Jeremy Scott

Jeremy Scott
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  • Jeremy Scott
  • Scottsdale, AZ
  • 28
  • 195 lbs
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  • Men’s Physique, Men’s Model, Bodybuilding
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Self-proclaimed fitness junkie Jeremy Scott is a Prolab sponsored athlete who has competed in bodybuilding, physique and men's model classes.

Jeremy Scott - creator of and Prolab sponsored athlete – is a lifelong fitness junkie who earned his B.A. Degree Cum Laude from Waldorf College, where he played collegiate basketball. Upon graduating, Jeremy earned fitness certifications through the International Sports and Science Association, as well as the IYCA for School Strength & Conditioning and Youth Nutrition. Jeremy has worked with a diverse population, ranging from strength training top level college athletes to personal training weekend warriors.

Being a fitness professional is not only a career but a passion for Jeremy, who practices what he preaches. When he isn’t fitness training and consulting, Jeremy has been fortunate enough to appear in: Fitness Model World, Lift for Life, Men’s Fitness, AZ Foothills Magazine, Wellness Messenger, Scottsdale Health Magazine, Max Sports & Fitness Magazine, Coolfit, Genetic War, Muscle & Strength, World Physique, Six Pack Now, Muscle & Fitness Magazine, as well as a reoccurring fitness role on the TV show Sonoran Living on ABC & Spokes Model for Grip Power Pads.

Jeremy’s philosophy is about being the best you can be. It’s not about comparing yourself to other people you see in the gym, on TV, or in magazines. Fitness is the fairest form of society — whatever you put into it, you get back out of it. Push yourself to your absolute limits every time you train. Remember, you will never get to do today over again, so make the most of it!

Jeremy Scott's Content

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Be obsessed with a purpose. Why are we obsessed? Because life expects something more from us. We have unique gifts and are not here by mistake.
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You need to start making success mandatory. Day after day you are losing the opportunity to become the person you are meant to be. Stop making excuses today.
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There are 86,400 seconds in each day. Every day at midnight we are given the gift of time. There will never be another today. What are you going to do with this 86,400 second gift?
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5 Gluten Free Shredding Tips
It's time to become a shredded, mean, and sexy gluten-free machine. A gluten-free lifestyle can help you live leaner while reducing bloat, inflammation and more.
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Staying lean and building muscle doesn't have to involve eating foods you hate and depriving your life of all fun. Learn how to look your best and enjoy the process.
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Easy Gluten-Free Buckwheat Protein Crepes
These come together really fast and can be filled with either a savory or a sweet filling. They are perfect for breakfast or dinner and are filled with protein.
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No-Bake Gluten-Free High-Protein Energy Bites
These take only about 10 minutes to put together and are packed with protein and Omega 3’s. They are great to grab on the go for a healthy high-protein snack.
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Intermittent Fasting: 3 Basic Mistakes Made By Beginners
Don't fear the catabolic state. Hunger is not the enemy. Fitness model Jeremy Scott provides you with three basic intermittent fasting mistakes often made by beginners.
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7 Tips for Life Inside and Outside the Gym
7 tips to help you be successful inside and outside of the gym. It's never too late to set big goals, and overcome bad genetics and fear of failure.
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Intermittent Fasting
Is intermittent fasting the real deal? Can you build muscle and lose fat without eating every 2-3 hours? Find out if intermittent fasting is for you.
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1 Comment
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Posted on: Mon, 07/28/2014 - 12:42

I'm 52 and want to use the 16-8 plan .My ? I workout at 4:30pm when do I eat?because I saw some where that you should w/o on an empty stomach?can you explain?how offen should I w/o?