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William Nathaniel Phillips or Bill Phillips is the American author of the book “Body For Life: 12 Weeks To Mental and Physical Strength.” He also wrote, “Eating For Life” and was once the editor of Muscle Media magazine, as well as the former CEO of the nutritional supplement company, EAS. He also did a promo movie called “Body of Work” along with his brother Shawn. In June 2010, he released his most recent post, “Transformation: The Mindset You Need, The Body You Want, The Life You Deserve.” Phillips, born in September 1964, grew up in Golden, Colorado, where he lived with his mother and father, Bill and Suzanne, his sister Shelley, and his brother Shawn. In 1982, Phillips began bodybuilding and in 1983 he moved to Southern California and trained at Golds Gym in Venice Beach. After failing to become a bodybuilder, he returned to Colorado in 1985 and attended classes in Denver at the University of Colorado.

His key areas of study were exercise physiology and sports nutrition. After this, he started his career as a writer. In November 2005, he married Amy Nolen. In 1985, he created a small newsletter called “Mile High Publishing” that taught bodybuilders how to use anabolic steroids. Created in his parents’ garage, this newsletter was originally called “The Anabolic Reference Update.” Phillips began working with scientists and physicians in 1991 to improve performance-related nutrition products for athletes. In 1992, he moved out of his parents’ house and changed the name of his newsletter to Muscle Media 2000. In 1996, Phillips acquired EAS or Experimental and Applied Sciences. He promoted many of the company’s products through Muscle Media 2000, eventually establishing himself at the forefront of the nutritional supplement industry.

However, in 1997, Phillips not only changed the name of the publication to Muscle Media magazine, but also changed the format, causing the magazine to fail. In 1996, he sold his interest in EAS and concentrated solely on his writing career. In 1999, he released his book, “Body For Life”, selling 3.5 million copies in 24 languages. USA Today named this book one of the 15 best-selling books of the decade. In 1999, Phillips received the Newnans Own George Award for his outstanding work with EAS. He was also named one of the 10 Most Outstanding Young Americans by the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce in January 2000. In 2002, Phillips helped carry the Olympic torch across the US for the Winter Olympics. and donated $2 million dollars. to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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