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INTERVIEWS, SEMINARS, LECTURES

Phil Is Available For Interviews, Seminars, Lectures, Guest Appearances And More. In Addition To Being A Recognized “Gym Face” In Most Los Angeles Gyms, Phil Is Also Frequently Seen On Set For Fox, ABC, CBS, Etc. With His Clients And Other Professionals Seeking His Nutritional And Training Guidance. Phil Has Also Been A Featured Health Expert At Phuket Cleanse, One Of Thailand’s Premiere Resorts, And Is Available For International Bookings.

Contact: Phil@Trainedbyphil.Com

KTLA 5 News

A Decade by Decade Guide to Staying Fit & Healthy With Certified Trainer Phil Catudal.

Celebrity Trainer Suggests Catering Your Workout To Your Body Type

Personal trainer and author of “Just Your Type”, Phil Catudal joined to share how our body types impact how we should be working out.

Interview On BeondTV

Want to know how to eat and train for YOUR body type? Watch Phil explain it all here…

KTLA 5 Morning News

Ultimate Guide To Eating and Training Right, New Book ‘Just Your Type’ With Phil Catudal.

Natalie Eva Marie Podcast

This podcast is available in full at Podcast so check it out! This clip is a snippet of us discussing my book and how different body types (somatotypes) have different characteristics.

James Corden Show

Celebrity Trainer Phil Catudal carries Katie Couric down the stairs on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”

CBS 2 NEWS, NY

Celebrity Trainer Phil Catudal on CBS 2 NEWS, NY, speaks about the costs of being a trainer, commuting, and being an entrepreneur in Los Angeles.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ADAPTOGENS AND HOW DO THEY WORK?

These natural roots, herbs and berries help defeat stress, and all the illnesses that come with it.

The Best Cardio Exercise To Do At Home

Can’t afford to go to a gym or buy expensive fitness equipment? Want to stay fit but don’t have the time? Just do your cardio exercises at home! They are fun, simple to do, and cost next to nothing.

A Fitness Mission Forged By Childhood Cance

Los Angeles celebrity fitness trainer and author Phil Catudal, 30, remembers having cancer as a kid. In fact, he doesn’t remember anything before. “I remember the faces of the doctors and nurses at the hospital and the shots and the lumbar punctures.”

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