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Obi Obadike is a Celebrity Fitness and Nutrition Expert and the current Telly Award-winning TV co-host of a nationally syndicated health TV show called Lifestyle Magazine over the last 4 seasons. And he has won 3 Telly Awards associated with that show as a TV host. This show airs every week on the Hope Channel, Family Channel, NRB Sky Angel and other national faith-based cable network channels. The health TV show airs in many international different countries around the world. He is a nationally recognized celebrity fitness/nutrition expert who has graced the cover of over fifty fitness magazines and has written over 100 articles, making him one of the most published fitness experts over the past decade. He has graced more fitness magazine covers than any African-American fitness professional. He recently co-wrote a best-selling diet and exercise book with Hollywood TV Actor and movie star Morris Chestnut called TheCut. Obi has been featured on major national Daytime TV Talk shows as a co-author guest with Morris Chestnut such as Dr Oz, Wendy Williams, Rachael Ray, Kelly Live, Access Hollywood, ABC News Radio with Candice Williams, Home& Family, Steve Harvey The Chew, etc. He has been featured in mainstream fitness magazines such as Women’s Health, Shape Magazine, Muscle and Performance, Men’s Fitness, Muscle and Fitness and other domestic and international fitness magazines. He has been a fitness expert writer/columnist off and on for more than 8 different magazines and popular fitness websites over the last decade. In 2015 he was the co-host and co-judge on a fitness reality competition show, Sweat Inc. on Spike TV, which was also hosted & judged by Jillian Michaels & co-judged and co-hosted by Randy Hetrick, Founder & CEO of TRX. This show aired in the Fall of 2015. And in May 2016 it is aired in Europe, Belgium, and Netherlands on Spike TV. He has made national TV appearances as a nutrition and fitness expert on NBC’s Access Hollywood and Roland Martin’s TV NewsOne TV show as well as Fox Evening News, KTLA Morning News and other national and local TV shows. In January 2014 he was recognized by Dr Oz’s Sharecare.com as one of the Top Ten Most Influential Fitness Experts On The Web. He had a popular column called Ask The Ripped Dude for the largest fitness website in the world – bodybuilding.com – for 3 years. He was named Writer of the Year for Bodybuilding.com in December 2012. In May 2013 he was one of the lead fitness/health and wellness experts for the Turner Network’s Health and Wellness Entertainment brand called Upwave. He created exercise videos and health and wellness tips for their digital and on-air mediums. Those lifestyle videos were bought by WebMD and are now featured on their website and YouTube channel. Obi was a Top Division I collegiate track sprinter at Cal State Fullerton where he was the school record holder in the 100 and 200 meters & 400-meter relay. And he was an All-Big West conference performer two years in a row. He played basketball in High-school and college. He won sprinter of the year at Damien High School and co-athlete of the year and he then graduated from the school he was the 2nd fastest guy in the history of the school. He was also Co-Athlete Of The Year at the university and he holds B.A., B.S and M.S. university degrees. He holds a certification as a fitness and nutrition expert with the ISSA. In February of 2017, he was named Senior Executive Director of Health and wellness for the ISSA as well as an advisor to their presidential board. He is a weekly to bi-weekly regular health and wellness contributor on the Steve Harvey Morning national radio show. Steve's show is the #1 national syndicated morning radio in the country. His personal website is www.obiobadike.com and his Instagram handles @obiobadike, his twitter handles is obi_obadike and his facebook page is ObiObadikeFitness
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Commented: What are the best fat burning/core exercises?

First of all you can't burn bodybody fat doing abs exercises. There is no such thing as spot reduction. Have you ever heard? Abs are made in the kitchen. Eating clean healthy whole foods...

3 years ago in advice