The Sensible Fitness Program (SFP) is MyFitnessRoad.com’s flagship resource.

SFP is the lifestyle I promote as the best possible long-term solution for people like Al, and those who are constantly pressed-for-time.

Why’s it the best solution?

Because the program is practical and highly-efficient – which also makes it far easier to sustain than conventional options allow.

I should know – I share similar challenges. Like yours, my life is also extremely busy.

Every. Single. Day.

Any conventional program would negatively impact other essential areas of my life, potentially eroding my natural ‘will’ to be consistent.

As a workaround, I believe that the only feasible way to success, health and fulfilment over the long-term – is via an intelligent, practical and commonsense approach.

When I roll those 3 adjectives into 1, I get the term: ‘Sensible.’ I’ve always felt that it’s the most suitable distinction in setting SFP apart from average run-of-the-mill fitness programs.

Here's a simple high-level comparison of:

What it isn't

COMPLEX
Higher-volume training

SCIENTIFIC AND HOPEFUL
Based on 'secrets'

UNSUSTAINABLE
Dictates your life

RESTRICTIVE
Employs 'dieting'

EXPENSIVE
Over-supplementation

RISKY TO POSSIBLY ILLEGAL
Performance, site-enhancement

What SFP is

EFFICIENT
Simple workouts

REALISTIC AND EFFECTIVE
Delivers results

LIFESTYLE-FRIENDLY
Complements your life

ENJOYABLE
Real food

COST-EFFECTIVE
No unnecessary supplements

100% SAFE, NATURAL
No drugs or enhancement


Considering these main components, how is SFP translated into daily living?

Well, let’s start by considering just a few of its advantages and benefits:

TOP 3 reasons for following the program

An efficient exercise plan. Workouts are short but effective.

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An enjoyable eating plan based on 'real' food. No restrictive 'dieting.'

A healthy, engaged and rewarding lifestyle. No social alienation.

If you relate to Al’s predicament, or you’re simply short on time and know-how – can you think of a more suitable fitness option?

If not, I’d encourage you to take a look.