• Jeff Cavaliere is a fitness trainer and YouTuber, best known for founding ATHLEAN-X
• He holds a Bachelor's degree in Physioneurobiology and a Master's degree in Physical Therapy
• He has a Strength and Conditioning Certificate from the National Strength and Conditioning Association
• Jeff has worked with professional football and baseball players, and the New York Mets
• He has an estimated net worth of over $2.5 million
Who is Jeff Cavaliere? Wiki Bio
Jeff Cavaliere was born in Connecticut USA, on 28 June 1975, so his zodiac sign is Cancer and he holds American nationality. He is a fitness trainer and a YouTuber, best known for founding the company ATHLEAN-X.
Early life and education
Jeff was raised an only child in Connecticut by his father who was a businessman, and his mother who was a lawyer. He grew up watching movies and series on TV starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as well as Sylvester Stallone, and Jeff became interested in working out, wanting to become a bodybuilder such as them.
He attended a public high school where he was playing soccer and baseball for the school’s teams, and it was there that he realized how working out at the gym could help him perform better at these sports. He began exercising with weights at the age of 16, but worked out at home as he was still too embarrassed to go to the gym.
Upon matriculation, Jeff enrolled at the University of Connecticut from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in physioneurobiology in 1997, then went on to obtain his Master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Connecticut as well, in 2000.
He has also earned his Strength and Conditioning Certificate from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Career as a fitness instructor
Jeff launched his career in 2001 when he started working as a personal trainer, as well as a physical therapist for professional football and baseball players, with one of the most famous people he has worked with being Mark Johnson, a baseball player who played first base from 1995 to 2002 for three teams including the New York Mets.
Jeff continued working with Mark for several years before he was invited by the New York Mets to serve as their physical therapist, which was a dream come true for him as it has been his favorite baseball team since he was a kid. He stayed with them for three years, while the Mets won the National League East Championship in 2006. Jeff went on to launch his training system – ATHLEAN-X – shortly after leaving the Mets in 2009.
He is also a bit of a writer, as he was writing for the magazine “Men’s Fitness” in 2004, while he has also written and published his books “Major League Insider Training Manual”, as well as “The Teen Sports Nutrition Blueprint”.
Jeff is very popular on the internet. His Instagram account “athleanx” is followed by almost two million people, while Jeff has uploaded nearly 1,000 pictures onto it – a part of his bio section reads ‘If you want to look like an athlete you’ve got to train like an athlete!’ He mostly uploads pictures of his workout routine as well as of his muscular body. Jeff is also active on Twitter where he has nearly 45,000 followers.
Jeff launched his YouTube channel on 16 December 2006 which is currently subscribed to by close to 10 million people, and counts an impressive 1.45 billion views of all his videos combined.
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Good exercise. Good tunes. Good pump. Another good day in quarantine. Cable squeeze press in action. Cables are set wide forcing me to adduct hard every rep. The shake is real! I’m fried! #chest #workout #anotherdayinquarantine #pecs #chestexercise #arnoldwasright #thepump #athleanx #jeffcavaliere #teamathlean
In the channel’s description section, one can read ‘Earn from the physical therapist and strength coach Jeff Cavaliere, exactly what he does with his professional athlete and celebrity clients. You can learn how to get six pack abs, bigger biceps, more muscle definition, better legs, a bigger chest, wider back and how to improve your overall athleticism.’ Two of his most popular videos are “TOP 5 WORST EXERCISES (Stop Doing These!!)” which has been seen over 17 million times since it was uploaded on 17 April 2014, and “How to Fix “Low Back” Pain (INSTANTLY!)” which has been seen more than 17 million times since 7 October 2017.
Love life and wife
Jeff met his future other half at a party sometime in the ‘90s, but the two dated for over 10 years before marrying in 2008 – Jeff is still keeping her out of the spotlight, and has even managed to keep her name a secret. She gave birth to their first son in 2016, followed by their second son born just several minutes later. The family of four is currently living together in New York City. It is widely believed that his wife encouraged him to leave the New York Mets and launch his own company,
There are rumors circulating the internet which are linking Jeff to several female Instagram stars, while another rumor has it that he has also had an affair with an actress, however, none of these have been confirmed and Jeff hasn’t commented on them.
Jeff’s wife was once in a long-term relationship, but left the man after falling in love with Jeff.
Hobbies and other interests
Jeff is a huge fan of baseball and the New York Mets, and is planning to return and work for them as soon as his sons get a bit older. He likes to attend live matches as well as to watch games on TV with his friends and colleagues. Jeff still works out at the gym six to seven times per week, and is following a strict diet which includes six meals per day focused on protein, vegetables and fruits. His breakfast almost always includes pumpkin oatmeal and skimmed milk, and it is followed by a protein shake made with bananas and strawberries.
He eats chicken meat and yoghurt for lunch which is followed by another snack, and he usually has tuna or sweet potatoes for dinner. He has another protein shake at 10pm.
Jeff enjoys watching movies late at night with his wife, and some of his favorite actors and actresses are Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Angelina Jolie, while his favorite movies include “The Terminator”, the franchise “The Fast and the Furious”, and “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider”.