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Kathy Kaehler

Kathy Kaehler, author, celebrity trainer, spokesperson and mother of three who has devoted her life to helping people live happy, productive and healthy lives. Beyond creating fun workouts, She has tackled topics including stress management, nutrition, how to get a good night's sleep and how to stay sexy and satisfied. Kaehler believes that everyone, at any age should adopt a lifestyle that incorporates fitness, good nutrition and a positive outlook.

She appeared on the Today Show for 13 years as the show's fitness correspondent while training such celebrities as Julia Roberts, Michelle Pfeiffer, Cindy Crawford, Jennifer Aniston, Denise Richards, Claudia Schiffer and Kim Basinger. Most recently, her work with Kim Kardashian has led to a downloadable workout series called "Kim Kardashian Workout Video...Exercises Fit For a Princess."

As a prolific and best-selling author, Kaehler has written about teens, pre- and post-pregnancy fitness and the menopausal woman. Her books include Teenage Fitness, Kathy Kaehler's Celebrity Workouts and the best-selling Real World Fitness and Fit and Sexy for Life. Her video and DVD titles include, "New Dimensions" (with Cindy Crawford), "Ultimate Fit Kids", "Kathy Kaehler Workout Class" and "Kathy Kaehler Total Fitness Workout".

Kaehler has been a contributing writer to Elle, Self and Women's Sports and Fitness; her workouts and training tips have appeared in In Style, Us Weekly, Shape, Fitness, Family Circle, Health, More, Allure, Marie Claire, and Woman's Day. She is a regular contributor to MSNBC.com and writes a monthly column for the Los Angeles Daily News that is syndicated to major markets. She has also appeared on The View, The Megan Mullally Show and The Best Damn Sports Show.

For more on Kathy, go to: kathykaehlerfitness.com.

Kathy Kaehler has created a tailored guide for divorced women to get fit after divorce. Click below:

The Divorced Girl's Guide to Health And Fitness

Kathy Kaehler

Most Recent Articles

Hi Everyone! Going through a divorce can be extremely stressful, and many of us often turn to food to get through it ... especially comfort food loaded with fat and calories.Well, I've got something that really will help make you feel better…

How Do I Curb Post-Workout Hunger?

Wednesday, 09 January 2008 10:58
Q: I'm so hungry after a workout, how can I curb my appetite and the urge to reward myself for even making it to the gym?A: Before you get to the gym make sure you have the proper fuel in your system to help you through your workout. The best…

Exercise: Should I Run On A Sore Knee?

Wednesday, 23 January 2008 10:02
Q: Exercise — I ran a little yesterday and today my knee is a little sore. If it's still sore tomorrow do you think it's okay to run on it?A: Running is a great exercise to burn calories and to improve your cardiovascular system but it's…

Exercise: How Do I Target My Butt And Thighs?

Thursday, 10 January 2008 10:06
Q: Exercise — My problem areas are my butt and thighs, kind of like jello...help! Can you recommend specific exercises?A: My favorite exercise for these areas is my signature card lunges and squats. Find a deck of cards and grab 20. Hold &

Food: What kind of nuts?

Friday, 18 January 2008 10:05
Q: Food — What kind of nuts are best for energy pre- and post-workout?A: Almonds, almonds, almonds. I love them. Get them as organic as you can. Raw with nothing on them. Count out two or three servings and snack on them throughout the&

Exercise: Elliptical vs. Treadmill

Friday, 11 January 2008 09:53
Q: Exercise — Which machine will help me lose weight faster: The elliptical or the treadmill?A: Both machines will get your heart rate up to help you lose weight. Because these are cardiovascular machines, you're using large muscles in a&
Q: Exercise — How can I weight train without bulking up? I just want to get more toned.A: You won't bulk up. We as women don't have enough testosterone in our bodies to get big. What you will get is toned. Muscle also takes up&

Food: Why Eat Six Small Meals Per Day?

Wednesday, 16 January 2008 10:13
Q: Food — Why is it a good idea to eat five or six small meals per day? How does that help your body?A: Eating smaller meals more frequently is the best way to keep your blood sugar at a good level. By taking your meals more frequently,…

Exercise and Food: Exercise vs. Diet?

Tuesday, 08 January 2008 16:43
Q: Exercise and Food — My divorce was final two years ago and I'm trying to get fit, not only for dating, but for my own well-being. Is exercise more important than changing my eating habits?A: Doing both is very important to get and keep …
Q: Exercise — I really want to get back into the dating pool. Can you recommend a fast-track action plan?A: The best way to get yourself in shape fast that doesn't take a lot of thought is to walk. Walking is the best way to burn fat and…

Exercise: How Can I Firm My Lower Half?

Monday, 14 January 2008 09:30
Q: Exercise — First Wives World blogger Faith Eggers asks: What can I do to tone-up my lower half while leaving my upper half alone? I've toned up enough on top from carrying Adrian (my 15-month-old son) around all day, but my lower half…

Food: What's A "Small" Portion?

Thursday, 17 January 2008 10:16
Q: Food — How do I know if I'm eating a "small" portion of something?A: A good way to start is to simply get out your measuring cup — the ones you use when you cook — to get a handle on how much you're eating right&

Exercise: Is Using A Pedometer A Good Idea?

Monday, 21 January 2008 10:09
Q: Exercise — Should I use a pedometer to count up my steps? I've seen so many people using them.A: A pedometer is a great little tool. I use mine whenever I can. Keep it right next to your bed or in your closet so that you can attach…

Exercise: How Can I Get Rid Of Cellulite?

Tuesday, 22 January 2008 10:05
Q: Exercise — Is there anything besides liposuction I can do to get rid of my cellulite? What specific kinds of toning exercises might I try to smooth and tighten my "cottage-cheese" thighs?A: This is my own personal opinion, but stay&

Exercise: How Can I Tighten My Belly?

Thursday, 24 January 2008 10:08
Q: Exercise — I've had three kids and I'm trying to flatten and tighten my belly. Nothing seems to work. In your experience, what works for this? Since you've had three kids, I thought you might know!A: I definitely have some…
Q: Food — First Wives World blogger Michelle Rosenthal asks: How can I curb my post-workout sweet tooth?A: The best way to halt those sugar craving is to have a balanced protein/carb snack ready post-workout. I always have a bowl of …
Q: Food — First Wives World blogger Michelle Rosenthal asks: How much does drinking (wine, beer, mixed drinks) affect weight loss? Also, what are some quick home exercises for days when getting to the gym is impossible?A: Drinking alcohol …
Q: Food — First Wives World blogger Michelle Rosenthal asks: Those 100-calorie snack packs seem to be the new "it" snack these days. Is it all just a new marketing ploy or can they be substituted for traditional snacks and not sabotage …

Exercise: How Can I Ease Sore Muscles?

Wednesday, 30 January 2008 09:38
Q: Exercise — First Wives World blogger Faith Eggers asks: Sometimes after a workout (generally the next day) I feel very sore. I'm doing your stretches beforehand, is there anything else I can do to ease sore muscles?A: Following&

Exercise: Is There A Right Way To Breathe?

Thursday, 31 January 2008 09:50
Q: Exercise — First Wives World blogger Faith Eggers asks: I've heard that there's a right and wrong way to breathe while working out. Is this true? If so, what is it?A: Breathing is very important during exercise especially if…
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