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"Valerie Waters is Hollywood's Hot Trainer;" says US Weekly Magazine. Seventeen years experience getting celebrities ready for important movie rolls, events, magazine lay outs and awards ceremonies has established Valerie as the premier personal trainer in Los Angeles--one who can produce the results, and fast. Appearing on Good Morning America, E News, VH1 and CNN among others, and regularly featured in top publications ranging from Glamour, Vanity Fair, In Style, Fitness and Self, to People US Weekly and Life & Style, Valerie is the first person called by Hollywood's elite when they need to either get in shape or stay that way. They call Valerie, because Valerie is the ultimate fitness problem solver. She has won the reputation for a quick turn-around, and a trademark look that is more tone and trim than bulk and build. For females she draws from the very physiques that inspire her: athletic, elegant, and toned, while still feminine. For males, she avoids excess mass in favor of a fit, lean appearance. It is her natural connection with people that truly sets her apart. Her capacity to translate a person's emotions whether positive or negative into a customized workout is her forte, making her client's experience a transformation of the mind as well as the body.

 

Valerie also designs and builds home gyms, thus keeping, her clients equipped to stay in shape whether at home or in the office. For movie locations, Valerie developed the Muscle Truck, a fully outfitted, high-end gym packed neatly into the back of an eighteen-wheel rig. An on site fitness center for Hollywood's power players, the Muscle Truck has been used on such feature films as A Beautiful Mind, The Italian Job, Van Helsing with Hugh Jackman and 13 going on 30 with Jennifer Garner.

 

Valerie lives and trains her clients in Brentwood, California.

 

Name: Valerie Waters

 

Birthday: (12/28)

 

 

Location: Los Angeles, CA

 

 

Website: http://www.valeriewaters.com/

 

 

Diet Detective: Hey Valerie, wonderful that you agreed to be interviewed-I know our readers are excited to hear what you have to say about health and fitness. My first question is something that we all would like to know: How did you get into the health area-what is your background?

 

 

Valerie: I learned to love exercise during high school. I was on the varsity track team and what I learned is greatly responsible for where I am today. I learned that when there is great effort, you get to feel really good about the result. I learned that it feels amazing to power through a challenging workout. I learned that it takes practice to master a new skill. Even now when I try something new, especially if coordination is involved, it takes some time. I don't get it right away but I know if I just run the pattern 8 - 10 times it will start to click. And finally, at this very young age, I learned that exercise could make me feel better. This single facet of physical exercise, the ability to leave negative thoughts or feelings behind a tough workout, has carried me through life's inevitable ups and downs and by the time I graduated high school I was addicted to exercise. I started studying everything about it and eventually ended up at Matrix One, a very exclusive Westside gym. Within one month of becoming a trainer I was booked solid 8 hours a day, and knew I'd found my calling. From there I continued to perfect my technique by studying and staying on top of industry news and working with some of the best in the fitness world.

 

 

Diet Detective: Ok, we're dying to know, what's different when you train a celebrity versus the average "Jane" or "Joe?"

 

 

Valerie: Believe it or not it is about the same, with the exception that when I train an actor there is usually a tighter deadline and they are either going to be on the big screen or photographed on the Red Carpet. This greatly increases one's motivation. In addition to that, it's fun to work with my celebrity clients because they always have good stories, such as, "At the Oscars last night..." or "last weekend I was at a gala at the MET..."

 

 

Diet Detective: What do you do each day? Do you train at a specific gym? Move around a lot.... What is a "day-in-the life" of a celebrity trainer?

 

 

Valerie: I train most of my clients at a small private training facility called Pro Gym, but sometimes I train clients at my home gym. I like to do my own workout first thing in the morning and then have breakfast. From there, I head to Pro Gym for a couple of clients, then back home for lunch, emails, phone calls, etc, and then back to the gym for one or two more clients. Afternoons are more office based, working on my website (http://www.valeriewaters.com/), my new product (http://www.valslide.com/) and my latest project Red Carpet Ready, my 6 week accelerated program now available at http://www.redcarpetready.com/

 

 

Diet Detective: Out of all the celebrities you've trained-who is the hardest working? And why? What can we learn?

 

 

Valerie: Jennifer Garner, Rachel Nichols, and Poppy Montgomery

 

 

These women first made fitness a priority, and then learned to love it. Now they look forward to their time in the gym as well as the results they can both see and feel. I think what people can learn from this is that they didn't really start to love it until after they had committed to it and started experiencing the benefits.

 

 

Diet Detective: You've been called the ultimate fitness problem solver-what do you think the biggest issue that people have when it comes to training and getting in shape?

 

 

Valerie: Usually the hardest part is the diet and/or someone's schedule but it starts with really wanting it. You can wish you were in shape all you want but until you are ready to take action it's not going to happen. Once someone has made the decision to commit, they make it happen. They don't eat the cookie, they don't make excuses and they get up early to workout.

 

 

Diet Detective: Would you mind telling us about the Muscle Truck-I just think that is amazing. How did you come up with the idea?

 

 

Valerie: Basically, the Muscle Truck, is a fully outfitted, high-end gym packed neatly into the back of an eighteen-wheel rig that can be booked on any movie set in any location. The Muscle Truck has been used on such feature films as A Beautiful Mind, The Italian Job, Van Helsing with Hugh Jackman and 13 going on 30 with Jennifer Garner. The idea came about while I was training a client in a remote location. They had a 18 wheeler with some free weights thrown in it, and I thought, "wouldn't this be great if this was set up like a gym at your house with great lighting, air conditioning, the best equipment and a rockin' sound system." So I hired a contractor to build me one.

 

 

Diet Detective: What about the Valslide? How did you come up with that?

 

 

Valerie: The Valslide is my secret weapon. I created it to help my clients get the most effect results in shortest period of time. The unique sliding motion makes the exercises seem easier, but because the Valslide keeps your muscles engaged through the full range of motion it's actually more effective. It is specifically designed for flowing, controlled range of motion that activates the muscles that lift your butt and slim your thighs. I got the idea when I was training at an athletic performance facility and they were doing all these great exercises with a slide board. I loved the concept of the slide board, but I didn't like the idea of it taking up 8 ft. The Valslide uses the same principals of the slide board and then some, and will grant you results that no machine can match. The Valslide will improve your balance, shape your body and help you burn a greater amount of calories in less time. What's not to like about that?

 

 

Diet Detective: How do you get a client motivated to stick to a fitness program?

 

 

Valerie: I simply remind them of their goals. By doing this, they themselves decide to stick to it. If they are complaining about doing the next set, it often just takes me saying:

 

 

"Bikini. Hawaii. 3 weeks. You decide." (or whatever their goal is).

 

 

Diet Detective: Tell us the biggest secret that trainers typically don't tell their clients, but should?

 

 

Valerie: I tell my clients this, but I don't know if other trainers do and that is: When it comes to having the body you want, it is more about the diet than it is about the workout. You still need to workout in order to create shape and build muscle, but in terms of reducing body fat you must pay attention to what you eat.

 

 

Diet Detective: In all your years of training what do you consider the best non-weight related exercise (e.g. lunge)

 

 

Valerie: The Valslide Reverse Lunge. This single exercise delivers the most bang for your buck. You work your glutes, quads, and core, you challenge your balance and you burn a ton of calories.

 

 

Diet Detective: If you could only do only one strength training exercise (using weights) what would it be?

 

 

Valerie: Valslide reverse lunge with one arm pulley row or with a dumbbell shoulder press. By incorporating an upper body exercise with the Valslide reverse lunge you work your entire body.

 

 

Diet Detective: What is the worst strength training exercise? Or one that is the most frequently done incorrectly?

 

 

Valerie: I see so many exercises being massacred and it's usually because they are using too much weight. Proper form is always more important than the amount of weight you are lifting.

 

 

Diet Detective: If you could eat one forbidden or unhealthy food (candy, cakes, etc..) whenever you wanted without gaining weight, what would it be?

 

 

Valerie: Chips and Salsa

 

 

Diet Detective: What is the one food or meal you always eat before training? What do you advise clients to eat?

 

 

Valerie: I don't eat a lot before I workout, but I do want to have something in my system to give me energy. I always have a combination of protein and carbohydrates before I workout. My favorite snack would be a small handful of almonds and an equal amount of California Raisins.

 

 

Diet Detective: What do you consider the world's most perfect food?

 

 

Valerie: My top 4 in order are: 1. Salmon 2. Egg whites 3. Quinoa 4. Broccoli

 

 

Diet Detective: On those days when you're not motivated to work out, but you should, what's the one thought that gets you going?

 

 

Valerie: My motto. Which is: "you are just one workout away from a good mood." I absolutely believe in the power of exercise to put you in a better mood.

 

 

Diet Detective: Do you have a favorite recipe? Can you share it?

 

 

Valerie: ½ cup of oatmeal (cooked according to package), with one scoop of chocolate protein powder stirred in, and topped with 1 tablespoon of California Raisins. This is my favorite breakfast!

 

 

Diet Detective: What person do you respect most, or who motivates you?

 

 

Valerie: Strength and Conditioning Coach, Michael Boyle. http://www.michaelboyle.biz/

 

 

Diet Detective: What do you do to reduce stress/relax/center your mind? Do you participate in an organized relaxation activity such as yoga, meditation or tai chi?

 

 

Valerie: I like yoga but I also find a good circuit weight routing does the same thing.

 

 

Diet Detective: Do you have a Calorie Bargain?

 

 

Valerie: A few strawberries with jus a little warm chocolate sauce. Feels and tastes decadent but is still low calorie.

 

 

Diet Detective: Define failure.

 

 

Valerie: Not trying.

 

 

Diet Detective: What was your worst summer job?

 

 

Valerie: Selling food at the fair at age 14

 

 

Diet Detective: What did you want to be at the age of 5? (as far as a career)?

 

 

Valerie: I'm not sure I was thinking about a career at 5. I remember wanting to be a fairy princess but I don't think that held a lot of potential as a career.

 

 

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Scientists have found an explanation for runners who struggle to increase their pace, cyclists who can't pedal any faster and swimmers who can't speed up their strokes. Researchers from the University of Exeter and Kansas State University have discovered the dramatic changes that occur in our muscles when we push ourselves during exercise.

 

 

We all have a sustainable level of exercise intensity, known as the ‘critical power'. This level can increase as we get fitter, but will always involve us working at around 75-80% of our maximal capacity. Published in the American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, this research shows why, when we go beyond this level, we have to slow down or stop altogether. This is the first time that scientists have looked at processes taking place inside the muscles when we exceed the critical power.

 

 

The study showed that when we exceed our critical power, the normally-stable pH level in our muscles, is quickly pushed to levels typical of exhaustion. Moreover, the level of phosphocreatine in the muscles, a high-energy compound which serves as an energy reserve, is quickly depleted when exercise intensity exceeds the critical power.

 

 

Professor Andy Jones of the University of Exeter, lead author on the paper, said: "The concept of ‘critical power' is well known by sportspeople, but until now we have not known why our bodies react so dramatically when we exceed it. We were astonished by the speed and scale of change in the muscles."

 

 

The research team used a magnetic resonance scanner to assess changes in metabolites in the leg muscles of six male volunteers who exercised just below and just above the critical power.

 

 

The research offers a physical explanation for the experiences of exercisers of all levels of ability. Professor Jones concludes: "The results indicate that the critical power represents the highest exercise intensity that is sustainable aerobically. This means that it is likely to be an important intensity for maximising training gains. Exercising above the critical power cannot be sustained for long because it is associated with changes in the muscle which lead to fatigue."

 

 

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America's escalating interest in health and wellness, the boundless passion for discovering authentic ingredients and cooking techniques from around the globe and the increased desire for local and artisan food are all driving forces in evolving our collective palate. McCormick explored these and other trends to develop the top 10 flavor pairings for 2008.

 

    • Oregano and Heirloom Beans: The intersection of functional food and fantastic flavor, this coupling is an antioxidant powerhouse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

    • Vanilla Bean and Cardamom: A flavor match made in heaven taps into America's growing passion for indulgent, yet approachable luxury.

 

 

 

    • Chile and Cocoa: Old world authenticity in a modern context -- the result is complex heat, depth, dimension and richness.

 

 

 

    • Coriander and Coconut Water: The essence of the tropics coaxes nuances of a chameleon-like spice bringing forth light, clean flavors.

 

 

 

    • Lemon Grass and Lychee: Exotic fruits from far away and the ever-growing popularity of Asian cuisines pave the way for this refreshing match.

 

 

 

    • Red Curry and Masa: This duo brings together Latin and Asian influences to create a unique flavor experience.

 

 

 

    • Orange Peel and Natural Wood: A new taste sensation is born when the smokiness of wood is matched with tangy orange peel.

 

 

 

    • Allspice and Exotic Meats: This adventurous combination represents America's pursuit of experimentation.

 

 

 

    • Poppy Seed and Rose: An elegant and sensuous pair that captures the pursuit of cuisines from North Africa and the Middle East.

 

 

 

    • Rubbed Sage and Rye Whiskey: A powerful, all-American team -- sage is a wonderful complement to the dry, gutsy nature of rye whiskey, a historic brew poised for a great renaissance.

 

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Q&A with Jenna Phillips

Posted by DietDetective Dec 20, 2007

Jenna Phillips is on a mission to motivate and encourage people to make smart lifestyle choices. One source of her own motivation came in February 2000 when she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Jenna tackled the challenge head on by making simple changes including daily physical activity and healthy foods. She began studying nutrition and holistic healing, and became a certified teacher for classes in both spinning and pilates. Since then, Jenna has been developing a loyal following of students and an extensive list of clients whom she personally trains.

 

In February 2007, Jenna’s love of inspiring people to get moving and get healthy motivated her to found her own fitness company, Mission Possible. Featuring her trademark outdoor training sessions, Mission Possible was an instant hit, and people from all over LA were hooked: some still drive over 30 miles to attend a workout.

 

Today Jenna is moving her business to the next level as she makes her students enthusiastic about taking care of themselves. By being active and making smart choices, Jenna has achieved her goal of being able to take only a miniscule amount of insulin to control her diabetes. As a result, she is enjoying a quality of life that has impacted her health as well as every aspect of her life. This balanced approach to nutrition and wellness is the foundation of her business, and she can’t wait to help more people experience the same benefits!

 

Name: Jenna Phillips

 

Birthday: August 6th 1982

 

Location: Los Angeles, CA

 

Website: www.jennaphillips.com

 

Diet Detective: Hey Jenna, so glad that you’re participating in this interview. You’re a wonderful, motivating and powerful force—and we appreciate you sharing some of your wisdom and excitement with DietDetective.com readers. My first question is something that we all would like to know: How did you get into the fitness business?

 

Jenna: Thank you, Charles! It is absolutely my pleasure. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2000. That was how I realized the importance of nurturing my body with healthy food and daily exercise. This became my lifestyle and the benefits I experienced made me passionate about health and fitness. I decided to learn all I could to improve my diabetes even more. I also wanted to teach others how to reach a level of optimal health. I majored in nutrition in college and became certified as a Spinning and Pilates Plus instructor. That’s how it all began!

 

Diet Detective: Can you give me a bit the details behind the name “Mission Possible?”

 

Jenna: Ever since my diagnosis, I have been on a Mission to prove that it was Possible to reverse the severity and complications of diabetes. I want to show everyone, not just diabetics, that they can live more comfortably if they eat consciously and exercise efficiently. So many of my students were amazed that I had dropped some extra pounds and reduced my insulin dosage just from diet and exercise alone. I found myself talking about my grocery list and personal workout routine with so many different people everyday. I realized that I could be of more help if I just invited people to join me on my Mission. And so my company, Mission Possible, came to life! It’s a complete package. I host outdoor group exercises and offer nutritional mentoring and personal training.

 

Diet Detective: I’ve read that you were 30 pounds overweight—looking at you I find that hard to believe—you look amazing. How long did it take to lose the weight and get in shape?

 

Jenna: I was taking so much insulin in the early stages of my diabetes. I was a skinny kid my whole life, and I gained all that weight in just 18 months after my diagnosis. One day, I couldn’t take it anymore. I knew that it was up to me to turn things around. I finally created my own workout and meal plan that was everything but deprivation. It was all about moderation. It took me about 6 months to lose the weight and get my glucose levels under control. At that point, my body needed very little insulin.

 

Diet Detective: How do you get a client motivated to stick to a fitness program?

 

Jenna: I call my clients “agents” because we are all on some kind of a Mission. The most important element of my training is that I make it fun. I never create an atmosphere where my agents feel like working out is a chore so they always look forward to training. We all want instant gratification, but I remind them that Rome wasn’t built in a day. Healthily transforming our bodies cannot happen overnight. If my agents want long lasting results they have to stay committed to a plan. Being active is a must. It’s just like brushing your teeth.

 

Diet Detective: Tell us the biggest secret that trainers typically don’t tell their clients, but should?

 

Jenna: No matter what exercise you are doing you should always use your stomach. Imagine pulling your belly button into your spine. Having a strong core is no different from a house having a strong foundation.

 

Diet Detective: In all your years of training what do you consider the best non-weight related exercise (e.g. lunge)

 

Jenna: Pushups! If they are done correctly they work the entire body all at the same time.

 

Diet Detective: If you could only do only one strength training exercise (using weights) what would it be?

 

Jenna: Squats with a weighted bar. The extra weight gets your heart pumping so it’s almost like doing a little cardio while weight training. Your whole body gets attention because you have to use your core for balance, glutes and legs to squat, and upper body to stabilize the weighted bar. I love multi tasking!

 

Diet Detective: What is the worst strength training exercise? Or one that is the most frequently done incorrectly?

 

Jenna: Lateral deltoid raises with hand weights is one of the most painful ones for me to watch! I often see people using momentum and “throwing” the weights up. This makes their arms go up too high and can cause injury. When done incorrectly, they miss out on the purpose for doing lateral raises in the first place. Deltoids are beautiful muscles and should not be ignored.

 

Diet Detective: Can you tell us about the concept of training the “core.” You talk about using resistance cords, run, sprint, lunge, hike, climb stairs, stretch, jump rope—how is that different?

 

Jenna: That’s just it, there is no difference. All of my exercises are core-based. I teach them in a way that you have to use your core for balance and longevity in each exercise. I make sure that everyone uses their core at all times while training with me. I even encourage people to “engage” their abs while they’re doing nothing at all. Soon enough it becomes second nature. Once the core is strong, every other body part becomes stronger much faster. If the core isn’t strong enough it’s really hard to efficiently work out.

 

Diet Detective: If you could eat one forbidden or unhealthy food (candy, cakes, etc..) whenever you wanted without gaining weight, what would it be?

 

Jenna: Anything chocolate, but definitely LAVA CAKE! Yummy!

 

Diet Detective: What is the one food or meal you always eat before training? What do you advise clients to eat?

 

Jenna: I always make sure to have a good balance of fat, protein, and complex carbs. I usually have a whey protein smoothie before a workout, and I suggest that my agents do the same. They are easily digested and fuel the body. In my smoothies, I always add flax seed oil for my essential fatty acids and Acai berry juice for the phytonutrients and antioxidants.

 

Diet Detective: What’s your favorite breakfast?

 

Jenna: I love egg whites and oatmeal with flax seed. I flavor the oatmeal with cinnamon (very good for you!) and stevia instead of Splenda.

 

Diet Detective: What do you consider the world’s most perfect food? http://community.active.com/blogs/CharlesStuartPlatkin/2007/12/20/q38a-with-jenna-phillips/Please be specific and try not to answer with a category but rather with a specific food item: for example, not “whole grain” but “raisin bran cereal”?

 

Jenna: I’m sure the last two answers gave it away. Flax seed is my favorite ultimate super food. The health benefits of adding this to your diet everyday are endless. Some of the most important things about flax seed is that it lowers cholesterol and has tons of fiber. It’s also loaded with antioxidants and omega-3s. You can literally add flax seed to anything: salads, soups, yogurt, cereal, desert, and you can even bake with it!

 

Diet Detective: On those days when you're not motivated to work out, but you should, what's the one thought that gets you going?

 

Jenna: I will never beat my diabetes if I slack off. My blood sugar levels are higher if I get out of my routine. I remind myself that I’m not staying active for just me alone. My Mission is much bigger than that. I have to set a good example if I want to show people how to attain their optimal level of health and fitness. This is my life’s purpose.

 

Diet Detective: Do you have a favorite recipe? Can you share it?

 

Jenna: I love to throw a bunch of veggies in a pan and sauté them just a bit so they are warm but still crunchy. I make sure to keep the heat on low to medium and spray the pan with olive oil cooking spray. I put carrots, snap peas, bell peppers, squash, tomatoes, red onions, broccoli, and cauliflower all together and add about 2-3 ounces of balsamic vinegar for some low-calorie flavor. After about 5 minutes, I remove the veggies from the heat and put it all on a plate. I finally top off the veggies with a little bit of hummus. Yummy!

 

Diet Detective: What person do you respect most, or who motivates you?

 

Jenna: All of my agents motivate me. I love training with them because I see their focus and perseverance. Watching their bodies transform is so rewarding! I have so much respect for anyone who makes the choice to make the change. I remind my agents that making the decision to get off the couch and come work out with me is the most challenging part. It isn’t easy to get out of a comfort zone. It takes a lot of determination to stick with a routine.

 

Diet Detective: What do you do to reduce stress/relax/center your mind? Do you participate in an organized relaxation activity such as yoga, meditation or tai chi?

 

Jenna: I do yoga whenever I can, but the one thing that relaxes me the most is Reiki. I am a certified practitioner and I do Reiki on myself every night before I go to bed. It’s a Japanese healing technique that allows for deep relaxation, decreases stress, destroys energy blockages, and detoxifies the system. It’s rejuvenating and calming at the same time.

 

Diet Detective: Do you have a Calorie Bargain?

 

Jenna: I love these apple chips that I’ve only seen at Whole Foods. They come in a canister like Pringles. That really makes me feel like I’m buying a true snack food! They are dried and made without any added sugar, but they are so delicious! I love that they are crispy like chips, full of fiber, low in calories, and can totally satisfy me when I want a snack.

 

Diet Detective: What was your worst summer job?

 

Jenna: I was a barista at a coffee shop when I was in high school. I had never consumed more caffeine or sugar in my life! It was endlessly available to me, and I just didn’t know any better back then. I can tell you right now that eating that way did not help my diabetes in any way!

 

Diet Detective: Define failure.

 

Jenna: I view it as the opposite of success in any given situation. I owe all my success (including my health) to having no plan b, no other plan of survival. Failure is not an option for me.

 

Diet Detective: What’s the best book about health that you’ve read?

 

Jenna: The one that is closest to my own beliefs about nutrition is probably The Great American Detox Diet by Alex Jamieson. She was Morgan Spurlock’s girlfriend in the movie Super Size Me. She put him on a very needed detox diet after he ate so much garbage for 30 days! Her book is full of simple recipes. It also has a lot of valuable information to incorporate into the way we buy our groceries and cook at home.

 

Diet Detective: Do you have a pet? Name?

 

Jenna: Not yet! I’ve been wanting to have a little workout buddy. I like Jack Russell terriers. They are so full of energy!

 

Diet Detective: What did you want to be at the age of 5? (as far as a career)?

 

Jenna: I really wanted to be a teacher or a doctor. I guess I’ve always wanted to be a leader and help others. I absolutely love what I do! It is so fulfilling and I wake up morning looking forward to the entire day. I literally have my dream job.

 

Thank you!!!!

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