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Chris DiVecchio

The practice of self-Discipline is not as powerful as the practice of self-love. Discipline tends to carry a negative connotation that tempts us to rage against the machine as we did towards our parents attempts to “discipline” us when were children.  Self-love on the other hand portrays that we are making a choice in our own best interest.  Doing things out of choice as opposed to out of discipline, brings about the highest level of empowerment that exists.

- Chris DiVecchio

 

DiVecchio has made media headlines such as Good Morning America, The New York Post, Men’s Health and Men’s Fitness for helping his client win the largest weight loss prop bet to date of $1.2 million dollars. This professional poker player shed seventy pounds after his high stakes poker buddies bet him $1.2 million to get from 33% body to below 10% body fat in six months. Chris has also been featured on KTLA Morning News to talk about his book The 5x2 Method Revealing the Power of Your Senses. 

Chris DiVecchio brings an innovative approach to health and fitness with a unique blend of self-development transformation training. With over 20 years of experience, DiVecchio has trained everyone from athletes to models to people just trying to find time to fit in a workout. The majority of his clientele consist of high level executives who have spent their lives building their wealth and success at the expense of their health and wellness and are now truly dedicated to balancing both.

 

As a fitness trainer and lifestyle specialist, Chris understands the importance of maintaining that balance which is why his programs are custom designed to integrate into each individual’s lifestyle.  For many, it can often feel like an interruption.  DiVecchio believes that fitness and lifestyle do not need to live separately which is why he works intently with each client to customize a program that brings these those two worlds together seamlessly and with sustainability. Between work, marriage, kids and social activities, it’s easy for people to get lost and wake up one day wondering what happened? When did I stop caring about my health? 

DiVecchio’s philosophy of 1 v.s. 23 suggests that the 1 hour a day you workout is important but it’s the choices you make with the other 23 hours of your day that have a much greater impact on the quality of your overall health and happiness. He uses a three-fold approach that focuses on nutrition, training and vitamin supplementation to target what he calls preventative health & wellness.  The key component to his program is accountability coaching. He takes the time to properly educate each client while honing their skills with time management and stress management to show just how easy it is to eliminate the excuses and get results.