Nate Green is a writer, blogger, and self-proclaimed "hero in training". He's been featured in The LA Times, Men's Health, Men's Fitness, and has been a guest on top-ranked radio stations across the US and Canada.
He invites you to read this very short, very abridged timeline of his life. (He's kinda weird like that.)
1985 – According to his mom he was born with a "squished cone-shaped head." Aw shucks.
1990 – At the age of five, he got a base hit in his first T-ball game. Instead of running to first base, however, he started crying because people were clapping. Later that year, he signed up for karate lessons. Apparently he preferred kicking things.
1994 – Received his black belt in Tae Kwon Do after practicing 5+ days per week.(He also got really good at kicking things.)
1995 – 2002 – Played basketball, dated girls, covered sports for the local newspaper, and was essentially the only kid in a ski resort town who didn't ski.
2003 – Barely graduated high school with a stellar GPA of 1.4. (He was one of those "doesn't apply himself" kind of students.) Completed exactly one semester of community college before dropping out. Started working out in a local gym and decided he wanted to know everything about strength and performance.
2004 – 2006 - Disappeared into the gym and gained 40 pounds of muscle. Passed his personal training certification. Opened his own personal training studio, trained everyone from housewives to professional athletes, and set his sights on getting into magazines.
2007 – 2008 - Wrote dozens of articles for Men's Health, STACK, Men's Fitness, Maximum Fitness, and Testosterone magazine. Started blogging regularly at www.thenategreenexperience.com.
2008 – His first book, Built for Show, was released by Penguin publishing. He did a happy dance.
2008 – 2010 – Wrote over a hundred articles and blog posts and traveled a couple months out of the year.
Currently, Nate lives the life of his dreams and writes stories, articles, coaching lessons and whatever else needs to be written at Precision Nutrition.