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The MAN v FAT Podcast episode 13 – what does it take to become a champion?

In the penultimate episode of the year, we chat to MAN v FAT Football league winning captains Lew, Jon and Mike to find out what it takes to become MAN v FAT Football champions. We discuss what happens when the penny finally drops, why you should celebrate your weight loss and why every team needs a statto.  Listen to the episode on Soundcloud below, or click here if you can’t see

The MAN v FAT Football leagues launching in January

January holds a special place in the heart of any man who has ever wanted to lose weight – yes, it’s the month of New Year’s Resolutions and the signal of a fresh start. New Year’s Resolutions are notorious for er, not actually happening, with only eight percent of people actually keeping them. But we’re pretty confident that we can help you avoid becoming one of the 92 percent as we launch

Introducing MAN v FAT Football Extra Time

We’re thrilled to introduce MAN v FAT Football Extra Time! You (yes you!) do amazing things every day and we’ve seen incredible weight loss stories since we started the MAN v FAT website and MAN v FAT Football. We reckon that’s worth making a huge song and dance about – so we’re very excited this week to announce FOUR brand new ways we’re going to celebrate your weight loss. Introducing

The MAN v FAT Podcast – Episode 11 with the British Obesity Society

In Episode 11 we chat to Jane and Paul from the British Obesity Society about their work, discussing what makes the nation fat, how our eating habits have changed and chocolate vending machines in gyms.  or click here if you can’t see the Soundcloud widget And good news for anyone who doesn’t use Soundcloud as the podcast is now available on iTunes, hurrah! Subscribe here and leave us a review while

The surprising benefits of curry: The MAN v FAT Newsround 26th October

Football and curry – the perfect combination, am I right? From the MAN v FAT Football leagues Massive shout out to Strachan Football Foundation who have rather kindly donated shirts and shorts to MAN v FAT Football. SFF is a not for profit organisation priding themselves in providing the best education for 16 to 19-year-olds both on and off the pitch. With SFF students study BTEC educational programmes while also dominating