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Steve Farina

Steve Farina

Here to revolutionize how fitness and nutrition industry leaders connect to other extraordinary people who are living positive, active, and truly inspirational lives, is visionary and status-quo-breaker Steve Farina. Through this innovative platform, Steve empowers a community to come together to share their stories, support each other's goals, and learn and grow together. Steve knows that fitness goes much deeper than how you look, and that one's real power lies in their strength of character, having the guts to take chances, and commitment to helping others. Steve understands the supreme dedication, focus, and passion it takes to come out on top; not just in the athletic arena, but in the broader sense of life, because he himself embodies those same core values. Welcome to The Finest in Fitness. 

 

Jim Pasqualino

Jim Pasqualino

When Jim joined the Police Academy, everything changed. For the first time fitness was about more than just looks; it was about his safety working as an officer. He hit the gym and over the next 5 years he grew from 140lbs to 170lbs. Working 2, sometimes 3 police jobs, Jim fell into the trap of making excuses and eating out of convenience. Double shifts with little sleep turned into months without the gym: the always-on-the-go police lifestyle took over. But then Jim recommitted. As he planned out diets, went back to the gym, and gained the size and strength that was essential for performing on the job, Jim found that he wanted to take it to the competition realm. Today Jim is a part of team Physique Doctor, and can say that he is truly living the fitness and nutrition lifestyle.

Christine Anne

Christine Anne

This small town girl is a fit model, author, and FSN Pro. Her typical day begins at 4am at the gym, then it's off to the hospital, where she is the Sr. Public Affairs Specialist for UW Surgery, working with world-class surgeons developing and promoting clinical programs that directly benefit patient care. Come 5pm, it's back to the gym.

MoeKnowsBest

MoeKnowsBest

These days it seems like everyone wants the fame without actually doing anything to deserve it. Reality TV has made stars out of nobodies, breeding an "I could be next" mentality among an entire generation. The aftermath: the flood of shameless self-promotion via social media, that is, at best, an illusion of substance. While I am the first to admit that exposure has its value, that exposure means nothing if you don't have the character, talent, drive, and quality work to back it up. I have never been after the fame, as I've always understood the value of being "behind the scenes," strategically positioning myself as a crucial asset in making it all happen.