Wesley Virgin

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Wesley Virgin
Born Wesley Virgin
Nationality American
Occupation Entrepreneur, Internet personality, fitness trainer

Wesley Virgin is an American businessman, digital marketer, web content creator, fitness trainer, and former Army serviceman. He owns and publishes content through the company WV Media.[1] He has written a variety of eBooks on topics such as entrepreneurship and health/fitness. These books include titles such as Changed, Secrets of the Fitness Industry, Weight-loss Without the Struggle!: Everything from Smoothies to Superfoods, Top Diet and Fitness Apps Guide, and Fat Diminisher System: How to Lose Weight Quickly at Home.[2]

Career

Virgin did not finish college, dropping out and joining the U.S. Army. He served in Afghanistan for four years.[3] He also became a computer engineer, eventually landing a job troubleshooting tech issues at a car dealership in Houston, Texas.[1][3][4] He eventually left his position at that job as well and dealt with financial issues and life challenges such as bankruptcy, getting fired from jobs, and jail time. Virgin experienced success as a fitness trainer, publishing a 7 Day Fitness Program and workout tutorials on his YouTube channel.[4][5] His biggest success as a fitness guru was making thousands of dollars overnight by publishing the eBook Fat Diminisher System: How to Lose Weight Quickly at Home.

Virgin is the founder of WV Media, which publishes content on the topics of Internet marketing and entrepreneurship and personal development.[1] He also began taking on public speaking engagements and publishing his own podcast.[1]

Virgin also has a variety of ongoing business projects and investments outside his work with WV Media.[1] He has been mentioned, interviewed, or published in publications including Forbes,[4] The Huffington Post,[6] the Chicago Chronicle,[7] The Daily Herald,[8] and the Los Angeles Herald.[9]

Personal life

He has two children.[1]

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