Eric the Trainer, Hollywood Physique Expert and Host of Celebrity Sweat, is a big name in Hollywood fitness, and we discover how his personality and perspective on life are even bigger than his biceps.
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Famously known as "Eric the Trainer," Eric Fleishman went from living on a farm in Maine to Los Angeles where he was mentored by the world's greatest bodybuilders.
His commitment and focus led Eric to become the physical transformation guru demanded by Hollywood's most visible individuals—artists, actors, athletes, musicians, and more.
Learn how the right mix of focus, hard work, determination, and taking positive action can lead to achieving your biggest goals.
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