Marc Perry Featured On Good Day New York
At 9:20am this morning August 13th, 2013, a fitness segment aired on Good Day New York featuring my story and BuiltLean. The angle was how to get leaner in both the short and long term. While there was very little time to really get into the meat of what BuiltLean is about, I hope viewers got some useful tips.
Here’s a quick summary of the segment along with some screenshots. For the full video, check out this link => Marc Perry On Good Day New York
Good Day New York, which has 114k average weekly viewers, gave me a brief introduction and showed my body transformation through before/after photos. Greg Kelly joked about my before/after photo. Co-hosts Greg & Rosanna have a reputation for being comedians and both are very down to earth.
2)Short Term Tips
Because co-host Rosanna had her sister’s wedding in a few days, she wanted some short term improvements she can make. The first tip is to drink a lot of water the day before the wedding (10-12 glasses), which helps get rid any water retention. The more hydrated we are, the less water our bodies retain. The second is to be mindful of posture, keep your head up, shoulders back, and arms at your sides. This can make a big impact on your presentation and not how only you look, but feel.
3)Strength Circuit Example
The final part of the segment discussed the workout method we used based on Strength Circuits. We chose a squat with upright row using a kettlebell, a reverse lunge holding one kettlebell on one side, and a standing military dumbbell press. The goal is to do each exercise with little rest between each set to maximize strength and cardio benefits and to create an afterburn effect.
I want to send a special thanks to producer Steve Cohen for having me on, Co-hosts Rosanna & Greg, and Hannah Davis for demonstrating the exercises and YOU for being a BuiltLean supporter.
Below are some screenshots from the segment. You can see the full segment here.
Marc Perry Introduced On Good Day New York
Before / After Photos
Co-Host Greg Kelly Doing An Overhead Press
Strength Circuits Demonstration