The 90-day program that teaches 110kg male executives how to become 90kg athletes. We have one mission: change for life.What is an Executive Athlete?
How Did I Get Here?
This isn’t just about executives’ expanding waistlines. No, this is about the decline of the executive. Perhaps most concerning is that the rate of this decline is accelerating.
In your hands you hold a Compass. The four points of the Compass correspond to the four elements of health that will make you an Executive Athlete.
A shared physical endeavour is an equaliser. It removes the hierarchy of parent and child. It exposes the real you to them and in turn your children to you. These are private moments of shared vulnerability and discovery. Memories I will carry with me forever.David Heine, Chief Operating Officer, eftpos
'The EA program taught me to focus on me. By focusing on me I was actually focusing on my family - I craved more energy to be at beach with my son and daughter. This required the discipline of routine in my meal planning and daily schedule. I needed to take back control. Losing 21kg was just part of that.'Andrew Whitehead, Creative and Managing Director, Devotion Digital
Discover your score in less than 10 minutes…
40 questions to increase the power of your gameFILL IN THE SCORECARD
Answer 40 YES/NO questions and get your scorecard.
Free of charge - no strings attached in less than 10 minutes.
Review suggested improvements - Once your score has been calculated, our system will produce a tailored report outlining specific actions to improve your score.
Executive Athlete is proud to be working with the top medical specialists, business leaders and healthcare providers in the country.
Sydney Mentor Team
Alcohol has powerful social connotations. The type of alcohol speaks in powerful ways about the nature of the moment. Severing our attachment to alcohol is difficult because it has become a way to convey a human emotion. Here you will discover how to navigate the use of alcohol like an Executive Athlete. Imagine celebrating a…
Every man’s favorite stories are of them in their prime. They re-tell them like they were yesterday. Ask them to compete and they will tell you that their best days are behind them. Or are they? The records of World Masters Athletes will show you that at 50 years old the body is willing to…
“Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I have ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything, almost all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure—these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.” —Steve…