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Top 5 Celebrity Personal Trainers

Top 5 Celebrity Personal Trainers

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    May 17, 2015   Author : admin

Posted in: EAT CLEAN, LIVE HEALTHY

For most people, getting in shape is no easy task. This is made even more challenging when there is a clear lack of discipline and motivation. Celebrity trainers are highly regarded and totally respected for their ability to deal with even the most difficult of clients, yet they manage to get the desired results successfully! Let’s take a closer look at some of the more notable celebrity personal trainers and why they are at the top of their game.

Amen Iseghohi

He started out as a regular businessman who was successful in his chosen field. It took an overweight young boy to inspire him to take on the challenge of helping people keep fit and healthy. Changing careers almost overnight was no easy feat, but Amen Iseghohi was certainly up for the challenge. Designing exercise workout programs that are based on using everyday objects gained him phenomenal fame.

Barry Jay

A boot camp fitness style routine with a twist makes Barry Jay not only an iconic fixture in the world of fitness but also he makes every living breathing person want to join in the “fun” of keeping fit. Giving up his wild partying days after securing a job at a fitness center was the turning point of his life and career. His exercise routines are exciting and invigorating, because they are conducted in rooms designed to look like nightclubs. You can check it out yourself at 163 Euston Road London, UK NW1 2BH.

Denise Austin

This celebrity trainer is well known for her yoga and aerobics combination style exercise routines. She also “borrows” other exercise routines and tweaks them out to suit her clients. With her books and videos managing to maintain their status on the best seller lists, you know you have the best in this one package.

Harley Pasternak

His mantra for exercise workouts is that they should be simple and fairly brief. No tiresome routines to bore you to tears. He also advocates keeping active always. Walking instead of driving, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, walking to a co-workers station instead of using the phone to communicate, are just some of the simple and doable routines h e encourages.

Scott Herman

Building muscle mass is the name of his game. He has the ultimate body, which most people would kill to be able to prance around in. His workout websites boasts millions of hits as his fans stay true to the routines with the goal of eventually having the same enviable body.

 

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