Joe Warner is a highly experienced journalist and editor who began working in fitness media in 2008.
He has featured on the cover of Men’s Fitness UK twice and has written Amazon best-sellers, including co-authoring 12-Week Body Plan with Ultimate Performance Fitness CEO and founder Nick Mitchell.
Joe Warner worked for Men’s Fitness UK, which temporarily shared a website with Coach. He joined as staff writer in 2008, then was deputy editor from 2009 until 2013. He returned as editor of Men’s Fitness UK from 2016 to 2019.
As well as being the man we’d most want to emulate in the gym, Joe has completed five marathons.
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