash got into fitness and where he came from.
- How he developed his great business and lifestyle?
- What is surge theory? What are the things to be known about surge theory?
- How to live life on your own terms
- What does it mean to be a man?
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“In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto” by Michael Pollan.
“Outliers: The Story of Success” by Malcolm Gladwell
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Being a fitness advocate and enthusiast myself, I came across your podcast and this was my first Alpha Male Project episode. A two-parter nonetheless…and what a great first impression!
Nash was a great guest with valuable insights including – but definitely not limited to – his advice on eating that humble pie and how money is not the root of all evil but rather it can be used to help others achieve their own form of success in life.
I’ve now subscribed to your podcast and listened to a few other episodes since and haven’t regretted it.
Keep up the great work Ted, and I look forward to your future episodes.
What’s up Rock! Thanks for for reaching out. I put a lot of effort into the podcast so it’s great to hear that you’re enjoying the episodes. And I’m glad you liked the interview with Frank. I know him personally and he’s a solid dude.
Rock, I’d really appreciate a review in iTunes when you have a chance. Especially sharing something real – like this comment – let’s people know what I’m about.
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Thanks man. – Ted