If you’ve been watching Ghost Adventures since the starting, you already know that gear tech and digital camera operator Aaron Goodwin went by means of a exceptional bodily transformation.
The 43-year-old has shed over 50 kilos since 2004. “Over the years of filming, you’ve seen me lose a lot of weight,” Aaron says in a Travel Channel video. “Looking back, sometimes I think it’s just a whole different person. It’s tough to watch myself back then because I’m like, ‘Whoa. That’s not me.'”
Aaron from Ghost Adventures likes to indicate off his weight reduction on the present.
The match co-investigator flaunts his onerous work incessantly, particularly when coping with tremendous scorching lockdowns that do not require a shirt. Aaron says he weighed about 254 kilos when Ghost Adventures first began airing and obtained right down to 197 kilos by 2012.
In a weblog put up, the Portland native writes that he began packing on the kilos when enhancing two NASCAR actuality exhibits on his dwelling pc.
“Now when I was home it was junk food and mochas all day to keep me awake as I sat there for 15 hours a day for two-and-a-half months,” he shares. But it nonetheless took a couple of years for Aaron to decide to altering his way of life.
How did Aaron Goodwin drop extra pounds?
The Deadly Possessions crew member reveals he managed to drop the kilos by means of weight-reduction plan. For followers seeking to do the identical, he has three ideas: 1. Eat proper. 2. Know what you’re consuming. three. Go onerous, keep hydrated.
“So what I do is I just pretty much eat as healthy as I can… I cut out sugar, I cut out fried foods,” he explains. “You know, I eat sugar in desserts here and there but not every day.” As for protein, “I like a burger that’s put together by hand,” Aaron says. “Organic or grass-fed beef and it’s not frozen.”
The content material creator can also be an enormous advocate for studying the again of meals packages in the grocery retailer. “If it has a [large paragraph] full of ingredients and you don’t know what it says, don’t eat it,” he advises. “I stick to cashews, I stick to bread, I stick to something simple and easy that’s just not full of crap and preservatives.”
One factor he can’t appear to let go of, although, is his java. “I love coffee, and coffee for me keeps me energetic and keeps me out moving and walking around and being more active,” he admits. “But I also drink a lot of water because you gotta drink water to make up for the coffee and caffeine.”
Contrary to rumors, Aaron is returning to Ghost Adventures this fall.
The former manufacturing assistant appeared at Comic-Con in July to announce new miniseries, Ghost Adventures: Serial Killer Spirits, will debut on the Travel Channel in October.
“I really wanted to do this miniseries because I wanted to get inside the minds of these serial killers,” Aaron’s fellow ghost hunter, Zak Bagans, stated at the panel. We marvel which psycho they’ll come throughout first.
Ghost Adventures: Serial Killer Spirits begins airing Saturday, Oct. 5 at 9 p.m. ET on the Travel Channel.
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