Bill Phillips BACK TO FIT 12-Week Trainer: 30 Second Promo -

Transformation expert Bill Phillips has trained pro athletes, celebrities, and millions of people around the world. Now he’s here to help you get back to fit. Learn about his 12-week trainer and get ready to transform your life!

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I’ve been in love with helping people get fit for the vast majority of my life. I’ve spent years learning everything I possibly can about training, nutrition, supplementation, motivation, and all the essential components of transformation. This love has led me to train pro athletes, celebrities, and millions of people around the world. It also forms the foundation of my 12-week Back to Fit transformation program.

Back to Fit launches on Monday, January 19th, 2015. It contains multiple video overviews, daily workouts, motivation techniques, a full meal plan based on many successful transformations, a suite of healthy recipes, and much more—all for free. Before the program goes live, read on to learn more about my story, my own transformation, and the lifetime of work that forms the core tenets of Back to Fit!

My fitness story begins early in my life. I signed up for little league football when I was 9 years old. I was probably the only kid on the team who liked the exercises better than the game. I had more fun doing push-ups, sit-ups, and wind sprints than playing football, so my coach put me in charge of leading calisthenics and exercises. That was my first transformation camp.

As I grew up, I loved to learn about fitness and teach people what I had learned. I paid for my college education through personal training and coaching. I thought I wanted to be a doctor, but in 1990, I started a mail-in personal training business, and my fitness career really took off. From there, it just kept growing.

The first celebrity I worked with was Sylvester Stallone as he was preparing for his role in “Cliffhanger.” After I helped Stallone, my reputation for helping stars get muscular for a movie started to grow.

I helped Demi Moore get strong for her role in “GI Jane;” trained Edward Norton from scrawny to brawny for “Fight Club;” and I’ve continued to work with my favorite comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, through the years. I’ve also worked with athletes Karl Malone, Roy Jones Jr., Terrell Davis, Shannon Sharpe, and John Elway. When the Broncos won their first Super Bowl, I was the nutrition and supplement expert for the team.

Along the way, I wrote the books “Body for Life” and “Eating for Life,” founded the magazine “Muscle Media,” and started the EAS supplement company. I wanted to teach people everything I had learned. I wanted to cross the abyss between knowing and doing. I wanted to share, and that desire has led me here—but my journey hasn’t been without hardship.

I made a name for myself by teaching people how to get in shape. I had books, a magazine, and videos that inspired people and taught them how to work out correctly and eat well. But I also know how it feels to get out of shape and to fight to regain your fitness. I have a transformation story, too.

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