Celebrity Trainer Mike Alexander Tips to Weight Loss
Loss Weight with Jessica Simpson
Mike does it again! Celebrity Trainer Mike Alexander has done a body makeover for Jessica Simpson. To find out the tips and secret he used to transform Jessica into a perfect shape, keep reading below.
Who is Mike Alexander?
Mike Alexander, owner of MADfit training studio in Beverly Hills, has worked with some of Hollywood’s hottest celebrities, including Jessica and Ashlee Simpson, Kristin Chenoweth and Amanda Bynes.
Mike Alexander holds a B.A. in Health/Fitness Management from Baylor University in Waco, TX.
He attended post-graduate studies at the prestigious Cooper Aerobics Center in Dallas, where he received several certifications.
Mike has been recognized at the Hollywood Life Style Awards as the “Star Body Sculptor of the Year” and is routinely featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show, ET/Insider and People, Fitness RX, Elle, Self, US Weekly and InTouch magazines.
Mike is responsible for helping Jessica Simpson loose all that weight again!
Jessica does not like it!
Jessica does not always enjoy working out, just like the rest of us. On her way to work out with her trainer last month she wrote on her twitter page:
Every time we have to do squats, and he yells at me, ‘Get lower like you’re in the club!’
Simpson, 27, then adds:
I don’t squat in the club unless I am peeing!
Well clearly she worked hard because looking at her pictures she looks like she did an awful lot of squats!
Mike’s Training Secrets:
“I can’t promote squats and lunges and step-ups enough, because those are all exercises that you can do with your own body weight and you can do them anywhere with very little or no equipment.”
When Mike was asked by Shape magazine in an interview about his advice to his clients who want to slim down for an event in a short period of time, he said:
“Diet is very important. You have to eat really clean because every calorie counts at that point. At the same time, you don’t want to cut out too much. It’s important to eat because if you don’t your body’s going to hang on to the calories it does get and go into starvation mode. For exercise, I’d recommend doing two-a-day workouts: In the morning do cardio and in the afternoon do a quick weight workout with high reps. That will burn fat and create muscle tone.”
No word if Jessica is still on Stampede Lite. According to fermentarium.com this is her Vitamin beer! Stampede Light is a pilsner containing vitamin B1 (Thiamine), vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), vitamin B3 (Niacin), vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) and Folate. The beer has 115 calories, which is average for a light beer. The (horribly designed) website for Stampede Light claims to add Vitamin Water to the beer after the brewing process. We are not sure what the actual amounts of vitamins are in each beer. I wonder if there are supplement facts on each bottle of beer! Cheers Jessica!