Well the other day Brian posted some artwork on Facebook and I was blown away that he drew them! No offense Brian 😉 So after I talked with him, I said I would post some of his work on The Fit Dads since I know we have a lot of sports fans here. He does more then sports drawings, but figured that is what most here would appreciate. Check out some artwork below. If you want to get in touch with Brian you can get him on Facebook here… https://www.facebook.com/brian.condron.98 or shoot him an email here… bcc223 @ yahoo.com
Here was some info from Brian about what he does, the time it takes, and cost…. “The majority of what I do are pencil drawings. I prefer sports art, but draw portraits, pets, houses, landscapes, etc. I’ve been fortunate enough to work with the philadelphia flyers wives carnival, philadelphia eagles youth partnership, jimmy Rollins basebowl tournament & the philadelphia phillies “Phanatic around town” project to name a few.
Depending on the size of the piece it’ll take me 5 hours or so. My latest commission took me approximately 20 hours.
The cost varies as well. The size, subject & time all play a factor in cost.”
Hey welcome to The Fit Dads!
My name is Chris Azzari and I started the fit dads with Ken & Mike to keep us accountable and in shape! There is nothing better then having a group of friends keeping each other accountable. Our goal is to help other dads either get in shape or stay in shape. We all know we want to keep up with our kids ;-)
Anyways you can read more about The Fit Dads here....
A little about me...
I am a 34 year old father of two boys. Maxwell "3" & Westin "9 months". My wife Stefanie is a stay at home mom and keeps busy running those two rug rats around ;-) She also stays in shape by working out.
I have always been an active guy. In high school I played sports all year long, ate whatever I wanted and had tons of energy. Of course as I got older, went to college that all started to slack. I always made sure I was somewhat active and would hit the gym here and there, but my diet was horrible as most college guys are. At 6'3" I was always able to carry an extra few pounds and still look OK, but feeling OK was a different story.
It all changed...
Up until 2010... actually wait let me rewind for a second here. Back in 2001 I actually tried my first Beach Body program which was called Power 90 "it was on VHS ;-)". This was the prequel to the famed P90X. I did not know much about BeachBody or Tony Horton back then. All I knew was I did this workout for about a month and I felt great! The spring was back in my step and I was feeling good. Of course I slacked...
For the next 9 years I would be in "Gym Limbo"... you know aimlessly walking around the gym and not really having a plan or actually following through. Barely even breaking a sweat sometimes. Of course it was better then nothing, but I was never really getting the results I wanted. At one point I was 252 pounds, the most I have ever weighed. Nowadays I am usually around 220-225.
OK back to 2010... I saw the Insanity commercials and said hey I remember the Power 90 workout and this looks way more intense. My first son was just born and it was hard to find time to get to the gym let alone workout, so I figured this will save me time and money. I decided to take the challenge. All I could say was wow! I was getting the workout of my life. I was so sore the first few weeks, but I felt great.