People who live in the limelight all seem to be impossibly beautiful and incredibly fit, and while good genes are part of it, eating a balanced diet and working out certainly doesn’t hurt. That said, there is a lot of pressure for celebs to look a certain way, which is why so many of them look to health and fitness professionals for help, and celebrity trainers not only inspire their A-list clients, but also the rest of us.
Harley PasternakCanadian born, Los Angeles-based trainer and nutritionist Harley Pasternak is incredibly accomplished, having written several books and co-hosted the talk show, The Revolution, which offered life-changing tips and motivations. His clients include big-name stars such as Megan Fox, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Rihanna.
Mandy Ingber is a celebrity fitness expert who is best known for being a professional yoga instructor, and the best-selling author of Yogalosophy: 28 Days to the Ultimate Mind-Body Makeover. She is also a former actress whose credits include the 1989 film Teen Witch, and the 1994 film, Exit to Eden.
Her approach to fitness is a combination of traditional yoga asana and toning exercises, which are loved by celebs, including Jennifer Aniston, Kate Beckinsale, and Jennifer Lawrence.
Co-founder of the boutique fitness studio, ModelFIT, Justin Gelband, is known for training supermodels and his clients include Candice Swanepoel and Karlie Kloss (as well as many other Victoria’s Secret models). His approach to fitness is that there is no quick fix and rather it’s a lifestyle change that needs to be built around each individual.Anna Kaiser
Known for her choreography, Anna Kaiser has worked with some of the most beautiful women in the world including Shakira and Karlie Kloss. She also created The AKT program, which combines dance cardio, circuit training, HIIT, strength, and toning, as well as pilates and yoga.
Manganese for Healthy Bones
Manganese is essential for proper growth of human bone structure. It is a very effective mineral for increasing the mineral density of the spinal column. This is very useful for post-menopausal women. Many women suffer from manganese deficiency after they go through menopause, so increasing the intake of this trace mineral is an important factor in preventing fractures. Although research is yet to prove that manganese can prevent osteoporosis, it is believed to be one of the factors that slow down disease.