My daily CrossFit-based workouts are executed with a Powerthirst level of intensity that makes members of Gym Jones feel the need to hurl. (Not really. I maybe run for 20 minutes, 3 times a week but to saunter or strut with magnificent agility or oxlike strentgh seems neat!) A routine that can kill you, however, is not for everyone.
For those craving a more manageable exercise regimen and looking to gain insight into a “holistic approach to fitness” (without having to deal with creepy dudes at the gym), Eric Fleishman may have the perfect program for you. A personal trainer to stars and regular civilans, Fleishman, aka Eric the Trainer “is a top personal trainer with over ten years of experience in the two epicenters of fitness: New York and Los Angeles” and an expert in “total body transformation.”
Now Erik’s teamed up with TheWB.com to show you how you can keep that New Years’ weight loss/eat better/look great/feel good resolution.
Every Monday in January, TheWB.com will release three episodes of Eric the Trainer: New Year, New You, showing you how to maximize tbe effects of those at-home workouts, what makes Hollywood’s premiere health food label healthy, and fashion tips for any body type. The episodes are also peppered with talent from TheWB.com’s online original series including Sororoity Forever, Rich Girl, Poor Girl, and the upcoming Downers Grove.
Despite the EXTREME intro, New Year New Your is more informative than entertaining. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
If you want a good entry point into learning a healthy lifestyle, Erik apperas knowlegable enough to guide you through the intitial steps on the path towards a better you. However, if you already have a solid workout routine, there’s definitely more compelling fitness-related content available online.