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Published:September 10th, 2006 06:39 EST
Judyth Piazza chats with Derek Noble, America's Hottest  Trainer

Judyth Piazza chats with Derek Noble, America's Hottest Trainer

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Noble is the host of "Urban Fitness" on Fit-TV and the author of "The Body Noble: 20 Minutes to a Hot Body with Hollywood’s Coolest Trainer."

Noble shows people of all shapes and ages and from all walks of fitness life, how to incorporate the important components of fitness – muscle toning, cardio, stretching, nutrition and relaxation – into one quick, easy-to-follow program that takes about 20 minutes.

In "The Body Noble," Derek Noble reveals how anyone, even with the most hectic schedule, can still manage to work out. You will learn how to take part in a fitness lifestyle plan while:

Sitting in traffic - In your cab or car do the Traffic Jam Pump for a streamlined upper-body workout, which includes the Steering Wheel Squeeze and Abdominal Crunch Squeeze.

Cardio Pump - lose inches and tone your muscles before the holidays walking the streets of New York City.

Stuck at the office - Stay tight and toned with the Office Pump which includes the Seated Abdominal Crunch, Seated Leg Extension, Chair Butt Squat, and Seated Calf Raise.

Cramped on a long flight - Do a full body Jet Set Workout, which includes Overhead Arm Stretch, Seated Neck Stretch, Bend-Over Stretch, Toe Raise, and the Seated Lower-Back Stretch.

In Home Spa - Relax and stretch those achy muscles with some of Noble's Spa Tips for your home.

Derek Noble is host of his own daily show on Fit TV (a cable network from Discovery Channel that launched in January 2004), which currently airs in 35 million homes. Noble has developed his signature line of supplements for the different body types - Lean Machine, Muscle Maker and Fat Fighter.

He has appeared on CNN and Good Day Live in LA. He has been called the hottest current trainer in Out magazine and has also been featured in the Los Angeles Times and TV Guide.

Carol Colman (Larchmont, NY) is the New York Times bestselling coauthor of Curves and many other successful health books.

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