Jamin Thompson wears many titles. Fitness model, fat loss expert and consultant, and motivational speaker are just a few. He was a ATP world-ranked tennis player growning up and played collegiately at both Miami (Hurricanes) and Clemson, and now resides in Malibu. His website is a gateway into a few of his fat loss courses and various peices of literature, but there's also an informative blog and e-newsletter with tips and key learnings on nutrition and training as well. His e-book "The 6-Pack Secret" is a best-seller online.
I've actually learned quite a bit from his e-newsletters and have passed information onto a few friends who are badly in-search of such things. He's pretty active on Twitter also - which is where he advised me to combine salmon and eggs at breakfast some time (he was right, they go well together).
Those who know me are aware how much I stress the importance of diet, not only for fat loss and the pursuit of the elusive "six-pack", but for overall health. I was impressed to see that Jamin Thompson stresses many of the same points of emphasis as well. In-fact he rarely does any pure "cardio", which will shock some, but it further emphasizes the point that your nutrition makes up far more ground in body composition than hours spent on the treadmill.
His diet is very similar to mine (though his abs are obviously much better...) and is made up of lots of lean proteins (chicken, tilapia, tuna, salmon), vegetables, and strictly complex carbs like brown rice.
I'm always big on learning from people whose bodies and fitness are worth emulating. Jamin Thompson is one of those people, and I think his e-newsletters and resources will be helpful to most out there trying to win the fat loss battle.