My name is Blue. I’m a US ARMY veteran, husband, father of three, and fitness coach with a love for helping others; which is the driving force behind my personal Blueprint to happiness.
Join me and let’s build your Blueprint to happiness!
Hi! My name is Blue. I’m a US ARMY veteran, husband, and father of three with a love for fitness. My love for fitness actually started in the military. Being in a combat MOS (13 series) and constantly being on the move, I quickly learned that taking care of my body was going to be super important. Post-military, my love for fitness didn’t falter. It blossomed into a life choice where holistic health and well-being were the driving force behind my personal Blueprint to happiness.
So, why are we here?
GFwB is an international brand created to help you build your health and fitness Blueprint to happiness. We’ll set the foundation for your Blueprint which will include encouraging self-love, long-term physical health, body positivity, better food choices, and purpose.
So if you’re ready, join “Team Blue” and let’s build your Blueprint to happiness!
The commitment to holistic health begins in the mind.
Here at The Blueprint, we believe in self-actualization. Meaning, we believe that if you can see it, you can do it.
We also believe in self-love and protecting your mind and body from anything that does not bring you happiness.
The literal definition of fitness is the condition of being physically fit and healthy, and that’s what we’re all here to obtain. To help you with making that a reality, the GFwB workouts will help get you well on your way to being more fit.
We’ve all heard, “You can’t outwork a bad diet.” The reason why we’ve ALL heard it is because it’s 100% accurate.
What you put in your body is arguably more important than any exercise. Doing things like adding extra sugar to meals, not paying attention to the amount and types of fat you consume, avoiding vegetables, not getting your daily recommended amount of vitamins and minerals, completely avoiding or overloading on carbs, not drinking enough water, eating too many processed foods, and “dieting” instead of making a lifestyle change that involves better food choices are all inhibitors to good nutrition.