Vinnie Tortorich

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Born
Vincent J. Tortorich

(1962-09-27) September 27, 1962 (age 59)
Donaldsonville, Louisiana
NationalityAmerican
CitizenshipUnited States
Occupation
  • businessman
  • author
  • podcaster
  • health and fitness expert

Vinnie Tortorich, born Vincent J. Tortorich, is an American businessman, author, podcaster, and health and fitness expert who promotes the 'no sugar no grains' (NSNG) lifestyle, a Low-carbohydrate diet way of eating.[1][2] Vinnie was born on September 27, 1962 in Donaldsonville, Louisiana.[3] He attended Tulane University, initially on a football scholarship.[4] He went on to serve as a strength and conditioning coach at Newman School, where he coached Cooper and Peyton Manning, among others.[5][6]

After moving to Los Angeles where he became a "trainer to the stars,"[7] Tortorich began a podcast around 2012 called the Angriest Trainer Podcast. It has since been renamed the Fitness Confidential Podcast.[8] Tortorich regularly appears on The Adam Carolla Show (podcast)|The Adam Carolla Show, among others.[5] He has founded three companies: Pure Vitamin Club, Pure Coffee Club, and NSNG Foods.[9][10][11]

Tortorich has written two books: Monty,[12] a successful children's book, and Fitness Confidential,[13] which tracks his life, including his ultra-cycling career, his battle with Leukemia which began in 2007, and contains his fitness advice, as well.[3] In 2019, he co-created and starred in his documentary, FAT: A Documentary, directed by Peter Pardini, distributed by Gravitas Ventures.[14] The documentary at one point topped the iTunes US charts for independent films, and was featured highly on other lists, as well.[15]

Tortorich began dating British actress Serena Scott Thomas in 2007.[16] They now reside in Virginia.[17]

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References

  1. "No Sugar, No Grains: Is This the Key to Long Term Health?". Huffpost.
  2. "Vinnie Tortorich: No Sugar, No Grains". Wellness Force.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Riviere, Kyle. "Vinnie Tortorich returns to Donaldsonville". Donaldsonville Chief.
  4. Moreno, Eric. "4th & Forever: Football gave Vinnie Tortorich a Pathway to Success". 4th-and-forever-football-gave-vinnie-tortorich-a-pathway-to-success.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Vinnie Tortorich". Adam Carolla.
  6. "4th & Forever". USA Football.
  7. "605: Vinnie Tortorich- Trainer of Playboy Playmates & Hollywood Stars". Scribd.
  8. "Fitness Confidential with Vinnie Tortorich". iTunes.
  9. "Home". Pure Vitamin Club.
  10. "Home". Pure Coffee Club.
  11. "Homepage". NSNG Foods.
  12. "Monty". Amazon.
  13. "Fitness Confidential". Amazon.
  14. "For Love or Money". 13 October 2019.
  15. "The top 10 movies on the iTunes Store". WTOP. 7 August 2019.
  16. "Serena Scott Thomas - Actress (Bond Girl)". Fascination Street. 26 February 2018.
  17. "Vinnie is Moving & Meal Prep - Episode 1435 • Vinnie Tortorich". 23 October 2019.

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