Dating for rich guys

09-Jun-2016 02:48 by 2 Comments

Dating for rich guys

On August 17, 2015, the show began simulcasting on Comcast Sports Net.

“I’d eat grilled salmon, and Hamid would order a cheeseburger,” remembers Smith, now 28.

“I would have spent my entire salary to get my life back,” he says.

“Over a two-year period, I wound up paying Hamid 0,000 — it was completely worth it.” Castro moved into Smith’s two-bedroom Tribeca apartment, subjecting the financier to grueling workouts.

Characterizing himself as “Hitch on steroids,” Castro — lean, muscular and disarmingly confident — is his own best advertisement.

He’s also a secret weapon for would-be players who excel at the office but fall short in gyms and can’t close deals in nightclubs.

“He did it so I could get used to eating healthy even if other people at the table were eating whatever they want. I also got my teeth whitened and went for a good haircut.” Smith lost 30 pounds in six months and gained as much in fortitude. “Hamid taught me that no girl could hurt me,” he says.

On August 13, 2009, following the demise of WBCN, the show moved to sports talk station WBZ-FM 98.5 The Sports Hub.

As Shah’s body hardened, Castro took him clothes shopping in Soho.

On his trainer’s advice, Shah remained incommunicado with his ex for 30 days before arranging a sit-down in March.

“I was in his face and head, talking about getting the girl back.” Today, Shah is 30 pounds lighter and rocks a 34-inch waist (down from 37).

But the transformation went well beyond weight loss.

“He said, ‘I’ve taken on the most disgusting slobs and turned them into statues.