Tony Alan Molina

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Tony Alan Molina
Born (1969-05-06) 6 May 1969 (age 51)
Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States
Occupation Personal Trainer, Entrepreneur

Tony Alan Molina (born 6 May 1969) in Bridgeport, Connecticut) is an American personal trainer and entrepreneur. He has been featured in various publications including Vogue, Self[1][2], Fitness, The Wall Street Journal, Shape[3], Men’s Health[4], W, US Weekly, Hampton, The New York Post, Essential Homme[5], Parents, and Women’s Health. He has also been featured by VH1 as a celebrity trainer in the “Hollywood’s Tightest Bodies[6]” special and as fitness expert commentator for the Oscars Red Carpet by US Weekly, In Touch, and W Magazine. He is also a columnist for Spry Magazine[7].

Career

Tony began his professional career in physical fitness in 1992, at a leading wellness center in Connecticut, where he focused on pre-post operative and pre-postnatal conditioning, weight loss, injury rehabilitation, and sports conditioning.

Today Tony works as a high-end and celebrity personal trainer in New York City. He is the creator of the Multiple Planes of Resistance ("MPR") conditioning system.

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