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JACK AND CHILL

Personal trainer to the stars Jack Hanrahan offers a more relaxed, holistic approach to help people look good and feel healthy
Photography Joseph Sinclair

You’re known for training a lot of celebrities but who was your first?

My problem here is that I’ve signed a lot of non-disclosure agreements [laughs]. All I will say is that I’ve worked in Hollywood. I worked on X-Men: Apocalypse so you can guess the names I mfight [or mfight not] have worked with. The most recent film I worked on was Bohemian Rhapsody and I now have a new-found respect for actors because those guys work damn hard. Fitting in their workouts, I didn’t want to batter them down. A regime for them needs to complement what they’re doing during the day. It should make you look better, feel better, move better — all those things — which is why we take a more rounded approach. Exercise should improve the quality of our life, not just be about destroying ourselves for the sake of aesthetics.

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