Vertical on the couch the moment you get home?

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,


About the Author Logan Henry