Episode 15 Adam Gilbert on The Psychology of Diet and Weight Loss

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Adam Gilbert, a nationally recognized health, fitness and motivational expert and trainer, is the Founder and Chief Body Tutor of MyBodyTutor, a company he created to help people stop making excuses when it comes to health and fitness, by providing daily and personal accountability like no other company in the world.

Adam is regularly featured in the national media as: Good Morning America, U.S. News & World Report, Conde’ Nast Publications, Shape Magazine, Inc. Magazine, AOL.com, Time.com, MSNBC.com, Yahoo.com, Mashable.com, Huffington Post, Thrillist, and countless other national media. He has been a featured guest on over a dozen major radio stations throughout the country.

He is a syndicated author on topics ranging from recognizing business opportunities, customer service, marketing and following your passion to nutrition, exercise, discipline and motivation. He writes a regular column for a Conde’ Nast publication where he is the current resident health and fitness expert. Adam was named a 2008 ‘Millenial Leader’.

Prior to starting his latest venture, Adam worked at Ernst & Young for two years in the hedge fund and private equity practice, where he realized first hand just how easy it was to make excuses. Adam felt that life was way too short to not love what you do and combined his life-long passions of health and fitness, helping people and writing and married it with entrepreneurship to create his dream company.

To find out more about Adam, you can visit his website MyBodyTutor.com


Do you struggle maintaining a diet, nutritional program and exercise plan? Adam Gilbert and I discuss the psychology of diet, food, weight loss and exercise. Adam shares some useful tips that help his coaching clients stay on point with their diet and exercise programs.

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