Me

Welcome! I’m Julian Hayes II, a Precision Health & Human Performance Coach, an Author, and writer for some of the world's largest publications.

I provide the tools to help executives and high performing entrepreneurs optimize their energy & performance without the guesswork by leveraging their genetics so they can become superhuman in life and business.

I want to have everything in life. I believe there’s nothing I can’t have.

I. Am. Limitless.

You too, can have everything in life. There’s nothing you can’t have.

You. Are. Limitless.

You can have it all. You can do what others deem as the “impossible.” You can be mentally, emotionally, and physically superior to the typical human being existing in the world today.

I’m here to help you unlock your human potential. To become superhuman in life and business.

My specialty is taking people where they currently are and providing them with the tools to get to where they ultimately want to go: the most enhanced version of themselves.

And this starts with optimizing your energy

Energy is your most valuable currency. Energy supplies optimal health, which is the connector for getting the highest results out of life. Pretend your health is the head of the octopus and the tentacles are the other facets of your life. Without the head, the tentacles aren't going to operate to their fullest capabilities.

With all of this said, I didn’t grow up drinking green smoothies or liberally pouring olive oil over my codfish. Genetic testing, qEEG’s and other human performance testing modalities sounded like science fiction. 

I had a shitty diet, was skinny, lanky, & weak, thought my potential was capped due to how I looked & where I was from. I thought for the longest that chronic illnesses, lethargy, decreased performance, aches & pains, and the standard idea of aging was a natural progression for everyone. 

However, thanks to chance encounters, comic books, paradigm-shifting mental models, and of course, women—I changed the narrative for my health, energy, and most importantly, my life.

And to this day, I have 1 simple question that serves as my north star: “How good can you get?”

I’ve been involved with the health and performance world for over a decade now from both an academic standpoint, and even more important, a real-world setting of working with actual humans—not merely theorizing concepts.

In addition to an masters obtained while in medical school for one year, I hold specialty certifications in nutrition, sleep science, and epigenetics. I have my own column at Inc Magazine where I’ve written over 150+ columns. You can see my articles on nutrition, sleep, energy management, performance & productivity, and building a mindset that’s a lethal weapon in Entrepreneur, Success, Chief Executive, Business Insider, The Chicago Tribune, MindBodyGreen, The Huffington Post, The Good Men Project, Bodybuilding.com, The Nashville Business Journal, Fox News, Addicted to Success, and numerous blogs.

I've also spoken and consulted with other small businesses on wellness and performance while occasionally appearing on television and being interviewed on numerous podcasts.

Daytime television show discussing my book ‘Body Architect'

When it comes to my approach to health, I’ve been exposed to many different types of philosophies and methods. This has enabled me to cross-pollinate ideas from a wealth of disciplines, combine and recombine them into pieces that seamlessly mesh with each other to create a world-class health and energy ecosystem.

I’m on a mission to provide the tools to help humanity’s executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders optimize their energy & performance so they will become superhuman in life and business; thus leading to them unlocking their human potential so they can forge an impactful (and deep) legacy upon society.

Other random facts you may like to know about me:

  • I aim for precision in everything.
  • Living in New York City for 1 year changed the entire trajectory of my life—best money spent I didn't have.
  • I left the pursuit of medicine behind after 1 year and a big part was due to meeting a random girl while drinking a Caipirinha—I forgot to ask for her number.
  • I love luxury and pretty things.
  • I didn’t have a salad until I was 20.
  • I’m either all in or all out—this has mostly been beneficial in my life.
  • I absolutely love salsa & kizomba—one of these days, I’ll be a lethal weapon on the dance floor.
  • I believe the standard idea of “aging” is a joke and living beyond 120 with fully functional health will be the norm sooner, rather than later.
  • While I have exquisite taste in music, my choice of movies isn’t that good.
  • My musical starting 5 that shapes my personality: Marvin Gaye, Jamiroquai, Earth Wind, & Fire, Lenny Kravitz, and Miles Davis