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How Celeb Trainer Bizzie Gold Maintains Wellness

The Editors | April 26, 2019 | People

Bizzie Gold, celebrity trainer and founder of B MVMNT, has brought a new form of fitness to town that uses vibration and shaking movements to heal the body and release pent-up trauma.


If you could only eat three things a day, what would they be? I love drinking Golden Ratio protein shakes in the morning. I can’t live without avocados. Artichokes are also my fave.

Fasting. Yes or no? I think fasting can be a really useful tool overall to bouncing back from illness (acute or chronic). In terms of long fasts (multiple days) or restrictive cleanses, I leave that to once or twice per year and only if my body is starting to fall apart.

What’s one thing you’ve done in the last year to change your health? I’ve been consistently teaching and living my life the same way now for many years. When you do this, each year just keeps getting better because you’ve reversed more cumulative toxicity. I’m turning 34 in a few weeks and I feel healthier and younger than ever.

What’s your favorite indulgence, food or otherwise? Sushi is probably my favorite food. My favorite restaurant by far is Sushi Roku.

What three things do you do to maintain a healthy mental well-being? I teach and use Break Method tools every single day. I do my best to observe my thoughts instead of be controlled by them—not every thought or directive needs to be acted on. I give myself time to unwind and stop trying to force my brain to work.

What’s your dream wellness retreat? A monthlong vacation with my kids in Hawaii—no technology whatsoever.


Photography by: Jennifer Griffith/courtesy of bizzie gold