Chris Walker: Fat-Burning Chef, Living Without Testosterone, and Why You Shouldn’t OD on Smart Drugs

The Fat-Burning Man Show with Christopher Walker

Today’s guest is Christopher Walker. He’s an elite tri-athlete, a brain geek (like me), a blogger, and (most importantly) a hot wing eating champion.

Before we get to the show, if you haven’t already heard, we have a very special announcement. We just launched a huge collaborative project among people in the real-food, slow-food, Paleo-sphere called “The Fat-Burning Chef.”

We got 20+ of the top bloggers and authors in the Paleo-cooking world together and created an eCookbook of some of their best recipes! Thousands of you have already grabbed a copy, and the feedback has been AWESOME so far!

You can head over and check out The Fat-Burning Chef, we are offering $20 off this week!


Discover how to drop fat with chocolate, bacon, and cheesecake. Plus: learn the 3 worst foods you should NEVER eat and the 7 best exercises for rapid fat loss. Click below to to claim your FREE gift ($17 value)!

So, on to the show with Chris where we talk about:

  • What it’s like to live without testosterone (and how you can regulate yours naturally).
  • What happens if you OD on smart drugs.
  • Why The Fat-Burning Chef is the best thing since sliced bread.
  • And how to be a hot wing eating champion.

Also, in case you are curious, here is the photo I mention in the show about the huge difference I experienced when I started Intermittent Fasting and burst training, versus my days as a marathoner:

The Fat-Burning Man Show with Christopher Walker

Here’s the show:



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  1. It always makes me laugh when a title is listed “male model”… it’s pretty obvious he’s male. 😉 And completely gorgeous!
    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE The Fat-Burning Chef!!!

  2. fabio santos says:

    Hey, is there a place for a lacto-ovo-vegetarian on this diet? I won’t eat animals. I break the rule with fish oil, but that’s as far as I decided to go.

    • It can certainly be done! The biggest challenge with choosing not to eat meats would be making sure to get adequate protein. So as long as you are paying close attention to that, and obtaining it from natural/whole sources (eggs, raw dairy, properly prepared beans/gluten-free grains), it is definitely something that can be done.
      – Emily, FBM Team Coach

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