Watch this clip from Austalia’s The Morning Show where Larry and Kylie chat to the man behind Demi Moore’s ‘Striptease’ body, Celebrity Trainer Greg Joujon Roche.
HE is responsible for Gisele Bundchen’s bootie, has sculpted Spiderman’s guns and is the man behind Demi Moore’s unforgettable bod in flick Striptease. Greg Joujon Roche is the trainer celebrities including Brad Pitt, Pink, Leonardo De Caprio and Tobey Maguire call when they need to be whipped into shape. Read more at Sydney Confidential…
We’d start with an 11-Day HolistiCleanse™. That really sets the tone for your fitness experience. It basically recalibrates your taste buds and metabolism, as well as setting the slate and tone for the hard work ahead. Read more about how Pink stays in rockstar shape in Greg’s exclusive interview with Shape Magazine.
Greg worked with Rachel Weisz, lead actress in The Bourne Legacy, to sculpt her body with a “calorie-blasting fusion of cardio, strength and flexibility for 1.5 hour sessions, three to five days per week.” Going into her training with Greg, she said, “I want to get strong, get fit and get self-empowered. I want to […]
Brooke Burke was just featured on Modern Mom talking about our workout DVDs. She also just completed one of my cleanses and is looking sexier than ever! Check out Brooke and the Baboosh Babes in the Sexy Six-Week Slim Down!
Fitness Magazine celebrates its 20th anniversary of fitness. Greg’s work with Demi Moore on G.I. Jane crowns the greatest fitness film moments. Also, Greg’s work with Gwen Stefani in creating those “Rock (Hard) Star Ab’s” changing the image of the female singer, bringing athleticism to the stage.
Greg gives some tips on sculpting your obliques in this month’s Details Magazine. Think “Brad Pitt” in Troy or Fight Club…
Greg is featured in Women’s Health promoting his DVD with Brooke Burke.
Greg and Brooke’s Strength and Conditioning DVD starring Brooke Burke makes Shape’s “HOT LIST” for January 2012.
Gregory Joujon-Roche was again featured in Oprah’s January issue. This year he spoke of things to start the year off right like, exercising regularly, optimism and creating an eating plan. These goals can change and even drop off, so at some point you need to re-evaluate yourself and maybe even increase the challenge.