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Man Vs Food Nation Star Adam Richman Explains How Kinect Can Help Gamers Stay Fit

Millions of people know Adam Richman as the man who takes on all types of food challenges in Man vs. Food Nation, the hit TV show on the Food Network. Richman was in one of the food meccas of the world, New Orleans, for the Super Bowl. The food connoisseur talks about video games and explains how Kinect could work as a weight-loss game with a Man vs. Food theme in this exclusive interview from the DirecTV Celebrity Beach Bowl.

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SlapHappyJesus1225d ago

One of the few shows I actually watch.

darthv721225d ago

looks like he is going to eat the mic and someone trying to stop him by quickly reaching in.

this show and diners, drive-ins and dives are both to mouth watering to watch.

i hate the way they make it look like you can just hop in the car and go check these places out.

I will say though, they did a piece on a place in Sac called Dad's Kitchen. The hot blonde (name of sandwich) wasn't bad but wow the prices...that's the part they dont tell you about on TV.

camel_toad1225d ago

I wish I could actually eat the show.

Magnagamer2221225d ago

The Irony of this interview is hilarious. It's like Gabourey Sidibe giving The Rock fitness tips.

Blackdeath_6631225d ago

gamers want to game. if they wanted to stay fit they would go to the gym -_-

shutUpAndTakeMyMoney1225d ago

Good for health bad for gaming..

barb_wire1225d ago

Walking to the store or 15 mins on a treadmill will have the same effect. Don't need kinect, a Wii fit board or Move to get exercise.

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