Jimmy Duggan is an English Jockey from Hillingdon, Middlesex
He completed over 3500 races, winning 311.
1 in 10 mounts falls in a race, from a height above 5 feet at 30-35 miles an hour. Jimmy has between 400-500 falls in his career.
Jimmy is also a well known face on American television, as the voice of steeplechasing and the leading steeplechase analyst in the country on TGB which broadcasted to 51,000,000 homes through their affiliation with Fox.
Since retiring from the saddle, Jimmy has since moved to the United States where he has become a successful businessman, now married to his wife Jane (July 2003) with one daughter, Grace.
Intro. On horse racing, “Falling off” doesn’t really do justice to a rider and horse going down at 30 miles and hour. Being the voice of Steeple Chase in 51,000,000 homes. How many bones have you broken? 🙂
11:40 You made your living in an industry where your weight mattered more to your livelihood than perhaps any other. How important is weight management to a jockey? “The fattest jockey in England.”
12:40 How to lose 8 pounds in one day. Not recommended, sounds really sucky. But interesting to learn about anyway.
16:30 Becoming a weight loss expert and adviser.
18:30 Pounds and Inches Drops in conjunction with a calorie restricted diet.
19:50 The concept of “Rapid Weight Loss.” Pros and cons.
21:05 Rapid weight loss studies https://blog.dirobi.com/rapid-weight-loss-wins-slow-weight-loss/
21:56 no ill effects from rapid weight loss. Jimmy has helped hundreds of people successfully lose weight quickly.
24:30 the importance of daily weighing.
26:00 How to get the Formula 7 book free.
28:50 How to deal with hunger pains. Jimmy went 56 days on a 600 calorie diet with no hunger pains! (Also not recommended, but part of his story.)
34:10 Intro to the “tray diet.” A simple way to eat that doesn’t require calorie counting.
36:00 On the macros, getting Carbs, Protein and Fat right.
41:20 Comparison of English food to American.
45:20 Recommendation to The Marvelous Pigness of Pigs.
47:40 Let’s say a friend of yours tells you they have tried to lose weight many times before, unsuccessfully, and they REALLY want to lose 30 pounds. What advice can you give them that would give them confidence and help them be successful?