Future Amazing Loser – Adam Windass


It’s the same for everyone – before you become an Amazing Loser, by default you are a Future Amazing Loser. This week we’re speaking to Adam Windass (or Adamski as he goes by on the forums) to ask him about his weight loss, what he knows that trips him up, to share what he’s learned so far and find out what he’s planning to do next.

You can see Adam at his heaviest on the squash court picture above and on the right when he lost the weight before. It’s a frank and full discussion covering Quavers, emotional eating, what it’s like to hit target and then put the weight back on and why he’s struggled since giving up rugby. We should also point out that Adam’s getting married this weekend, so join with us in wishing him all the best as he gets spliced. Have a great day Adam and remember that we’re all here waiting to see you after the honeymoon…


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I'm Andrew Shanahan, I started MAN v FAT when I lost over 60lbs and realised that there was naff all help for men who wanted to lose weight.

1 Comment

  • Ben
    October 17, 2014

    Great interview Andrew I think your advice is awesome. I do think Adamski will achieve his goals, I also think he should give himself a bit of a break as well. As he can do it once he can do it again, but I just think rather than making it “hard work” he should slowly make changes to his lifestyle and diet that he can build into life long habits rather than working really hard losing the weight………… then as most people do they relax and then over about 2-3 years the weight is back again.

    What I’m getting at is the lifestyle that you can maintain that supports a healthy weight should be the goal, not losing weight. You have to monitor your weight (+/- your calories) as a measure of your success, but the lifestyle should be the goal as Andrew said.

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