In this episode of the Full Disclosure Fitness Podcast I discuss exercise, food, and celebrities with fitness writer and author James Fell!
James is a fantastic (and hilarious) writer for some of the leading publications and websites around today, including the Chicago Tribune, Chatelaine, the Los Angeles Times, and Askmen.
He’s also a certified strength and conditioning coach through the NSCA, has an MBA from the University of Calgary, and has written over a hundred articles for AOL as “The Fit Family Guy”. In other words, James knows his stuffz.
He runs two websites – sixpackabs.com, and bodyforwife.com – and he is releasing a book called Lose it Right: A Brutally Honest 3-Stage Program to help you Get Fit and Lose Weight Without Losing Your Mind. The book’s release date is April 1st (talk about a busy guy).
What makes James a great writer (and a great interview) is the fact that he pulls no punches – he truly tells it like it is.
Topics abound in this episode, but let’s just say we talk a lot about food, exercise, writing, and even James’ experience interviewing celebrities (he’s interviewed the Gunny from Full Metal Jacket, the cast of 300: Rise of an Empire and more).
More specifically in this episode you’ll find out:
Why “calorie burn” is the least important thing that exercise does.
The difference between a cheat ‘day’ and ‘meal’ & which you should implement.
Why depending on willpower might just get you in trouble.
What type of exercise is best for blunting the appetite?
The truth about “healthy” food vs. “junk” food.
The time of day you should work out to ensure you get it done!
Why some people are naturally “thinner” than others.
How being sick can actually cause you to gain weight.
And much, much more.
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