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John Romaniello

John Romaniello is an angel investor, New York Times bestselling author, and one of the most highly regarded experts in the fitness industry. He's has written for scores publications from Men's Health to Fast Company, and has been featured on TV a bunch of times, which makes him mom really proud. An advisor to over a dozen fitness and tech companies, Roman splits time between NYC and LA, and loves the New York Jets, unicorns, sarcasm, and writing about himself in the third person.
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John Romaniello4 days ago
Oh. Shit.

GUYS.

We are a just ONE WEEK away.

A mere seven DAYS until we get to wake up to a slew of posts from fitness professionals telling you exactly how they handled their thanksgiving feast.

How they didn’t stress. Didn’t count macros. Didn’t refuse a second helping of marshmallow yams. Didn’t offend grandma by turning down her famous pecan pie.

How they—as superiorly evolved human beings—heroically ingested food in the manner as most people do every day: without overthinking it.

How they AREN’T freaking out about it. How it’s just one day. How it’s TOTALLY okay. How it’s not going to affect progress.
And how they’re telling all the clients the same thing.

Valiantly explaining, with laudable patience, the virtue of setting aside for a single day the nutritional neuroses they’ve spent most of the year cultivating in those very clients.

Ah. I can taste the sweet, sweet sanctimony now—tastes even better knowing I can go back for seconds and not feel guilty about it.

Fuck, it’s going to be awesome.
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John Romaniello3 weeks ago
This actually happened.

A few things:
1. How can this possibly matter?
2. How can you ask this question without wanting to hurl yourself into Mt. Doom?
3. lolwut y tho

In all seriousness, while this is certainly the most ridiculous example I’ve experienced to date, this question and the motive behind it bespeak an issue that’s becoming more and more common.

Asking someone if anything is natural is an outward expression of insecurity. Someone else having something you don’t have makes you feel small, or jealous, or just weird.

Rather than confront that head on, many people try to strip the other of the positive quality by assuming it had to be ill-gotten.

While, again, in the case of eyebrows this is patently hilarious, this interaction is emblematic of something we know to be truly dangerous.

It’s easy to point to social media as the issue here, but I believe it is pure folly to decry any platform as the cause of society’s ills. Firstly, this phenomenon isn’t remotely endemic to social media; secondly, I think the positives of social by far outweigh the negatives.

Social media simply increases our awareness of these issues.

Having said that, because it also increases our EXPOSURE to others, social media can certainly exacerbate the issue for many of us.

As Nietzsche said, “when you gaze long into the abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.”

Given that, the trite advice I have to offer is this: spend more time working on accepting yourself, and less time worrying about what others are doing, lest you get sucked in and start hating yourself for no reason.

Now, that sounds like a LOT of work and introspection. So if you don’t feel like actually growing as a person, just do what I do and add value to the world—you’ll find you’re too damn busy to focus on other people. Or their eyebrows.

Remember, my friends: comparison is the thief of joy.

For me, service has been the gateway to satisfaction. Add value. Help people. Have a message. Leave a mark.

AND FOR THE RECORD: Oh, they’re real. And they’re *spectacular.*
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John Romaniello was live.4 weeks ago
Join us for a Candid Discussion about Testosterone Optimization Therapy.
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John Romaniello4 weeks ago
Friends and compatriots - I have talked several times about my testosterone replacement therapy and all of the positive ways it’s changed my life.

I get asked questions about this all the time, and while I love to talk about this, it’s something that I can only discuss from a purely personal and first person experiential perspective.

For more advanced and in depth info, it’s important for me to bring people with a higher level of real expertise into the conversation.

That’s why TOMORROW, I’ll be doing a Facebook Live with Jay Campbell to discuss all things testosterone.

We’re going to go over Testosterone Replacement Therapy, Testosterone Optimization Therapy, and all the fun stuff on the higher end of the spectrum: non-therapeutic/performance enhancing doses.

Also to be discussed: boners.

I’d love for you to join us in the conversation.

We’ll be doing this FB LIVE TOMORROW (Oct 25) at 630pm EST/330 PST.

If you can’t make it, no sweat: just leave any questions you might have below, and we’ll answer them on Livestream.

Word.
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John Romaniello1 month ago
Please ignore if you don't care about being a shitty writer.
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John Romaniello1 month ago
Yoooo back at it again with another #tattootuesday post.

Good morrow, friends and foes. I’d like to introduce you to the newest addition to my collection of ink.

——Please meet Nigel, the octosquid.——

Nigel is the most adorable baby octosquid in the whole wide world. He is my friend and he will be with me wherever I go, because he has taken up residence on my left hip area.

Okay. It’s not really my hip. It’s more like my...side butt?

Despite his age, Nigel is very wise. You can tell, because his voice sounds exactly like Michael Caine. He says things like, “What’s the point of doin all those bloody hip thrusts if you’re not gonna post ya bum on the web? Just logical, innit?”

So: why a bright blue baby octosquid on my bum? Believe it or not, this was not some random foolhardy decision; I had the design for months, and was just waiting for the right moment to execute.

REASONS:

• The symbolism of having more limbs to get more done.

• I LOVE the cartoony style and coloring. When I first thought of this, I was super excited to have something SO different from all of my other work. The dichotomy of this cutesy piece on a big musclebro with a bunch of my “serious” ink makes me happy.
•that said, I’m very much into aesthetic cohesion. Meaning I had to put Nigel somewhere he wouldn’t clash, stylistically, with everything else.

• As someone who frequently finds himself stripped down to very small underwear, I’m looking forward to someone asking, WHAT IS THAT? and answering, “Hm? Oh, that’s just Nigel. He’s a top bloke, don’t worry about him.” Makes me laugh.

Anyway, that’s Nigel. Check out Instagram if you wanna see some pics of my butt and and the tattoo process.
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