Fatherhood by Micah Khan

Fatherhood is the most rewarding and fulfilling gift one can ever have. It is also the greatest responsibility given by God.  The decisions a father makes are no longer about self but about the legacy you choose to leave for your children and family. A father is called to protect his seeds and namesake everyday while instilling  them with values and morals that will develop the potential, purpose, and destiny for their lives that will be carried from generation to generation.  The challenge is great but there is no greater joy than  unconditionally loving another being you would die for.

Christopher Butler: Power of Positivity

Being a father means sewing the seeds for the future, and in those seeds lie the greatest hope for us all.

Recognizing the value of our health and consistently taking steps to improve and maintain that is one of the major points I focus on with our daughter. I used to weigh over 320 pounds but now participate in triathlons, so I see the short-term and long-term effects (mental, physical and emotional) of negative health if we do not take conscious steps towards improvement.

The Fit Fathers movement is so important in addressing these virtues and goes a step further in bringing us all together without boundaries to make life-enhancing decisions as a family. Kimatni Rawlins and the Fit Fathers family has taken the pride of fatherhood to the next level. Much like other dads around the world, I am PROUD to call myself a Fit Father!

Dominique Easley: Los Angeles Rams

I believe in loving a healthy, active and mentally stimulating lifestyle. Growing up in Staten Island, NY as a child, my Father, who is still a Drill Sergeant in the Marines, made sure  we were not the kids sitting in the house playing video games. We were active in all sports including basketball, football and even baseball. I am passing on the same kind of constructive, lifestyle habits to my sons.

Chris Culliver - NFL

I have always been a firm believer in physical activity and being in great physical condition. I mean, my body is my temple and also being in the NFL it pays my bills! Lol.  It’s like putting poor gasoline in a muscle car (which I love to drive by the way). The car will under perform. Well, the same goes for your body. I’m a firm believer in being a Fit Father and passing the same mentality to my daughter.

Bryce Turner

Bryce-Turner-Fit-FathersBeing a father has allowed for tremendous growth both personally and professionally. The first moment I saw my son’s eyes looking back at mine I was blown away by the instant connection and overwhelming love between us. All I wanted was to protect my child and make sure he was always safe. I could not wait to teach him everything I know and believe in.

Since that beautiful moment my wife Annika and I have had two more children. The two boys are 5-years-old and 4-months-old and the middle daughter is 3-years-old. Having three kids was a big decision for our family and I would be lying if I said it wasn’t challenging. Yes, being a Fit Father keeps you on your toes but there is nothing like coming home from a hard day and cuddling up with them all on the couch and watching a movie. They are growing up so fast and have become such great people already.  My daughter is the ‘boss’ of the family as well as my little princess. In every sense of the phrase she is “daddy’s little girl.”

It is amazing knowing that these kids came from us and that the love is so deep on many different levels. As a fitness professional I enjoy teaching them new things and watching them develop. I also love watching them grow and change into these intelligent, moving beings. Fatherhood has been the most rewarding aspect of my life and has made me a better man overall!


Bryce Turner, Co-Owner

Beach Fitness, Inc.

Beach Fitness Strength & Conditioning LLC.