Mark Wright plans to rival fitness king Joe Wicks with his own range of healthy foods and drinks.
The former TOWIE star, 34, launched a training app called Train Wright while Joe, 36, built a health and fitness empire around his Body Coach brand.
TV presenter Mark is now planning to start the food business of Eat Wright and Live Wright from behind his real-life fame.
Healthy kick: Mark Wright, 34, plans to rival fitness king Joe Weeks, 36, with his own range of healthy foods and drinks
Football expert Mark has been granted 10-year legal protection by the UK Patent and Trademark Office for his two new companies.
He plans to provide healthy foods and drinks, dressings and sauces, nutritional supplements, cereal bars and protein shakes, as well as weight-loss drinks, according to The Sun.
Legal documents filed earlier this year by branding firm Catalyst Global Ltd also give Mark the right to sell apparel, digital media, active wear and exercise equipment, while giving Mark the ability to take action against people trying to copy his merchandise.
Entrepreneur: TV presenter Mark plans to start the food business of Eat Wright and Live Wright far from his real-life fame after he has already launched the fitness app Train Wright
This news comes after Mark had a 4.7 inch tumor removed from under his armpit two weeks ago.
Screen star Mark took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce that he was told he was cancer-free after having a benign tumor removed as doctors fear it could turn cancerous.
He shared a video of his first long walk since the operation two weeks ago.
Wide range: Plans to provide healthy foods and drinks, dressings and sauces, nutritional supplements, cereal bars and protein shakes, as well as weight loss drinks
The football expert said: “I got the news one day that it’s clear, he’s cancer-free. It was a very worrying time, but it’s in the past, we’re moving forward.
Mark, an Essex resident, went on to say he had been worried and worried about what the tumor might be like, and said he felt ‘low’ while he was recovering.
He continued, “I’ve had anxiety and worry about what it could have been, and just staying in and recovering has left me feeling a little weak and not very motivated.”
rivals? Joe has built a health and fitness empire around his Body Coach brand and has become known for keeping the nation fit with his PE sessions during lockdown.
Mark explained that he has not been able to exercise for the past two weeks while recovering from the operation, but that he has a sharper head now that he can exercise again.
He then announced that he will relaunch his Train Wright fitness videos next year as Live Wright and will “slow up” his brand.
Mark wrote a lengthy commentary alongside the video, explaining that his recent health scare has made him even more passionate about staying fit and healthy.
Cancer fear: Earlier this month, Mark announced that he had had a 12cm lump removed from his armpit after he was previously reassured that it was a ‘fat mass that doesn’t need treatment’.
He wrote: “Some news for 2022…I had a bit of a health scare lately which I have been talking about the other week and luckily it is all clear now which is great and I feel very lucky.
“I’m not going to lie though it really freaked me out and my family and it made me more passionate about staying fit and healthy as possible and I hope to try to help as many of you do the same too.”
Announcing the relaunch, he said: “So starting in 2022 we are relaunching Live Wright and we would very much like you to join us on this journey.
Time to relax: Mark and his wife, Michelle Keegan, 34, traveled to Mexico to celebrate Christmas in the sun this week after the former TOWIE star got treatment for cancer.
RECOVERY BREAK: The football expert took to Instagram after landing for his sunshine break to share some photos with fans as he recovers from surgery to remove a 4.7-inch tumor
“Everything that’s out there we’re in the process of scaling up and I can’t wait to see it.”
Mark is currently vacationing in Mexico with his wife, actress Michelle Keegan, 34, with their departure just before Christmas.
He took to Instagram this weekend to give fans a glimpse of his lavish break in the sun.
The former semi-pro football player annoyed his followers with a peek at the golden sandy beach dotted with palm trees swaying against a clear blue sky as he walked near his hotel.
In another shot, he can be seen relaxing with a glass of beer by the pool, while in a short video he can be seen with his feet raised while enjoying a trip out to sea on a boat.
Relief: Mark took to Instagram on Tuesday, declaring that he was told he was cancer-free after a benign tumor had been removed as doctors feared it could turn cancerous.