MAN v FAT editor Andrew Shanahan was asked to discuss men and weight loss on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour programme. You can hear the interview below, let us know what you think! If you’d like to join a MAN v FAT Club then you simply take our free Health Report and we’ll let you know when a Club starts near you.
Name: Graham Waugh (ask him anything on Talk) Height: 5’11” (180.3 cm) Job: seeking funding to start a gym for the obese and super obese. Age: 45 Location: Luton Highest weight: 728 lbs (330.2 kg) Lowest weight: 280 lbs (127 kg) Hi Grahan, it must feel like a dubious honour being Britain’s fattest man? When they had a programme on the TV about Britain’s fattest man he was around 50 stone and I was 52
Exerceo is a new electric muscle stimulation training that is gaining favour among those in the know. We sent Martin Dixon along to test it out and give us the view on whether it’s suitable for bigger guys. *********** Without knowing anything about it, even the term “fat electrocution” filled me with equal parts dread and excitement. My assumption being that I would either arise like a svelte butterfly from
When it comes to your health and your weight, you know where you are with numbers. It’s all there in black and white, no room for ambiguity. Take waist size. I know my waist measurement so, in theory, I should be able to enter a shop, select a pair of jeans and leave the premises adequately re-trousered in five minutes flat. Except it’s not quite so simple. In Gap I’m a
Stand-up comedian and MAN v FAT member Freddy Quinne is currently challenging himself to a no-gym weight loss experiment. Rather than spending £30 per month on a gym, he’s spending the same budget on an alternative healthy device. This month he’s spent his cash on a pedometer. The Chinese philosopher and founder of Taoism Lao Tzu once said “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”. With
I’d like to make you an offer you can’t refuse, I want you to join the MVFIA. Don’t worry, no one’s sleeping with no fishes – MVFIA simply stands for MAN V FAT Insane Accountability. It’s a new, 30 day experiment that is designed to help you achieve your weight loss goals. Don’t worry, it doesn’t involve sending off for expensive equipment or giving yourself aloe vera enemas. It’s actually pretty
Name: Julian Kirkman-Page (ask him anything on Talk) Job: Sales Director for City of London based IT company and author of ‘I Don’t Drink!’ Height: 6′ (182.9 cm) Age: 58 Location: Selsey, West Sussex Highest weight: 210 lbs (95.2 kg) Lowest weight: 177 lbs (80 kg) We’re thrilled to speak to Julian who we found through the excellent www.joinclubsoda.co.uk because he’s made the change that a lot of us think of: he’s given up drinking.