Autumn Calabrese is a celebrity trainer, best-selling author, and working mom who revolutionized the Beachbody® fitness model with her simple approach to portion control. She has held certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), American Fitness Professionals & Associates (AFPA) and has taken home top-10 titles from national-level bikini competitions.
Her breakthrough hit workout, 21 Day Fix® and follow-up 21 Day Fix Extreme®, have been Beachbody’s top-selling franchise for the past two years, while her cookbook FIXATE™ has sold more than 400,000 copies.
Autumn then went on to collaborate with bodybuilder Sagi Kalev to create the body-sculpting program, The Master’s Hammer and Chisel™. In the summer of 2016, she released her hot, new, dance workout program, Country Heat, bringing fun to cardio fitness for people around the country.
Autumn has also launched the FIXATE™ Cooking Show—a healthy cooking series featuring simple, delicious recipes, all perfectly portion-controlled that streams only on Beachbody On Demand. On FIXATE™ she cooks alongside her brother, Chef Bobby Calabrese, to bring innovative, satisfying food to those who want to eat well and lose weight. Autumn’s storied career and successes have resulted in millions of people leading healthier lives.
– Autumn Calabrese
Disappointments, letdowns and negativity are familiar beasts that have woven themselves throughout Autumn’s life story. From unsupportive people, to devastating injuries and interruptions, she has had more than her fair share to overcome. Autumn though, always remained unwavering in the pursuits of her passions and relentless in the face of adversity. In the highly competitive world of training and physical fitness, Autumn’s success is due to her hard work, desire for success and her passion for health and wellness. While it hasn’t always been easy, Autumn has earned her place as a thought leader in the nutrition and fitness industry. When people told her she wouldn’t make it or she wasn’t good enough, she had just one thought, “Watch me.”