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Dan Isaacson, “Hollywood Trainer Extraordinaire” inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame

Fitness is how kind we much you care about your clients, how much you care about people, how much you are willing to sacrifice for them!
Dan Isaacson

Dan Isaacson Hollywood's Premier Fitness Expert was inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame at the 2024 National Fitness Hall of Fame (NFHOF) Induction Ceremony & Awards Dinner.

Dan has been a leader in the fitness, health, and entertainment industry for over 35 years. He is a pioneer, innovator, and creative entrepreneur in the personal training movement. He developed the first science-based fitness program for appearance changes needed for stars Tom Hanks, John Travolta, Johnny Depp, and Billy Crystal on blockbuster productions including Staying Alive, City Slickers, Karate Kid, Forest Gump, Superman, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Matrix.

At the FX Networks Premiere of the production- The People v OJ Simpson: American Crime Story with John Travolta and Kelly Preston

Dan and his company developed the first on-lot fitness facilities featuring sports, health, and wellness programming at Paramount and Sony Pictures. Dan was the first Fitness Editor on network television for ABC Good Morning America and is a past Executive Director for the California Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports with Chair, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Dan is currently a scientific advisor at the Foundation for Global Community Health.

Co-starred in the Workout with Weights video with Jane Fonda

Dan is a writer, The Equation, creator of fitness video programs, New You Next Week, Dan Isaacson’s Body Makeover for Total Gym, and co-starred with Jane Fonda in her first video for weight training entitled, Workout with Weights.

At the Olympic games in Montreal in 1976 with Nicole Kramer the youngest American on the team

Dan has appeared on many television shows and in national magazines and print media including CNN, CBS This Morning, Oprah, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Glamour, Shape, People, and Time.



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