What Are Your Goals ?

My team (Chris, Kevin, and Meg) and I want to GIVE AWAY an entry into our 8 week TRUE8 body transformation coaching program which includes 8 weeks of workouts, nutrition, education, support and accountability to someone who tells us their 8 week fitness goal in the comments section below. Anyone is eligible to win and all you need to do is tell us why you deserve 8 weeks of 100% FREE  coaching, which will give you access to not just me, but my entire team of coaches.

If you could achieve ONE goal in the next 8 weeks, what would it be?

Do you want to gain more muscle? Do you want to lose more fat? How many pounds do you want to gain or lose over the next 8 weeks? What is your dream goal for health and fitness? What body parts are you going to really work on? What exercises do you want to get really good at? What kind of goals do you want to achieve despite your crazy busy life and travel schedule?  What areas of your health do you want to improve? Imagine how awesome it will feel to accomplish these goals and how your life will improve after 8 weeks of focused effort!

We love 8 week goals with our clients to start because it’s a solid time frame to make DRASTIC changes in how you look, feel and perform, but it’s also not an overwhelming time frame to commit to. 8 weeks supports our commitment to sustainable results.


So, tell us what your 8 week goal is in the comments section below. Be sure to include your email address and I’ll send you a free meal plan template along with a week of free workouts just for participating!

Once you’re done, take it a step further – cut and paste your response, throw it into a word document, and PRINT IT OFF. Sign it. Date it. Hand it to a friend to hold you accountable. We believe that goals without deadlines are just dreams. We’re not interested in helping people hit their physical potential, we’re interested in helping you truly improve all areas of your life – from you relationships and career to your ultimate goals in anything you do.

What are you waiting for? Tell us your 8 week goal below and give yourself the chance to win 8 weeks of FREE personalized coaching with me and my team in our TRUE8 program. Be sure to include your email address and I’ll send you a free meal plan template along with a week of free workouts just for participating!

To be frank, if you’re not willing to *post* your goal, you might as well kiss away your hopes of ever achieving it… now is the time to step up and make it happen — my team and I are here to support you!

Can’t wait to read your goals below,


P.S. Posting your goal below might seem like a small step but it’s a very POWERFUL form of accountability. Be detailed with your goals. Something magical happens when you write out your goals in front of an “audience.” This is the first key to your success… tell us your 16 week goal by writing it below!  Be sure to include your email address and I’ll send you a free meal plan template along with a week of free workouts just for participating!

Trust me, this one step will get you fired up….  Good luck and don’t forget to add your full name below plus your email so we can contact you if you win!



By |2018-02-25T15:33:15+00:00February 16th, 2018|Uncategorized|51 Comments


  1. Andrew Riddle February 16, 2018 at 9:45 pm

    The true overall goal for me during the eight week transformation would be to learn more about nutrition and how to use that knowledge to maintain a healthy lifestyle during a busy schedule and still enjoy good foods. This way of eating could be a guideline for the whole family and we could learn healthy habits together.

    Also to learn about a program and stick with it. I feel I sometimes start a program and then walk away from it before giving it a chance and to see change. I need to learn to enjoy the journey more and accept and embrace the ebb and flow that comes with these journeys. I am ready to find a program and stick with it to the end and reap the rewards! It is time to grow and change!

    Plus it won’t hurt to see how my body changes and reacts to the nutrition and workouts

  2. Brennen borges February 16, 2018 at 9:49 pm

    My goal is to lose the body fat I have and turn it into lean toned muscle because I have never been fit and in shape my whole life and I want to show my wife and my son that I can get to that point in my life

  3. Sara Douglas February 16, 2018 at 9:53 pm

    So, as you know, I have participated in one of your True8 programs already but I am ready to take my fitness to another level. I want to become leaner and gain more muscle mass. I don’t necessarily want to lose more weight but if I do it’s a win win for me! ? My dream goal would to become fit enough for a competition but not actually participate in one. I just want to feel more comfortable in my body. I want to learn how to eat better too. By this I mean learn how to really calculate out my meals to achieve my goals. I don’t feel like I have this pegged right now and I want to learn. I really want to complete at least one unassisted pull up by the end of the year. I don’t know why this bothers me so much, I just cannot seem to get there. My upper body needs strengthening I know and I am all about working on it! Summer is fast approaching and I want to be ready!? Thank you for the opportunity to join the True8 program again!

  4. Jason Durant February 16, 2018 at 10:03 pm

    After being stuck lately I want to get a jumpstart at getting leaner before summer!

  5. Rudy J. Sias February 16, 2018 at 10:07 pm

    The one goal I would like to achieve in the next 8 weeks is to lose more fat. I would like to release around 75 lbs. My goal is to be at 200 lbs, I am currently at 279 lbs, and also within these 8 weeks gain the knowledge and understanding to be successful ongoing with health and fitness. Also to be a motivation to others that are struggling. The body parts I am going to work on are: core, chest, shoulders, arms and legs. The exercise I would like to eventually get good at and conquer is squats, I had a knee injury about 20 years ago and being close to 500 lbs did not help in my recovery. Despite of having a busy schedule, I would like to be able to incorporate an exercise regime to be effective and be able to continue doing what I am currently doing with my busy schedule. Areas in my health I would like to improve is knowing what is best to eat and what supplements to take to continue being successful in all aspects of health and fitness. I am excited to see what I can accomplish in the next 8 weeks, if I am chosen I am ready to prove how bad I want this and am willing to do whatever it takes to get there. My 16 week goal would be to apply in the first 8 weeks and apply it for continuous improvement and work on gaining muscle since I will be at my goal weight. Thx!

  6. Jake Vrbka February 16, 2018 at 10:14 pm

    I would love to have 8 weeks of the True8 program! I’ve wanted to do it for awhile, but I don’t have the money. My 8 week goal is to lose weight and get in shape. I want to lose by beer gut, and look better naked. Not for anyone else, but for myself. I also need to lower my cholesterol and I feel going through the program would help me achieve that by setting me up on a plan, and sticking to it. The biggest problem I’ve had with losing weight is the motivation. Having a team behind me to be accountable to would give me the motivation I need to kick start my life, lose the weight I need, and gain the confidence I’ve been lacking. Thanks for the opportunity!

  7. Kristi M February 16, 2018 at 10:47 pm

    I want to perform faster and stronger in my job as a firefighter/paramedic. I’ve had some shoulder injuries I’m coming back from and I have to be in phenomenal shape for those that I serve.

  8. Josh Mellman February 16, 2018 at 10:50 pm

    If I could achieve one goal in the next 8 weeks, it would be to develop a consistent habit of eating right that I could stick to for life. To be more specific, I would meal prep once a week, I would eat 85 percent healthy food, and I would limit binges to no more than once per month.

    I’ve heard that the True 8 Challenge is the best online health & fitness program on the planet, and I am ready to take action to meet my goal. I know that with the right tools and accountability, we can make this happen.

  9. Geoff k. February 16, 2018 at 10:56 pm

    My son needs a healthy dad who will inspire him every day to live life fully.

    That’s all the reason I need.

  10. Dustin Hahn February 16, 2018 at 11:40 pm

    My goal is, and always will be, to be the best version of myself. This requires me to always be moving forward in a positive direction. A very important part to be the best version of myself is wellness, achieving equilibrium in my body. I know TRUE8 helps people do this through fitness and nutrition.
    My goal in the TRUE8 will be to build more healthy lean muscle. I know this will help me achieve a higher level of fitness to better do all that is required of me as a man, husband, and father.

  11. Curt February 17, 2018 at 1:07 am

    To be honest, I know I have some cans in the cooler. I would like to learn to more effectively melt the ice so I can see so 6 of an.

    I don’t think you have to Keto and all that. It just isn’t that difficult. But I do tend to stall. I’d like to.see my BF% drop a few points without sacrificing strength.

    I’d like to look good naked and add tools to the toolbox to keep it that way.

  12. Eric Jenkins February 17, 2018 at 1:24 am

    Deciding what my 8 week goals is what is hard. I am a Highland Athlete, so strength is a big concern, especially since my season starts next week! I want to lean down, while losing minimal muscle and strength. Size for me is not an issue, add I am a big guy to begin with!

    I know that losing any type of weight will affect my strength, so following a plan that is effectively going to minimize strength loss and lose fat is my ultimate goal. I am trying to set a good example for my family and coworkers, as I have already lost some weight. Now I’m just fine tuning. The plus side is that my co-workers are following my example and Dionne have already started writhing to change their lifestyle!

    I don’t want to disappoint them, yet I want to continue mmt journey for me! I will go ahead and say that my second goal is to see others succeed! I have begun my journey and I am doing well! I believe someone OTHER than me deserves this chance to better themself!

  13. Danny Haas February 17, 2018 at 2:15 am

    I am a 45yr old father of two boys,one is an active 16yr old and the other is a more active 2yr old. My goal is to try and keep up with these two. I would love to lose about 20lbs and if I would happen too gain a little muscle and energy in the process that would be great. I hope you choose me but if you don’t I appreciate the opportunity to tell my story.

  14. Tammy webster February 17, 2018 at 4:31 am

    The accountability is the key for me! To be in such a group that I report to, not just a coach or group of coaches but the true 8 family that I know is encouraging me also.
    My goal is weight loss, but also overall health so I want to be strong too. Mental health is a big factor in the workouts , because they are tough, if you can mentally do them then it helps with other things in your life.
    Honestly I can’t afford programs, I am single after 28 yrs of marriage and now care for my 91 yr old Mom as well. The program has been key to me feeling like I’m
    Not alone and have a support.
    Learning about over all health not just exercise has helped me know that I have to combine all elements to reach my goals.

  15. Jessica Vaughan February 17, 2018 at 7:41 am

    2017 was a rough year for me in terms of my relationships with food, exercise and most importantly my body, mainstream body building is a bitch. I really want to start the journey into intuitive eating and I know the best advised way to start is with tracking, however I have such bad memories of tracking. Even though I’ve rebuilt my relationship with food, exercise and my body I want to really tune in my eating and not be ‘afraid’ to play with macros or different strategies like fasting in the future, so the next 8 weeks I want to use nutrition science paired with tracking and intuitive practices to continue to build in my positive relationship with food and my body.

  16. Chris Rivera February 17, 2018 at 9:08 am

    I started my weight loss journey one year ago. In that year, I managed to lose over 75 pounds which has been one of my biggest accomplishments so far. The only bad thing was that I lost plenty of muscle during the process, and that’s because I never had someone telling me what I was doing was wrong. So, I want to be a part of this 8 week transformation in order to learn more about building muscle and lose belly fat, which I still have. I also want to learn about meal planning.

  17. Charlotte February 17, 2018 at 9:36 am

    My 8 weeks goal is to gain more muscle. I’ve always been slim but putting weight on I feel my body is not in proportion as I have gained around my middle but my arms and legs are still tiny. I would like to feel comfortable again by loosing that small amount of weight from my middle but gaining muscle everywhere else. My main goal overall is to feel better about myself. I want to feel comfortable again in anything I wear and feel fitter and healthier. I am more motivated by wanting to feel healthier and happier than what’s just in the mirror. At the moment I go to the gym but see minimal results which I think is due to not knowing exactly what I’m doing and having minimum knowledge on nutrition. As my job involves a lot of moving heavy equipment for me overall strength is important. My glutes, quads and back are my main muscles I hope to improve to help me feel better about myself.

  18. Brad February 17, 2018 at 9:59 am

    I want to become more defined around my chest and waist. I’m not over weight by any means but just want to get over the hump

  19. Elissa N February 17, 2018 at 1:22 pm

    My goal is to lose body fat. I lift regularly and do cardio but still haven’t reached where I want to be. I am a personal trainer and sometimes feel that the way my body looks discouraged clients to work with me because I don’t have the typical “Instagram fit chick” look. I know that being a bit leaner would make my confidence soar and that is really why I am hoping to be picked for the 8 week challenge!

  20. Jerome Hill February 17, 2018 at 5:39 pm

    I just want to continue fighting Father Time every step of a way. I’m a 46 year old teacher who really enjoys working out and being in the BEST shape of my life. My goal is to have abs…just always wanted a six pack and I really eat pretty healthy but it’s a struggle. Continued blessings to you and hoping to have the opportunity to be in your 8 week program….????

  21. Jason February 17, 2018 at 7:35 pm

    I’d like to lose weight, tone up, improve my health.

  22. Marlon February 17, 2018 at 7:36 pm

    My goal is to get more lean and to win a fitness competition coming up. I’m a personal trainer and I want to be the product not just delivering it. I reached a Plato in my fitness and need to break it

  23. Philip stagg February 17, 2018 at 7:37 pm

    I just turned 40 and I’m a single father of a 3 yr old son and a 5 yr old daughter. My goals are to lose weight and imove my overall health so I can be around as long as possible for my kids.

  24. Joey O'Neill February 17, 2018 at 7:43 pm

    I want drop body fat and start toning up for the summer. I want more energy to play with my son and not be tired. And being a single dad I’m always up against the clock so I need to be organized in my approach as not to waste time. Thanks Josiah love your programs!

  25. Andy February 17, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    I am about 9 weeks away from a trip to Mexico. I’d like to be in great shape for that trip.

  26. Adam Drummond February 17, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    I want to continue my journey in weight loss journey by working to expand my ability to move into a steady rhythm of exercise. I spent the first six weeks focusing on nutritional changes and want to go to the next step. Being a family of five, I want to model ways to be successful.

    I’m hoping to lose an additional 10 pounds and have fat transform to muscle.

  27. Mark Rogers February 17, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    My goal is to be the best I can be I’m turning 40 this year and would love to have a six pack for it.i want to show to my children if you want something enough you can get it. I have been thinking about it and doing some exercise on and off for a year, so I’m stronger than I have ever been. But when I look in the mirror its not what I want to see. I love the idea to be able to preform perfect pull ups and do the human flag. Thanks for the opportunity

  28. Alex Blauvelt February 17, 2018 at 7:48 pm

    My 16 week goal is to get down to 10% body fat. I am going to be a new father in August and I want to make sure that I am there to provide for my family. I have had some posture issues and I want to correct those issues and live a healthier lifestyle and be there for my family.

  29. Raymond Carranza Jr February 17, 2018 at 7:55 pm

    My goal is to gain muscle. I would like to focus on chest and his biceps. My biggest struggle is nutrition and could use some tips.

  30. Ron Modro February 17, 2018 at 7:57 pm

    I’ve lost the weight I wanted to lose, but have not made the muscle gains I want to make. My goal is to strengthen and grow muscle that atrophied while I was overweight. Reduce joint pain and create noticeable definition, and improve my overall health as an older man

  31. Michael Kemp February 17, 2018 at 7:57 pm

    My goal would to get in overall great shape, lose about 5 to 7 pounds, and to gain enough strength to do 10 pull ups. I want to learn how to live a healthy life, not just diet for a few weeks, I want it for the rest of my life!

  32. David Lawson February 17, 2018 at 7:58 pm

    My goal is to gain muscle mass, as much as possible, as fast as possible. Cutting is easy for me. Building is the hard part.

  33. Dave Peters February 17, 2018 at 8:02 pm

    My goal is to lose my stomach fat and these love handles. Build my chest,arms,legs and butt and to have definition and look good, naked. While combining a healthy diet.

  34. Miguel Loayza February 17, 2018 at 8:13 pm

    I have 2 goals, continue to eat healthy and continue to lose weight to prevent recurring injuries. Every time I get on a routine of working out, I reach a point where I train too hard and exacerbate an old injury (mainly my right knee), or irritate a hernia. So I take a few days off (or sometimes a week), well in those few days, even though my daily caloric intake stays close to my goals (macros is another story), I seem to lose all my gains. So yes I need help, but more in alternate workouts to strengthen my knees. Nutritionally I’ve made it a habit to track everything. I want to do the True8 challenge again to help me stay accountable to myself.

  35. Gary Breidenbaugh February 17, 2018 at 8:18 pm

    My Gödel is to gain at least 20lbs, more if possible. I haven been 160 lbs since i left Marine Corps active duty in 1991. I have crohns disease and diabetes that didnt occur until age 40, im 49 now. The diet for these 2 diseases counteract one another so I do best I can to modify them both into what I can handle, my A1c is 5.9 so im doing something OK, but not gaining any weight or a small amount if when I eat bear size meals of hamburger, streak, chicken,Burger King, ice cream, whole milk, ect. The protein shake I consume daily is made up of ice cream, peanut butter,2 eggs, oatmeal, whole milk, Oatmeal, and 2 scoups of muscle milk protein powder!!! Still, only 130-240# even taking in 3500 calories and 200+ grams of protein daily and amino acids on the side, it frustrating!I just got divorced so I only have them to work out with, but I do 3-4X a week to exercises I find online that looks like the would work best and walk for cardio 2-5mi every day. So if your plan can help me reach my goal I would be forever indebted. If you have the time and a plan, I have the disuse and Cisalpine!

    • Gary Breidenbaugh February 17, 2018 at 8:22 pm

      Im sorry, I meant goal in line 1 and 130-140#, not 130 to 240#! Typos.

  36. GMG February 17, 2018 at 8:21 pm

    Hmm…I’m not to concerned about my diet to much..my stomach is a bottomless pit?
    I’ve always had a fast metabolism. And at 54 feeling like 40 is a plus! Im about the same size as I was in high school..Loosing my girl that meant the world to me didn’t help? The stress the anxiety even took its tole on not putting weight on this body.. Not having a big bone structure doesn’t help but, I invested in some Body Fortress and doing the best with what I have in this farm community..not a Golds Gym around here? Ive read on how to get your ex back is by making change to better myself…I figure Ild try to work out, I could use an extra 30 lbs and some mass!! And if come the day my ex see’s me, and we didn’t get back together? I can say that I made a change for myself and to her it be..how do you like me now???

  37. GMG February 17, 2018 at 8:37 pm

    Actually..Ild like to see myself get transformed.I’m 54 and feel like 40..I want the works..the arms the last, chest delts, etc..for me its about bettering myself and get my woman back!! I have a fast metabolism..I can eat nearly anything..I nearly am the same size as I was in high school..I can use an extra 20 lbs of lean muscle

  38. Troy February 17, 2018 at 9:10 pm

    I’m 57 and would like to get back in shape. Have been looking at joining a gym.

  39. Dennis February 17, 2018 at 9:54 pm

    The first part of my goal is the impact that having the discipline to complete an 8 week program has on the rest of my life – increased energy, mood, productivity and engagement.
    The second part of my goal is to start building some definition. I have dropped 25 pounds and now want to start building a some muscle.

  40. Dennis Maney February 17, 2018 at 10:00 pm

    I want to gain muscle but while maintaining a healthy body fat percentage. I’m learning how balance my diet but there’s currently a huge learning curve. I’ve track my food intake for the last couple of weeks looking for patterns and areas where I can make changes. I’ve been sharing this with my son and he’s actually been very interested. I look forward to helping him learn what I’m struggling to learn now.

  41. Nick Arcuri February 17, 2018 at 11:14 pm

    After a back injury and going through a divorce. My goals are to drop a total of 70 pounds and get back to 190 and less then 14 percent body fat. In the next 8 weeks, I want to put a huge dent in that goal. I would like to lose at least 30 pounds in the next 8 weeks.

  42. Mandy Ford February 18, 2018 at 1:52 am

    We have spent the last year fighting for our 11 year old daughter’s survival. She has a brain tumor and has experienced emergency surgery for hydrocephalus, brain surgery, chemo, another brain surgery (craniotomy) and more chemo. We were recently told she would need radiation and we asked for a second opinion, hoping to spare her from the long and short term effects of radiation. We received that opinion this week and are restarting chemo on Monday.
    Throughout this journey, I have been her primary caregiver and the one to take her to all of her appointments and chemo. I lost my job before she was out of the hospital the first time and haven’t had a paying job in almost a year. 2017 was a rollercoaster on so many levels (if I told you everything we experienced, you wouldn’t believe me!) My husband and I participated in a True 8 in July but it was hard to keep on the plan and activities while Gabby was in the PICU. I have had depression for as long as i can remember and have gained 20+ pounds from the stress and depression of every this past year.
    I have finally realized that it’s not enough to just take care of Gabby and the rest of the family – I have to take care of myself too. After being on the verge of a nervous breakdown, I went to the doctor and got back on an anti-depressant so I can at least function. I am calling the dentist this week for a check up (put it off due to cost and what they might find). I have made the conscious decision to not by double stuf Oreos (my favorite and my nemesis) and even when we have had them, I didn’t eat any. We have made the choice not to buy any soda to have at home and am trying to limit when we are out as well. We are limiting snacks and have cut back on processed foods in an effort for everyone to eat healthier. Last fall, my husband, our 14 year old, 5 year old and myself completed a 5k (the 5 year old and I walked it mostly and it took us an hour but we finished it!. I have been to the gym a few times but felt like I lacked direction and focus. If I could have one goal for those 8 weeks it would be to loose weight (I’d like to wear jeans again and not feel like I could be mistaken for pregnant) and create the foundation for a more fit lifestyle, for myself and my family.

  43. Luis February 18, 2018 at 2:36 am

    30 pounds

  44. Jon February 18, 2018 at 3:32 am

    I’m about to move back in with my wife after a brief 2 month separation. My goal is to maintain my work out schedule and continue losing body fat.

  45. Tina Lasica February 18, 2018 at 1:07 pm

    I’m turning 40 this summer, and I want to feel great! I need to work on my strength and mobility and also stop eating for comfort.

  46. TIFFANEY GUERRERO February 18, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    I use to weigh 435. Currently at 185 and size 12. I was mentally,emotionally,physically abused most of my adult life until last july. Im ready to do me for the forst time in my almost 49 uears of life. I take care of everyone but me and i wNt to change that. I adopted 6 special needs kids and need to get me back.

  47. Katelynn Sorenson February 18, 2018 at 4:12 pm

    We are being given a chance to go to California in June. I want to be able to walk around confidently in a bikini! I want to add some lean muscle mass. I have been working toward improving myself for a while now. I am currently working two jobs, so it can be easy to try to justify skipping the gym. The accountability of the group prevents this! I would love to see the results I can obtain with this program!

  48. michael kinar February 18, 2018 at 4:57 pm

    hey josiah! great stuff here watching my buddy tom rebstock’s transition.
    me- 46 yrs 150lbs 5’10… always had this vision of 180 and cut.
    i was 163 a year ago but had some medical complications tjat shut me down. i am trying to put weight on, and in the last six weeks managed 2 lbs. I am a heavy duty mechanic , walk anywhere from 10-15,000 steps a day. i have found that my “ tut” when working has dropped drastically and even muscle definition when looking in the mirror.
    my son and wife are on the heavier side ( much)… and its my fault….. i need to learn and lead my family back to the ski hill
    keep rockin this fantastic quest your on!!!

  49. Ani February 18, 2018 at 5:15 pm

    I want to get down to 18 per cent body fat. Love working out and am dedicated, just get confused with best diet and at a plateau. Want to lean out and lose excess body fat. Bit restricted as on a more pesticarian diet. This guidance would be great. Current body fat is around 24 %

  50. Calvin February 18, 2018 at 6:06 pm

    Am skinny fat i have tried working out without seeing any changes I really don’t know wat to do
    So my goal is to gain more lean muscle and lose the skinny fat body type.

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