Jan 5, 2023
Hollywood fitness coach, Don Saladino, shares how he transforms
actors into superheroes, his strategies for building a thriving
fitness business, and the mindset you need to improve any aspect of
your health and fitness.
From turning Hugh Jackman into Wolverine to helping a nearly 900
pound woman lose 500 pounds, Don has seemingly done it all. How has
he gotten to where he is today? Discipline, consistency, and a
whole lot of passion; the same ingredients you need to achieve your
health and fitness goals!
Don has been a health and fitness coach to actors, athletes, and
musicians for over 20 years. He has developed a reputation for
training some of the biggest names in Hollywood for the big screen.
Don is also a keynote speaker and fitness entrepreneur who has
expanded from brick and mortar gyms to a thriving global online
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- Don speaks on the difference between training actors in order
to change their bodies for movies and training everyday people for
long-term health and wellness. He also details his strategy for
training superhero actors like Hugh Jackman for Wolverine.
- How can the everyday person to train like a superhero? Don
emphasizes the importance of a high level of discipline,
consistency, having a vision and a plan, and tracking your
- Don shares the most common misconceptions and mistakes people
are making in their health and fitness journeys (and the key to
- What’s the key to looking and feeling your best? Is it diet? Is
it training? It’s neither… it’s mental. What does that mean? Tune
in to hear Don’s candid thoughts!
- Don and Chase discuss his approach to training morbidly obese
people (500+ pounds) and the emotional blockages that can arise for
extreme weight loss clients.
- Stay tuned for simple nutrition advice for those of you who
want to become the Wolverine (but mostly for Chase). Plus, Don
shares his very passionate reasoning behind why you don’t need to
be in a caloric deficit to improve body composition.