Born on Feb 8, 1961, in Hollywood, California. Vincent Neil Wharton is best known for his music. He joined Motley Crue in 1981 while he was working in Rock Candy.
Motley Crue was a newly formed band and they were searching for a lead vocalist and they were very happy and impressed by Neil’s performance.
Vince Neil posted photos of himself on his Instagram account. He shows the latest form of his body which looks healthy and fit. There was a statement made by Motely Crue manager, Allen Kovac.
Allen Kovac said that Vince is doing very hard to get into shape for the upcoming reunion tour. He said Vince is following a strict diet and doing intense workouts to lose fat.
Weight Loss Journey
In the 80s Vince’s body was fit. But as time passes Vince developed some overeating habits which made him overweight.
So after realizing that he has to stop overeating habits and have to lose weight for upcoming Motley Crue reunion tours. He consulted with a fitness trainer and started following a diet and working hard to have a healthy lifestyle.
Vince started following low carbs diet and also doing intermittent fasting for better results. His diet did help him to lose weight and also changed his eating routines.
Currently, Vince looks healthier, And obviously, weight loss takes time. He is a patience and humble person. Vince is doing every possible thing he can to lose weight.
Vince Neil shared a picture of hand surgery. He had hand surgery to get rid of Viking disease also known as Dupuytren’s disease.
It is a condition in which one or more fingers become permanently bent in a flexed position. One of Vince’s hands is unable to straighten. So after surgery, Vince had to rest for some time but now he is fully recovered.
Specifically, Vince Neil’s workout plan is not public. Allen Kovac said that some members are workout with trainers and nutritionists to get into better shape. Nikki Sixx shared some insights about his workout and the calories he is eating daily.
He said most people don’t understand how to lose fat and gain muscle. “You need to eat more food mixed with the right kind of cardio and strength training. If you are starving your body is gonna hold onto fat and eat the muscle. I eat 2500 macro balance calories a day. I eat all day.”