About Calabrina

In the past Calabrina Boyajian has been the Director Reebok University Resolution Days until the RURD and has been a director of fitness for over 17 years.

Calabrina was a fitness presenters agent(Fitnesspresenters.com) and had a roster of clients such  the Reebok Master Team and others.
Calabrina has also starred on T.V. with Sharon Mann on her show and wrote the Fit Tips for In Shape with Sharon Mann on Fit T.V.

Presently Calabrina is a Lebert master trainer and enjoys teaching various classes at The Granite Club, Glendon Athletic Club of York University and various L.A. Fitness clubs. Cycle, strength, TRX,Gravity and mayo facial release are her favourite classes to teach.
She personal trains clients and specializes in training clients who live with Diabetes.

Philanthropy is dear to Calabrina's heart and used her passion for riding to raise $52,000.00 to build a room in a school in Armenia.
Monteray to Los Angeles.

Media Clips

On set with Melissa Grelo from the T.V. show The Social, March 21, 2016

13 Habits Linked to a Long Life (Backed by Science)

By | April, 2016

Woman in Red With Apple On Her HeadMany people think life expectancy is largely determined by genetics.

However, it seems that genes play a much smaller role than originally believed.

Instead, environmental factors like diet and lifestyle are thought to be the key determinants.

Here are 13 things you can do to increase the chances of seeing your 100th birthday.

1. Avoid Overeating

The link between calorie intake and longevity currently generates a lot of interest.

Research shows that a 10–50% reduction in normal calorie intake may increase maximum lifespan — at least in some animal studies (1).

Studies of human populations renowned for longevity also observe links between low calorie intake, an extended lifespan and a lower likelihood of disease (2, 3, 4).

What’s more, calorie restriction seems to be linked to reduction in excess body weight and belly fat, both of which are linked to shorter lives (5, 6, 7).

That being said, long-term calorie restriction is often unsustainable and can include negative side effects, such as increased hunger, low body temperature and a diminished sex drive (3).

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