So according to this article…
Bob from “The Biggest Loser” is all about Crossfit and implementing it in all of his team’s training for this season of the show. I haven’t watched it even though I applied for it several years back before starting Crossfit and Paleo (never told anyone that) but I plan on trying to tune in this season. If your goal is weight loss then send me an email or Facebook and I will forward you all the diet information I have built up over my 100+ lb loss journey.
Check out this interview that Bob just did, courtesy of MadeMan.com:
“For seven years, trainer Bob Harper has whipped overweight couch potatoes into svelte-er specimens on NBC’s The Biggest Loser (Tuesdays, 8/7c) creating a fitness empire for himself that includes books, DVDs, supplements and speaking engagements. Now the Nashville native returns for the show’s twelfth season, joined by new trainers Dolvett Quince and Anna Kournikova and host Alison Sweeney. Looking for motivation and inspiration? Harper drops plenty of it here.
MM: What’s your daily fitness regimen? What’s your diet like?
BH: Right now I’m obsessed with Cross Fit. There is a place in LA called Brick, and I know that I’m gonna go into that gym and get my ass handed to me. I love to work out hard because it clears my head and makes me feel strong. I believe you should always push outside your comfort zone. I was a vegan for many years and have since switched to more animal protein like eggs, fish and some dairy. Every time I sit down to a meal, I’m looking for tons of veggies, and at night I cut out the carbs.
MM: Best fitness tip?
BH: Find something that you love to do and you will be more likely to stick to it. The bottom line is that for many people, fitness can be a chore but focus on how great you feel afterwards and know that you are doing something positive for yourself that has huge benefits!
MM: Any parting words of wisdom?
BH: I have a quote that I live by: “Believe in yourself. Trust the process. Change forever.” Sometimes life gets kind of messy, and that is the time when you are tested, that defines who you are. You have to know that you are doing the best you can in the day that you are in, and if for whatever reason you slip, there is always tomorrow.”