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Exhausted when you get home from work?

Hey, Logan here,

Dunno if you’ve experienced this

But a lotta guys I speak to tell me

“You know what Logan”

“I feel guilty at the end of the day because I’m so wiped out from work that I don’t feel like I have anything left to give to my family when I walk through the door”

Maybe you can relate?

Whether that’s finding the energy to play with the kids or do their homework

Have a present conversation with the woman you love

Or get those jobs done on the “honey-do list” that have been put off for weeks

I want you to know I get it…

Being married, with kids, and having a job that requires so much of you…

Can sometimes feel like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders.

So what’s the answer…

Well, think of it like this…

Ever been on a plane where they say “fit your oxygen mask first?”

The same is true in your own life

A lot of men struggle because they prioritize their work, their family, and all the “important” things in their life over themselves.

But consider that if you want to be at your best you gotta fit your own oxygen mask first.

This is why I created the Oxygen Mask Protocol for my clients.

The Oxygen Mask is 3 simple activities that my clients do first thing in the morning to set their day up for success…

So they can have energy ALL DAY instead of feeling burned out by 2 pm and be present and engaged when they walk through the door on an evening.

I’m gonna be sharing the Oxygen Mask Protocol with a few men this month

Would you like to join us?

If so, just shoot me a quick message with the word “OXYGEN” here: 


Or shoot me an email over at logan@lostfit.com with the word “OXYGEN” as the subject line and I’ll shoot you the details.

In your corner,


21 Reasons Why You May Not Be Dropping Weight (especially around the midsection)

Hey, Logan here,

Let me be clear…

It’s not that you can’t drop weight, shed belly fat or
get lean, toned, and fit at a fast pace, it’s doing it right AND making it sustainable.

So, to help you with that here are:

21 Reasons Why You May Not Be Dropping Weight (especially around the midsection)

1. You’re constantly changing things around
and not sticking to a plan (lack of consistency)

2. You’re impatient. Even if you have achieved rapid weight loss through a “quick fix”

– it’s unsustainable and you go on a roller coaster- your aim should be to lose 1lb to 2.5lbs
per week…

…maybe even 2.83lbs per week you can get away with- can you lose more?…

Of course, I’ve had clients drop much more in a given week, but IF your goal is long-term results and not some short-term quick-fix that may not last…

… I’d stick between the 1lb to 2.83lb range per week


Because it’s sustainable.

Meaning it’s results that will LAST.

And I hear ya…

“But this one thing I tried in the past I lost like 30lbs in a month”


My questions to you are:

How’d that ‘fast approach’ work for you long term?

Why didn’t the results stick?

and was that approach even enjoyable to you?

EVEN more important than ‘weight’ is inches dropped (inches dropped from the midsection, chest, sides etc)

AND liking how you LOOK AND FEEL (the way clothes fit, energy levels, confidence levels, progress photos etc)

3. You are not changing 1-2 habits at a time and taking on a huge chunk only to find it unsustainable. Prove to yourself you can do smaller things first and build up to more complex (or more habits at once)

Consider BIG results start with SMALL actions

4. You lack consistency with training and calorie intake. When both have huge variables
and no plan or consistency, you mustn’t question why you’re not getting results.

5. You take in too many calories in comparison to how many you burn (this is basic but one of the most important laws of
weight loss-it doesn’t matter if the food you are eating is quote on quote – “healthy”

5.1 you’re not eating enough calories…this is what a lot of ‘quick-fix fad’ diets preach… (the problem with this strategy is that it will result in wrecking your metabolism and hormones and will eventually get you to stall on your progress or worse..gaining back all the weight you lost and more) – plus, there’s a strong chance you won’t like the way you look when you take your shirt off with this approach

6. You don’t burn enough calories compared to how many you consume (this plays in line with #5)

7. You blame metabolism/advice/genetics before inconsistency and not eating in line with your goals.

8. You reward yourself with food rather than just enjoying opportunities to enjoy the food.

Instead of grabbing something that serves you and your goals, you grab the nearest thing that doesn’t fit your plan – this creates and reinforces binge behaviors.

9. You start using tools like thermogenic’s or crazy super low-calorie diets, Hardcore
‘Beast mode’ type training, etc… At the beginning for weeks, even longer, simple habit changes and
nutrition regulation along with ramping up simple resistance training is more than enough to see great changes.

10. You’re playing an ‘interested’ game rather than a COMMITTED game. Consider we get what we’re committed to… NOT what we’re ‘interested in.

Imagine being only “50” “60” or even “70” percent committed to an important relationship… how do you think that relationship will go?

The same thing applies to your body, health and anything else
for that matter

100% commitment = 100% results, period.

11) You’ve been convinced to believe that both carbs and fat are bad.

I’m here to tell you neither are bad…It just depends on the timing you have them. So you end up dropping
both too low, leaving you with hardly any calories or fuel to keep your metabolism going.

The question is just how much for YOU based on our lifestyle, goals, etc.

12) You keep looking for the best “fat burning program,” “fat burning supplement or “the secret fat burning diet”. There is training and there is food -how you eat and train will dictate how you drop weight and shed fat.

13) You follow a generic plan that isn’t fit for someone over 40. Your plan should be able to fit your lifestyle and work to balance out your hormones.

14) You are not accountable to anyone and keep asking yourself why you fall off from being compliant. Consider it’s easy to fail in private, but when you have someone in your corner holding you to a higher standard, that’s when the game (and your results) change for the better

15) You’re measuring outcomes, not actions.

You can’t always control outcomes because of genetics, variability, etc. but you can control the actions that lead you to the outcomes!

Focus on the things you DO on a daily vs. constantly stepping on the scale and losing track of the actions that achieve
the goal.

Consider it’s your consistency to executing the right ACTIONS daily that will equate to your results in the end.

16) Not having a support group and positive environment. Consider your environment is everything along with the people that surround you and support you (or in many cases, you’re surrounded by people that DON’T support you – all the above will be hard to overcome in that type of environment).

17) You drink your calories. Most will drop weight if they cut down on the soda and especially the booze.

Don’t get it twisted…

I’m not saying you have to live like a monk…but you’ve got to be mindful of the liquid you’re consuming…

At least if you want a physical appearance that turns heads and the energy and sex drive you had in your early 20’s

18)You’re guessing on what to do and you lack true clarity on the right plan of action to take.

Consider guessing is one of the most costly behaviors you can have.

See, without clarity, you lack certainty.

And without certainty, you can pretty much kiss your goals goodbye.

19) You’re lacking QUALITY sleep and don’t have any systems in place to ensure you get a full night’s rest

Less quality sleep = More Weight Gain and More Energy Drain (and less mental clarity and focus…no bueno)

20) You’re not managing your stress levels (if your stress levels are through the roof then so are your cortisol levels…and high bouts of cortisol will basically make it nearly impossible to drop weight, especially from the belly)

21) You keep thinking about it…and telling yourself ‘tomorrow’ …but don’t ever start

My advice?

Start NOW.


Consider doing anything. (maybe even this here)

Regardless of what you choose to do.

Consider something is better than nothing.

In your corner,


Plus, whenever you’re ready here are a couple ways I can help you…

1- If you’re fed up with your clothes not fitting comfortably, sick of seeing the belly in the mirror and tired of feeling exhausted all the time and you’d like to learn about the LostFit Accelerated Method and how we help busy guys drop 12 to 34lbs of belly fat, transform the way their clothes fit and maximize their energy levels in just 12-24 minutes of your time, 4 days a week without fitness taking over your entire life in the process or having to step foot in a gym

simply CLICK HERE to learn more

2- If you’d like to be part of our next group of busy guys over 40 who are effortlessly shedding
belly fat, doubling their energy and boosting their self-confidence faster than anything
they’ve tried before so that you can feel like an absolute rockstar in both the boardroom and the bedroom…

Just reach out to logan@lostfit.com with the subject line ‘Rockstar’ and I’ll shoot you over the

3. Get access to my BRAND NEW FREE online training course showing you:

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Spending most weekends trying to catch up on sleep?

Hey, Logan here,

I was speaking to an awesome guy the other
who said:

“Logan, I’m tired of spending half of my
weekend catching up on sleep instead of…

…spending time with my family

…doing things I enjoying doing outside of

…getting extra projects done around the house

And actually enjoying some downtime.

It always feels like I’m burning the candle
at both ends and I never have any time to

I don’t know if you’ve experienced this…

But a lot of busy guys are burning the candle
at both ends.

They’re getting up early and getting to the

Slamming back as much caffeine as they can
just to get through the day

Then by the time they get home with what
little energy they do have left they tend to
their families and have dinner

Only to find that after dinner they end up trying to decompress for a couple of hours by watching tv and having a drink or sweet snack just to take the edge off from the day.

Before they know it they’re being woken up in the middle of the night because they’ve fallen asleep on the couch again.

Most guys struggle with this and find themselves using the weekend to catch up on
sleep because they’re burning the candle at both ends.

In order to counteract this, you’ve got to be willing to stop constantly going full
throttle and start ensuring you’re taking time to refuel your own tanks.

Most guys actually find that after doing this just for a few days end up with more energy and more productivity.

And they’re usually getting more done in less

Think of it like this…

If you’re an F1 driver, there’s no way that you can just constantly go full throttle around the track and not take at least one
pit stop.

Not only would your tires burn out

Your engine would overheat

But you’d probably be worn out in the process.


I don’t know if you’d be interested or not?

But if you’d like to go from spending your weekend in bed catching up on sleep and instead….

…have the energy to enjoy your weekends to
spend quality time with your family

…maybe go out on a nice date night with your
significant other

And be able to have a couple of beers and watch the game without falling asleep on the sofa…

Then shoot me a message with the word: “Weekend Energy” here: 


OR go here:


In your corner,

Vertical on the couch the moment you get home?

Hey, Logan here,

Dunno if you’ve experienced this…

But I was chatting with a client of mine the other day and he

“I was burning the candle at both ends in my professional life that left very little time for my personal life…

…I had no energy throughout the day and was burned out by 2:15 in the afternoon

By the time I would get home in the evenings…

I would find myself laying on the couch and then falling asleep on the couch

I’d get home from work and my kids would want to play, shoot hoops in the driveway, kick a
soccer ball in the grass, throw a football and I just flat out didn’t have the energy for it…

I was too tired to sit up and even play a board game with them

They were willing to meet me where I was, I just didn’t have the energy to meet them back…

Much less, should a work-related dinner pop up in the evening … I would do almost anything I could to avoid those kinds of
extra-curricular activities in the evening because I was just so gassed.”

Maybe you can relate?

But this is a common theme I see amongst most high-performing men over 40.

But I totally get why it can be hard.

After a long day of being switched “ON” to be the best possible boss and leader at work…

…then fueling up on caffeine or convenience food just to keep alert

It can be exhausting by the end of the day.

Possibly like how I felt after I overindulged during my birthday last month.

Now, I’m all about having fun

In fact, I had an amazing time with family.

We had all the goods lined up to eat…

Pizza, Wings, and my absolute favorite, red velvet cake…

Let’s just say, I enjoyed myself 🙂

But it got me thinking…

Sure, I had a great time indulging a bit

But I woke up the next morning feeling groggy, bloated, and by the afternoon felt like I needed a nap just to push through

By the time the early evening hit…

I was tapped out.

My wife wanted my attention and all I wanted to was just chill out on the couch and be left to my own devices so I could hopefully feel fresh the next day.

The majority of the guys I work with experience this daily…

They’ll grab something like a quick biscuit or bagel for breakfast…

…then maybe grab a burger and fries for lunch

Then their wife may cook them a hardy meal for dinner only to finish it off with a few
cocktails or beers for dessert just to take the edge off after a long day of work.

But in my experience fueling a body like this is a sure-fire way to…

… wake up in the morning feeling groggy and out of sorts

…needing multiple hits of caffeine to get to the afternoon only to feel like you need a catnap just to push through to the end of the day

And by the time the end of the day hits, there’s just zero energy left to give.

Think of it like this…

If someone were to take a high performing sports car that required high octane fuel

And they decided to put in crappy fuel

It would be very hard for the car to perform at its highest level

The same thing applies to your body.

Premium Fuel= Premium Performance

Crappy Fuel= Crappy Performance

You see,

How we treat and fuel our bodies on a daily basis will dictate how we show up and perform.

Make sense?



I don’t know if having all day long energy, even into the evening is something you’d be interested or not?

But if it is,

I’m going to be putting a few determined businessmen
over 40 together here soon…

In 12 Short Weeks, we’re going to get rid of tiredness, for good…

…so they can reclaim 2+ hours in their day & get back the energy of their early 20’s & sustain it all day long

…put an end to the 2 pm crash and having to fuel their day with caffeine

…and easily drop up to 12-34lbs in the process

It doesn’t require sacrificing your schedule, going to the gym, or taking over your entire life to pull it off.

Would you be interested in joining us?

If so, just shoot me a quick message with the word “Boost” here:


or go here:


to learn more.

In your corner,


Next Level Night Crawler

So, I decided to take a trip down memory lane and take another gander
at the flick “Night Crawler” featuring  The Infamous Jake Gyllenhaal.

Maybe you’ve seen it, maybe you haven’t- if you haven’t you should because it’s damn awesome my friend.

Let me break down why…

I’m going to drop some lessons on ya (spoiler alert.)

Recap of the flick:

It’s seriously creepy…

A sociopath, Gyllenhaal,

Goes around capturing rare crime footage around the city of Los Angeles- Paparazzo at it’s finest.

He hires an intern to arrive to each scene as quickly as possible, to beat the competition.

There’s only one problem,

His intern isn’t much of a brave soul.

He’s entering into some hardcore stuff here.

I’m not talking petty crime or theft here my man,

Brutal and bloody is where this tale goes.

It’s nuts, watch it.

In the meantime, here’s a vital lesson I pulled out for you.

Gyllenhall can sense that his intern is always a bit skeptical of things.

In one scene, he leans into his intern and asks,

“Do you have any idea what the meaning of FEAR actually is?”





YES! I love it- Fear is the natural response to danger, but it can also be self imposed.

Fear of:



Losing Control

Being Lonely

It comes down to the story you tell yourself, your imagination.

Picture your life, as it is right now. Maybe you’re:





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Do you have:

Low energy levels?

A Negative Mindset?

Low Sex Drive?

Now imagine you let your fears go, and grab life by the balls. Where are you now?

Wildly Confident- your spouse, family, friends, colleagues, everyone will notice a complete 180 change in you.

More powerful, strong and defined body

Maximized Energy Levels

Improved Relationships

An Invincible Mindset

Making More Money- really! The better you feel about yourself, the more likely you will be able to produce at your highest level.

In order to have these things, you must shift your way of thinking.

Which brings me here:




Fear is based on evidence that you perceive as your reality. The stories you create and believe are true.

For example:

“I failed before, this time won’t be any different.”

^ maybe you have failed at something before, but it’s fear that prevents you from trying again.

On the other hand…

There’s Intuition.

This comes directly from the heart (no, I’m not getting all sappy on you- stay with me my man.)

This meaning, when you know deep down something needs to finally change in your life, you actually feel it within you.

It’s not based on false evidence that you concoct up in that head of yours, it’s a feeling.

A feeling that, maybe there’s more to life than the day-to-day grind.

Where, in your life, are you operating from a place of fear?

Trying to live your life based on false evidence?

If you choose to accept, your Mission is this…

Write down one thing you know needs to change within your life…

Let it come from a place of intuition, and don’t put limits on what you’re actually capable of achieving.

Think on that.

And if you’re a Busy Man who’s no longer

willing to tolerate his current reality and

is ready to build Strength, Confidence &

Resilience inside Fitness & Life.

Then go here:


And I’ll see if and how I can help you.

Logan Henry

How Cooper Saved Her Father’s Life

A true story about Hunter… and Cooper.

Cooper is 6 years old and is the beloved daughter of Hunter.

You see Hunter was 36 years of age, 50 pounds

Fed up feeling low of energy, lacking
self-confidence, always trying to hide his
gut, and was fed up of giving up on his
vision to get into better shape and lose the
excess weight he’d gained over the past 5
years or so.

Sound familiar? Continue on…

Imagine a real life Tony Soprano…

Minus the whole Italian and being in a Mob

And yes in case you weren’t aware James
Gandolfini (the guy who played Tony) was the actor who died in 2013,
aged just 51, from a heart attack.

He was a ‘Walking Time Bomb..’ according to
his heart doctor.


That guy…
Well Hunter is kinda just like him.

He has his own busy successful business,
leading from the front and constantly growing
his business to new heights (more on this in
a later post)

Yet he had told himself for quite some time
now (about 6 years)

“I have all I need, I am fine carrying around
this excess weight, and this gut doesn’t
bother me one bit…”

He told himself… yet deep down he didn’t
really believe that…

Sure he wanted support, the help, the
solution, but his Pride sort of kept him from
giving himself permission to get the level of
support and guidance he knew he needed…

He was too busy hustling and getting things
on his own for so long, that he felt he was
admitting failure if he couldn’t do this

Which of course, being I man, I totally get
as I’ve been there before.

See, everyone whose achieved results inside
some area of their life realize that going
solo usually doesn’t cut it, especially if
the results they’re seeking are going to be

Hunter is not a guy who’d settle for just
mediocre results.

He’d want the the same level of results he’s
used to experiencing inside his thriving
business…. in his Body and Overall
well-being… RADICAL results that people
would notice.

(If you need specific guidance to get the results you want–Click Here Now).

He also realized, would enable him to become
an even BETTER:

** Father

** Husband

** Leader

** Producer

And a much nicer guy to be around.. more calm
and less reactive towards things. Less
worried if he was going to let those he cared
for most down or be looked at by his kids as
someone who didn’t take care of himself.

Truth be told that’s what sparked him to take
action in the first place…

Because it wasn’t until his daughter shined a
spotlight on him by mentioning his weight.

And this is something that is happening
constantly with people all over.

So many people tolerate their current
situation for far too long, because they are
simply, lost, and unaware of how to get
support that will guide them to the
sustainable results they want.

Yes they tried things before, then fall off

So Hunter… was laying there in his bed
after his daughter had mentioned she’s 6
years old…

Like I mentioned above, her name is Cooper…

And she is his world.

But for a moment…

Hunter imagined what life would be like if he
missed out on experiencing life with her as
she grew older…

==> going to prom…

==> getting married…

==> starting a family of her own one day…

Not only this, but how she would perceive him as
she got older if he didn’t take care of
himself more.

Then it hit HIM…

For the first time in his life, he thought…

What would life be like for his daughter if
he wasn’t there because he let his pride and
ego get in the way of what really mattered

Who would protect her?

Who would make her feel safe?

Who would teach her things and be the role
model she looked up to?

Suddenly, Hunter put his pride in check and
left his ego at the door, realizing that
Cooper was the reason WHY he was finally
going to give himself permission to move
forward with what he’d been putting off for
far too long.

To ensure Cooper never has to experience
those pains of her father not being their as
the hero she sees him as.

Simply because he was too stubborn to do
anything about it.

What happened next?

Hunter… made a POWERFUL decision and got
some incredible RESULTS for doing so. (more on that below)

He had someone who had taken tons of guys
just like him through a step-by-step process
that would ensure his success.

He was given the guidance and support to push
past any limitations he might of had
before… to experience a complete lifestyle

Without even realizing it, Cooper had given
her father the greatest gift of all…

The gift of not only show up for her as the
BEST father he could be, but to show up for
his wife, employees and everyone else he
cared for the most as BETTER man.

She gave her father the ability to step
inside his own power and become a version of
himself that he had never seen before..a man
who’s now INVINCIBLE.

And if Hunter story resonated with you…

And you want your loved ones to
see you as the POWERFUL, strong, confident
role model like the one above…

Then click HERE to reach out and get some
support even if right now that means having a
powerful conversation to help get you

Logan Henry- Helping Busy Men Build Power, Confidence, & Courage through Fitness & Life.

P.S.- Click here to check out just some of
the results Hunter has created for himself.

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