By Rochelle Marapao
They may come rom dierent walks olie, but these nine men share a commonbond: they are all amazing, dedicatedand ft dads. Each has gone throughpersonal struggles and challenges thathave tested them, but each are proo that you can’t keep a good man down. Theirlove and commitment to put “amily frst”are true testaments to their character andwe’re proud to pay tribute to them!
Jeremy Woolman was a Top 25 Finalist in the 2012 MaxFormLie Challenge. But this 37-year-old husband and ather o ourbattled many personal struggles beore being eatured in amagazine. Early years o ast living led to heavy drinking andeating ast ood daily. At 29, a routine check-up revealed thatWoolman had high blood pressure and would have to takemedication or the rest o his lie. Obesity and high bloodpressure along with other serious illnesses are hereditary inWoolman’s amily. “I had to break the cycle,” he says. “Myamily is everything. I want to be around or them.”Woolman’s wie GiaVana encouraged him to turn to MaxMuscle or help. Dawn and Scott Hinsch o Max MuscleLongmont worked with Woolman to educate him on products,diet and exercise. He went rom 215 pounds to his currentweight o 160 pounds “The best quality a ather can have is tolead by example,” he says. “I hope what I’ve accomplished inbecoming healthier motivates my children and anyone whosestruggled with their health and ftness.”
Little known fact:
Jeremy played in a rock band or several years and today, playsthe drums or his church.
What is the best advice youcan give a new dad?
“It’s simple: Love your kids with all your heart, no matter what.”
Jeremy Woolman, 37
Married to GiaVana Woolman
Evan, 19; Breanna, 17; Terry, 13; Randy, 6
Plastic Molding Technician
Music and playing drums or his church
MM Home Base:
Max Muscle Longmont, CO