Professional Institute for Fitness and Nutrition Worldwide.
Who Is Who
Sagi Kalev CNS*® CMPPT
PROPTA Certified Master Personal Trainer CMPPT.
PROPTA Certified Nutrition Specialist CNS*®
PROPTA Senior Director – Examiner
No ordinary Fitness Expert
As the creator and lead trainer of BODY BEAST, the latest intense fitness/body building program by Beachbody, Sagi’s What Ever It Takes attitude is matched only by his powerful purpose: To Inspire Wholeness.
Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, the former two-time “Mr. Israel” immigrated to the United States in 1993 to pursue bodybuilding and modeling. He has transformed the lives of his clients through both his inspiration style and his holistic approach to total fitness: Get Fit, Get Clear, Get Healthy.
His resume includes a long list of body building championships, fitness magazine covers, certifications and awards. But his real claim to fame is the lives he has personally transformed through his private coaching and instruction.
PROPTA Certified Master Pro Personal Trainer
Certified Nutrition Specialist and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition
Certified Metabolic Typing Advisor
Numerous body building championships including ones such as the 1998 NPC Southwest USA Bodybuilding Championships 1999 NPC Lone Star Bodybuilding Classic
Appearing on over 30 covers in well-known fitness magazines such as Muscle & Fitness, Iron Man, Hardcore Muscle and Health and Fitness Magazine.
Senior Director of PROPTA, the world-leading personal trainers certification agency certifying personal trainers and nutritionists
Inducted into the PROPTA hall of fame for his dedication to the fitness industry
Guest appearances on Baywatch and The Young and the Restless
Telephone:: (800) 349-5113 Location:: Irving, Texas. USA Website::www.sagikalev.com Email:: email@example.com
Jacky Warner CNS* MPPT
Thintervention on Bravo’s Star Personal Trainer.
Jackie owned and operated her next gym, Sky Sport & Spa in Los Angeles, CA. Employing Jackie’s complete approach to fitness, Sky Sport was the nation’s premiere full service health and medical practice. Although frequented by fitness aficionados for years, Sky Sport was introduced to the rest of the world on Jackie’s hit television show, Bravo’s Work Out. She returned to television in 2010 in the Bravo show, Thintervention with Jackie Warner. Hailed by critics, the premiere gave the network its best ratings ever for a Monday.
Jackie is one of the world’s most sought-after fitness experts by media and consumers alike. She is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post, Fitness Rx, and Fitness magazine, and she wrote the New York Times bestseller, This is Why You’re Fat (and How to Get Thin Forever), and stars in several best-selling DVDs.
Jackie is the current face of a health and wellness campaign called Fit in Your Skin, and is the national spokesperson for Eggs of Australia.
To help people take back further control of their lives, Jackie created “Eat.Move.Believe.”, a new online fitness and wellness center. This new program will provide workouts; healthy recipes; and fitness, nutrition, and lifestyle tips.
Telephone:: (310) 652-0085 Location:: Beverly Hills, Ca “USA” Website:: www.jackiewarner.com Email:: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sueng Hwan Lee CNS* CMPPT
PROPTA Certified Nutrition Specialist CNS* & Certified Master Professional Personal Trainer CMPPT.
PROPTA Senior Director in South Korea.
Sean Lee “”Seung Hwan Lee”” is the first “PROPTA/USPTA/PTA” Director to introduce the PROPTA institute to South Korea. As a well respected Certified Master Personal Trainer of the “PROPTA” in South Korea, he has gained a huge notoriety and appeared on Television shows including the Korean version of “THE BIGGEST LOSER” called “”DIET WAR”” where he guides the challengers on how to lose Fat and improve health. His popularity earned sponsorships, created his own television show, he also became the head trainer and judge on the “”DIET WAR”” TV show for the last 6 seasons.
Seung Hwan Lee currently holds his teaching credential from the PROPTA/USPTA/PTA The Personal Trainers Association, the highest level credential as a personal trainer and and educator. Sean Lee is very active in competition, Conducting TV shows, Seminars and Clinics in Korea.
Sean Lee has been operating the PROPTA company as the Senior Director in Korea for the past 9 years. He was inducted in the Hall of Fame of the PROPTA in 2012.
Telephone:: 02-518-8974 or 02-552-8974 Location:: South Korea “”Soul”” Website:: www.bodyshool.co.kr Email:: email@example.com
Craig Ramsay CNS* MPPT
Thintervention on BRAVO.
PROPTA Certified Professional Personal Trainer / Certified Nutrition Specialist CNS*
Motivator to Move, Fitness/Wellness Transformational Coach (Los Angeles, New York, Toronto Canada)
Internationally recognized fitness guru for his extensive experience, knowledge and diverse expertise of the human condition, Craig Ramsay has more than 13 years of documented success transforming the mind, body and spirit of people and communities across the world. Craig’s own versatile physical abilities, honed through his work as a ballet dancer, hockey player, fitness model, Broadway performer, Television/Film actor and trained contortionist, have made him one of the most sought after fitness experts in the business.
Bravo’s “Thintervention” first introduced Craig to American TV audiences, Craig has also been showcased on Entertainment Tonight, VH1, T.V Guide, CNN, Fox News, ABC News, ABC’s “On the Red Carpet”, Good Day L.A, Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Today Show, CBC Canada, and the W Network. He has been featured in numerous print publications nationwide and is a popular radio guest and host where his energy, humor and enthusiasm thoroughly inform, engage, and charm audiences.
Craig has transformed lives through his online training programs, Fit and Fabulous Blog, Workout Phone Apps, and as a successful author of two books, “The Anatomy of Muscle Building” and “The Anatomy of Stretching.” Available at www.craigramsay.com
Telephone:: (818) 766-3317 Location:: Los Angeles, Ca “USA” Website::www.craigramsay.com Email:: firstname.lastname@example.org
Danny Bonaduce CPT
The Partridge Family, Breaking Bonaduce
PROPTA Certified Personal Trainer
Dante Daniel “Danny” Bonaduce (born August 13, 1959) is an American radio/television personality, comedian, professional wrestler, and former child actor. Born in Broomall, Pennsylvania, Bonaduce is the son of veteran TV writer/producer Joseph Bonaduce (The Dick Van Dyke Show, Mayberry RFD, One Day at a Time, Good Times, The Waltons).
The younger Bonaduce became famous as a child actor of the 1970s on the sitcom/television series The Partridge Family. Bonaduce co-starred as Danny Partridge, the wisecracking, redheaded middle son of the singing pop band (headed by Shirley Jones). He and Shirley Jones were the only Partridge cast members whose actual first names were also that of the character he/she portrayed on screen. Danny was the fictional pop group’s bass guitar player.
Bonaduce was part of The Adam Carolla Show in 2007. In 2008 he was given a daily one-hour solo spot known as Broadcasting Bonaduce, which was broadcast locally on the L.A.-based KLSX station. In February 2009, it was announced that the station had changed its format from talk to Top 40, and the removal of Broadcasting Bonaduce from the KLSX schedule was confirmed. On November 10, 2008, Bonaduce began hosting the morning drive time on WYSP in Philadelphia, where he remained until the announcement that 94WYSP would go off the air, being replaced by Sports Talk 610WIP. His final broadcast on that station was on August 26, 2011. Bonaduce has been performing a morning talk/music show at Seattle radio station KZOK-FM since November 14, 2011.
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