Posts From Craig Morris

How to eat healthy at a garage foodcourt

We’re hearing from loads of you that one of the biggest pitfalls you face when trying to make healthy food choices is that your lifestyle or job often takes you to locations where these choices are difficult to find. From stays at travel taverns and boozy curries with clients to long-haul deliveries and nights on the hard-shoulder, many of us find it tough to fit in a healthy, square meal. 

Amazing Loser Meirion Towell

Name: Meirion Towell (ask him anything on Talk) Location: Amsterdam Job: Process management expert at a major international Dutch bank Height: 5’9 (182cm) Age: 44 Highest weight: 264lbs (120kg) Lowest weight: 169lbs (77kg) Plan: Calorie counting and Herbalife   How did you get to the position where you needed to lose that weight? Just not taking care of myself properly – drinking too much beer, not exercising, only eating takeaway food, skipping breakfast and overeating during the

Amazing Loser Mark Ludlow

Name: Mark Ludlow (ask him anything on Talk) Location: Northwood (Middlesex) Job: Personal Trainer and Life Coach Facebook Instagram Twitter  Height: 6′ (183cm) Age: 35 Highest weight: 329lbs (149kg) Lowest weight: 187lbs (85kg) Plan: Calorie counting* *The first 8 stone, I calculated my Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and just made sure that I was in a calorie deficit each day, eating healthily but not being very calculated with the types of foods I was having. The last 2 stone

Amazing Loser James Smith

Name: James Smith (ask him anything on Talk) Location: Vancouver, Canada Job: Social media specialist, blogger and photographer (Website, Twitter) Height: 5’8” (173cm) Age: 33 Highest weight: 266lbs (120.7kg) Lowest weight: 174lbs (78.9kg) Plan: Calories in vs. calories out, low carb and lots of exercise   How did you get to the position where you needed to lose that weight? Years of overeating, making excuses to avoid exercise or sports, eating junk because it tasted good and not

Who Do You Want To Be – Amazing Loser Tomas Kibsgaard Larsen

We all like to think we know how to eat sensibly and exercise right, but the diet plan and exercise tape industries are built on the fact that we often attribute our failure to lose weight unaided on our own lack of knowledge, or, more often, patience. It’s much easier to blame your failure on whatever plan you failed to follow and in fact, the truth is that many of