In a world where being in a perfect shape is no longer enough,
where fitness has nothing to do with being healthy,
and your life is based on calories counting and a good tan-spray,
enter the realm of a new, modern, addiction that too many refuse to admit…
Targeted Age Group: 20-50
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Gian Andrea is an Italian writer who currently resides in the United Kingdom.
Voracious reader since young age, he grew very fond of Philosophy, Art and Linguistic; along with his wide interest for Physics and Human Biology.
He holds a Bachelor degree in Literature and History with honours,
and a Master degree in Philosophy with honours.
BRIEF UNOFFICIAL BIOGRAPHY
Back to the time when he was better known for his physique, rather than his brain, Giannandrea was a kid that grew up in a small town of central Italy, lying next to a lazy lake.
Spending most of his time alone, drawing, painting or reading anything that had some words printed on it, his family got quite concerned that the kid would became a skinny outcast.
So they pushed him to play some kind of sport.
Jumping from one sport to another, he first got interested on Swimming.
(But the lake was too dirty, -he said, and the pool too small).
So he became really keen on Athletics, Running, mostly (but after a while, he realized that he had been running for hours every day, without actually going anywhere).
Next, he started playing Basketball (but hey, we’re in Italy, -he said, here everybody’s supposed to like Football; and I’m not even that tall, after all, -he said).
Feeling like he had yet to find the right sport that’d suit him well, he began practising Karate.
(That will do, -he said! but when he realized he could not beat people up for real, once again, he decided to quit).
In the meantime, he joined the gym, and that seemed to be fine for a while.
He had the perfect excuse to:
-eating seven times a day like a pig,
-going around with extra-extra-large clothes although he wasn’t a rapper,
-working out in a place full of pretty girls.
Eventually, in his early twenties, he was sure he’d became somehow a pro in that industry.
(Hell yeah, I’m big! I’m strong! -he said. Then, during a preparation for a powerlifting competition, he got injured, and he had to quit again).
In the meantime, University got started, and right after the first couple of classes of Philosophy and Literature, his mind was finally clear.
(Why would I even work out in the first place? -he said).
Recently he turned vegetarian and got more involved with charity and environmental organizations.