Audie Award Finalist, Personal Development, 2014
America's Angriest Trainer, Vinnie Tortorich, exposes the nasty underbelly of the fitness industry while getting you into the best shape of your life. For over 20 years, Vinnie has been Hollywood's go-to guy for celebrities and athletes looking to get fit fast. Now, in this hilarious and often R-rated memoir, he holds nothing back. What's the best piece of fitness equipment money can buy? What's the fastest way to lose weight: diet or exercise? Why are health clubs worse than used car lots? In Fitness Confidential, Vinnie tells all. So get ready to get fit, get inspired and get the dirt with Hollywood's most outrageous personal trainer!
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Reading this book was honestly the best decision I have ever made. This was the first step that lead to a much healthier lifestyle and has gotten me closer to my weight loss goal than I have ever been before, I'm almost there and going strong. Thank you Vinnie
I have followed Vinnie podcast since the first episode. I haven't felt better in decades since adopting the NSNG way of life
Vinnie does an lays out exactly what you need to do to lose weight, live healthy and exercise right. His story is an amazing one and more than worth the read or listen. Highly recommended!
This book is not like anything I have read or heard before. Vinnie gives an education through experiences. Similar to Rousseau's Emile, Vinnie provides examples and stories with an emphasis on common sense, but with an Italian flair. Please check out the book. Definitely worth it.
Loved this book. I've never felt like an author was more personable. I feel like I could call Mr. Tortorich up, and hangout and he'd just be himself. There is a lot of language, but it just seems like he's just being himself rather than adding in language to make the book more "adult" or "hardcore." It's hard to find honesty and transparency these days with seemingly everyone doing and being anything and everything for money or fame.
Thanks for just being you, Mr. Tortorich, and being honest rather than being a puppet for the money and fame.
Hope you and Mr. Lorey write again.
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