Most trainers in the fitness industry put an emphasis on turning everyone into a bodybuilder. For fitness expert Jaron Frand, this mindset is a flawed one that needs to be addressed. And through his work and advocacy, he hopes to create a more optimized goal for people who want to live healthier lives.
Jaron Frand is a fitness coach who helps actors, performers, and show biz professionals grow their confidence and lead healthier lives through his muscle-building and fat loss programs. His deepest mission in life is to support artists by helping raise their energy and vitality, giving them the strength to keep sharing their art with the whole world. Jaron is also the founder of the Get A-List Fitness Method, a 90-day fitness and nutrition mentorship program that has helped many performers achieve their ideal bodies. Through the special work out program, Jaron provides the highest level of support to his clients.
As a coach, Jaron Frand focuses on long-lasting results. Nowadays, most programs aim to get people cut and shredded through near-impossible workouts, diets, and regimens that cause clients to burn out and give up in the long term. Spotting a fundamental problem in the system, Jaron focuses on creating sustainable and balanced plans that people feel good about.
“Restrictive dieting does not work because you’re going to crash and burn, and crazy unrealistic workouts do not work because you want to give up and never work out again,” shares Jaron on fitness’s greatest pain points. “The best way to grow your confidence is to focus on making a sustainable change in your health and your wellness.” For Jaron, consistency is key to gaining results for people from all walks of life.
Jaron Frand has worked with many A-list celebrities. His clientele usually includes actors, directors, producers on Broadway, and touring productions from all over the world. Some celebrities he’s worked with include casts of shows and plays such as “Hamilton,” “Book of Mormon,” “Mean Girls,” “Aladdin,” Dear Evan Hansen,” “Anastasia,” “Emily in Paris,” “Cloak and Dagger,” and Ryan Murphy’s “The Prom,” to name a few.
Jaron has helped many of his artist clients lose anywhere between ten to forty pounds and gain up to ten pounds in pure muscle. He uses his proven and polished techniques through all his years of extensive fitness coaching experience. More than physical improvements, his work involves creating mindset shifts that help people create a better version of themselves that’s hungry and driven to chase after goals.
The best way to support artists and actors, Jaron shares, is to ensure that they are being heard, seen, and understood by their fitness coaches. When working with clients, Jaron continually cultivates a space where actors and performers can discover their true selves and push themselves to a limit they’re happy to reach. His approach is to look for ways to create balance and sustainability that helps the client enjoy the journey to a better version of themselves. Because to Jaron, if the journey isn’t pleasant, we won’t care too much about the destination if we ever reach it.