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Who is Jeff Cavaliere?
Jeff Cavaliere is a social media personality, personal trainer, and fitness guru, best known for serving as the Head Physical Therapist and Assistant Strength Coach for the professional baseball team, the New York Mets. He helped the team to multiple National League East Championships during the 2006 and 2008 seasons, and has coached some of the sport’s best-known players, including pitchers such as Pedro Martinez and Tom Glavine. He also helped train David Wright, Carlos Delgado and Billy Wagner. He runs his own YouTube channel, and also promotes various fitness programs online.
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It’s always awesome when I get a chance to hang out with one of the “good guys” in the industry and spend some time talking shop. Joe DeFranco of @defrancosgym is a true pro, is as real as it gets, and is someone I respect greatly. Believe me, nobody appreciates a no B.S., straight shooting, passionate coach more than me…and Joe is that guy. It was a pleasure and an honor to be a guest on the Industrial Strength Show podcast. We had a great time recording this and I think you’re going to enjoy it as well. You can catch the podcast either on iTunes or at https://defrancostraining.com/jeff-cavaliere #jeffandjoe #notyoutubers #coaches #straightshooters #fitness #training #joedefranco #jeffcavaliere #athleanx #teamathlean
Jeff Cavaliere Net Worth
How rich is Jeff Cavaliere? As of early-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $2 million, mostly earned through success in various fitness endeavors. His popularity and skill as a personal trainer and physical therapist eventually helped him land a job in professional sports. He’s since used that popularity to propel his services and his own brand to a wider audience. As he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Is Jeff Cavaliere Married?
Jeff is married and he often features his wife in his YouTube videos. They also recently had twin boys which came 13 weeks earlier than expected. He also mentioned that he is close to his extended family, but doesn’t shared many details about them.
Jeff Cavaliere Age, Height, Weight
Jeff Cavaliere was born on 28 June 1975, in the United States of America and he is 42 years old. According to various sources, his height is at 5 feet 8 inches and he weighs at around 85 kilograms. He is also known by the alias “Athlean X” which is also the name of the fitness program he promotes and sells.
Jeff Cavaliere YouTube, Instagram, Social Media
Cavaliere maintains a YouTube channel which has amassed popularity over time and now has over 4.8 million subscribers. He mainly posts videos on various workout exercises and proper ways to apply each exercise. He also does videos on what not to do, and how to fix bad posture and the like. He posts several videos a week, and some of his recent videos include “The Best Triceps Exercise for Mass”, “Your Abs Are Weak”, and “Lat Pulldowns”. His videos generally gather over 200,000 views each, and consistently increase over time. His most popular videos have over eight million views, and some of them include “Top 5 Worst Exercises”, “How to Get Big Arms”, and “How to Fix Anterior Pelvic Tilt”. He also maintains several social media accounts, including on Twitter which has over 28,000 followers. He mainly promotes his videos on the website and also does exercise tips. He also an Instagram too, with over 460,000 followers and the page mostly does videos on proper exercise form. He promotes his personal website -Athleanx.com – which aims to help people find the right program depending on their fitness goals. Some of the programs he sells on the website include “Max/Shred”, “Max/Size”, and “Athlean Xero”.
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Working on my Halloween costume! Obnoxious crossfitter? Kidding of course! Some of my best friends are crossfitters. Nope, more like Jesse! Just have to work on growing that beard by the 31st…oh…and being more obnoxious!! #notcrossfit #athleanx #halloweencostume #fitness #gymlife #ithinkillbesomethingelse #jeffcavaliere #teamathlean
Jeff Cavaliere Biography/Wiki
Jeff began his interest in fitness at a young age, seeing the physique of various action stars and bodybuilders such as Arnold Schwarzenegger. He aimed to gain a similar frame, but didn’t start going to the gym until he was in high school. He was introduced to weight lifting while taking sports classes, and he also played soccer as well as baseball. With the intent to pursue a career in the fitness industry, he took Physioneurobiology at the University of Connecticut, and after graduating pursued a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy in the same school. He also became a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. After completing his studies, he quickly earned popularity, and his net worth started to increase with numerous opportunities. Despite wanting to work for the New York Mets, he wasn’t qualified so he opened his own private practice while aiming to get a job with the team. After working several years as a physical therapist, he then started working with a few baseball professionals which helped him get a job in MLB, and he then found a job with the New York Mets.
After a few years of Cavaliere working with the Mets, he realized that he didn’t want the grueling travelling that came with the job, and considered a different path. Recent marriage also led him to a desire to stay closer to home. He left the Mets in 2009 and then started writing various workout books. He also developed a training system which would eventually become Athlean X. His hard work paid off as he started working with other celebrities and athletes, including David Beckham, Terrell Owens and Rafael Nadal. He is an advocate of having a diet that consists of six smaller meals spread throughout the day. His meals have complex carbs, lean protein, fruits and vegetables. He also takes in protein shakes. Now, he continues to have a steady source of income in the form of his programs and high profile clients.
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