Robert G's areas of writing expertise include nutrition, health, fitness, boxing, politics, economics, and investing.
Robert G's favorite hobbies are reading the news, dancing, swimming, hiking, weight training, watching TV, surfing the Internet, reading novels, and writing.
Robert's education in copywriting is ongoing with American Writers and Artists Inc. (AWAI). They send him weekly tutorials through their Golden Tread publications. He also communicates with other writers and keeps up on the industry.
Robert G is an advocate of daily exercise and healthy eating habits. He trained boxers for 5 years as a USA Boxing certified coach. He transformed a gym of losing boxers into a boxing center that turned out national and international champions. He produced over 80% winning performances from his boxers during his last 2 years of coaching.
He developed a 6-faceted program built on: compelling motivational rhetoric... meticulously detailed instruction... technical excellence... top-notch cardio conditioning... superior strength training... and cutting-edge nutrition.
Robert G believes life expectancy rates, obesity ratios, cardiovascular health, and soaring medical costs in the US will all be constructively influenced by wider involvement in fitness and wellness campaigns in the coming decades.
Robert has written news articles and advertising copy for websites and direct mail pieces on fitness, health, nutrition, and work safety. Work safety is an underrated fitness issue. If workers steer clear of repetitive motion damage, work related physical and mental stress, and workplace injuries and accidents, they will be happier, fitter, and more active.
As a former boxer and boxing trainer Robert G has been concerned with healthy eating all his adult life. He is aware that the optimum diet not only helps produce maximum athletic performance, but can help anyone be healthier, happier, and more productive at everything they do.
Even while a person is sleeping, his or her body will rest, regenerate, and actively build itself better, stronger, and healthier with the help of the best possible nutrition. Robert believes there is nothing anyone can do to more rapidly improve the quality of his or her life, than to study and practice the precepts of excellent nutrition.
Robert is a vegetarian, but realizes most people will continue eating meat for the foreseeable future. For meat eaters, Robert advocates range fed poultry and grass fed beef and other red meats from ranch raised animals.
To insure the best nutrition, animals raised for meat consumption need to be certified free of drugs, hormones, chemicals, antibiotics, and trough feeding. To produce the best tasting and highest quality meats, Robert believes all livestock should be free to roam around in their natural habitat until they're ready to be harvested.
Robert G has an avid interest in politics. He volunteered for the US Marines right out of high school. He was thrilled to serve, but became a conscientious objector when the US went to war in Viet Nam. While not against war per se, Robert felt America had no critical interest in Southeast Asia -- and no reason to add to the death toll in the region.
The Viet Nam War sparked Robert's interest in public policy. He saw how rich and influential corporations often shape and control policy. He observed how courageous leaders like John F Kennedy elevate America's image, and how corrupt politicians like Richard Nixon harm our nation.
Robert G feels that government at every level requires brilliant orators and legislators. The brightest men and women are needed to deal with challenging global and domestic crises that strike without letup.
Robert sees a need for policy writers, speech writers, and news writers who articulate ideas that inspire politicians and other world citizens to confront such issues as: climate change... nuclear disarmament... terrorism... international trade... green technology development... eradication of poverty... broader access to affordable college education... and broader access to affordable healthcare.
Utopia isn't possible, but a thriving, happy, and tolerant world community is. Robert believes politics is a shared responsibility of the human race -- and knows eloquent writing has a long history of driving political progress.
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