These exist? I would be worried about getting involved with some kind of cult, or ripped off by some self-help program shills if I went looking for one of these. However, by realizing that self-improvement is, somewhat ironically, not something that you can do alone, you are on the right track. Look for groups (plural) that let you do a variety of healthy activities with at least somewhat like-minded individuals. Don't worry if they're not all 14/88 either. Don't worry about "red-pilling" them either. If you play a sport with a group, they should be healthy individuals, playing a non-niggerball sport, with a focus on fitness and fun. If you're doing volunteer gardening or community beautification, don't be surprised if your group is mostly boomers and church-ladies. Just stay away from the pot-growing hippies and "community organizer" with blue hair. Get what I'm saying?
I would slow down though. Take your time to really assess your situation and what needs to be changed, then work on long-term plans and building habits to make it happen. Rushing and diving head-first into hardcore ascetism is the fastest way to burnout and relapse. Going to the gym everyday is also a great way to give yourself a sports injury and be stuck on your ass for a few months, putting those gains in the negative. Please update with a little bit more info about your current situation and what you are trying to do and maybe we can make some better suggestions.