Vinnie Tortorich (born September 27, 1962), is an author, radio and podcast host, fitness trainer, and model based in Beverly Hills, California.
Diagnosed with leukaemia in July 2007, he continued to train for marathon cycling events. He has been in a long-term relationship with actress Serena Scott Thomas.
In 2012, he started the “Angriest Trainer” podcast with co-host Anna Vocino, who was best known for the self-improvised show “Free Radio” on Comedy Central. as a personal trainer is working with Hollywood celebrities and Ironman triathletes.
In July 2013 Vinnie released his second book called “Fitness Confidential“. The book was written with Dean Lorey and covers Vinnie’s career as a personal trainer, as well as his “no sugar no grains” approach to eating healthily.
Now, he is the creator of probably the world’s most natural vitamin pill which can be found atpurevitaminclub.com.
In this episode we talk about:
- His 3 balls
- His view on Leukaemia
- What is NSNG really
- How the view on what athletic means has changed over the years
- How the social economic status of people have dictated their diets
- The Vitamins on the market and the issues with them
- What its like to be married to a bond girl
Nutrition and Meal Plans
What foods to avoid
- Grains – Rice, wheat, bread
Nothing from a box
What foods to actively seek out
- Cauliflower Rice
- Almond meal
Vinnie’s fondest food memories
It goes back to 3-4 years old and having breakfast with Bacon, Eggs and Grits. Vinnie grew up eat deep fried catfish and frog legs.
He goes out everyday. Runs or cycles for an hour and a half.
Do you have a clean eating diet plan?
“Yes. I am on a No Sugar, No Grains diet”
Know more about Vinnie
Who would you love to have dinner with and where?
Vinnie’s granddad if he had to choose someone that has passed on. But, for people alive, he would like to have dinner with Howard Stern at his house.
Last meal on the planet?
Good southern fried chicken, southern fried catfish, really good onion rings, fried frog legs, Ruth Chris Steak sizzling, and a soufflé for dessert.