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Giulini Wever is a Student, Teacher, and Artist. Growing up she was a student, learning discipline through martial arts. She currently uses what she has learned to teach others how to feel and be strong. And as an artist, she finds inspiration through the artistic expression of acting and modeling. Guilini loves to empower others and is an inspiration to many!

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What is your greatest motivation?

My greatest motivation is life itself! To truly live a life that’s impactful! To be able to achieve all my dreams and share it with my family, friends and contribute to the world. To help put an end to all animal sufferings by being their voice is my greatest motivation. Create peace, happiness, love & success all around me.

What is your greatest motivation?

My father taught me how to defend myself, and to always remember my self-worth. To stand up for myself and others, to always be generous, kind and humble.

What is your favorite thing about Martial Arts?

The warrior strength it creates within!

What is CreationFit?

am the founder of CreationFIT, the signature method that combines functional training with martial arts for an overall body, mind and spirit connection. It is a series of workouts created to lengthen, strengthen, tone, increase flexibility & build stamina. My exercise videos are on Pop Sugar Fitness and CreationFIT is recognized as a favorite among the Victoria’s Secret Angels Boxing and Toning workout.

How long have others been training?

Over the last 7 years I’ve built an empowering Fitness Training business with a client list of notable models, actors and celebrities with being affiliated with many national brands such as Mazda, Fam Brand and Reebok.

What is your favorite thing about training?

Transforming lives from the inside out. Sculpting bodies without surgery… the results are rem! Knowing that you made a life long impact in someone’s life, is rewarding.

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What is the most difficult thing about personal training?

You have no control over their actual results. Within the hour of teaching you try to train them as efficient as you can and hope they connect with their mind and body. I try to empower them to stay committed to the exercise plan created for them in hopes they follow. Most of the time, they have no understanding of their own body and their attention span is really short, so I keep the workouts dynamic.

"Being fit is sexy! To me it represents someone who cares enough about themselves..."

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How does being fit empower you? Being fit is sexy!

To me it represents someone who cares enough about themselves knowing that if they empower themselves to be their very best everyday that they are able to empower others.

What sign are you? Best and worst traits?

Pisces all the way! Best traits: compassionate; understanding; artistic, loyal, adaptive, loving and a visionary. Worst traits: perfectionist, workaholic, escapist, deeply emotional and indecisive sometimes.

What is your favorite activewear brand?

Favorite activewear brand is Nike, Reebok, Koral and Alo Yoga.

What is your go-to fashion piece?

Fitness comfortable wear with a fashion element to it!

Travel Friendly Fitness

Staying active and healthy is always easier when there’s a routine. Having access to healthy food and a gym can definitely help keep you on track. Don’t worry — you can still get a full-body workout when you’re on the go, without using any weights or machines. Workout your arms, core, and legs anywhere with these 3 simple accessible and gym-free exercises:

Plank

The tried and true plank is always a favorite exercise! It works the abs, back and shoulders. Anyone can do it, anywhere, and no weights are needed. Challenge yourself by increasing the amount of time you hold it.

Steps

  1. In push-up position, engage your core ensuring your back is flat and you are supporting your lower back with your lower abs.

 2.  Hold this position for 30 seconds.

3. Do this 3 times, holding longer for an added challenge.

Squats

The age-old squat never fails! This exercise works the quads, hamstrings and glutes all in one. This movement can be performed by anyone at anytime.

Steps

1. Stand with your feet shoulder width apart, engaging your core.

2. Squat as if you are sitting in a chair until your upper legs are parallel to the floor, do not let your knees go past your toes.

3. Do 2 sets of 15. Try working your way up to more reps for an added challenge.

Overhead Arm Raises

This exercise works shoulders, biceps, triceps and deltoids. It does wonders without weights and can be performed with dumbbells for a more advanced workout.

Steps:

In a seated position, lean back slightly to engage your core, and keep your chest lifted. (If using dumbbells choose weights that are comfortable to lift overhead)

1. Lift arms directly overhead.

2. Bend elbows until upper arm is parallel to the floor, keeping shoulders down.

3. Lift arms back overhead.

4. Do 3 sets of 20 reps.

Arm Sculpting

Resistance bands are a great tool for conveniently adding strength training to your home or on the go workout. From rehabilitation to strength training without weights, resistance bands allow for a variety of workout types — plus they’re cost effective and great for traveling. Different lengths and strengths allow you to choose the intensity depending on your workout and level of fitness. A great way to get lean, toned arms is to use a resistance band for biceps, triceps and shoulders. Here are some simple exercises to work these areas. For each exercise, try performing 8-20 reps, 2-3 times.

Biceps: Standing Biceps Curl

1. Position feet over the center of the band, shoulder width apart and grip the band palms facing up.

2. Pull the band towards your shoulders bending at your elbows, contracting your biceps, making sure that your wrists are straight, not bent.

3. Lower back down slowly and repeat 10-15 curls.

Triceps: Triceps Kickback

  1. Stand in the center of the band, shoulder width apart, gripping the band with palms facing behind you.
  2. Bend your knees slightly and at the waist, keeping your back straight as to not to “hunch” over.
  3. Slowly push your arms back behind you, keeping a very slight bend in your elbows so there’s no pressure or resistance on your elbow joint, and make sure your wrists are straight, not bent.
  4. Slowly lower back down to starting position and repeat for 10-12 reps.

Shoulders: Upright Row

1. Position feet over the center of the band, shoulder width apart and grip the band palms facing down.

2. Pull the band straight up to shoulder level, bend elbows up to a high “V”

3. Lower back down slowly, and repeat for 10-15 reps.

Yoga vs Pilates

When it comes to working out, there always seems to be a trend or popular type of exercise that “everybody” is doing. Sometimes, it can be hard to tell if it’s just a fad, or if it’s actually something you should incorporate into your health and wellness regime. I can tell you with certainty that neither Yoga nor Pilates are just fads. I am a fan of both workouts, and have sworn by each at some point, but each practice is very different from the other. What’s the difference? I’ll break it down for you.

Yoga

Why I love it:

I started practicing yoga first and fell in love with it immediately. After every class I felt stronger, more flexible, relaxed, and more in touch with my spirituality.

Key principles:

Breathing, meditation, moral observances, physical postures, concentration, and devotion.

Performed on:

A yoga mat.

Why it was invented:

For mental and emotional rehabilitation.

Benefits:

• Reduces stress and anxiety by calming the nervous system

• Reveals a mind, body, and spirit connection

• Evokes calmness and balance

• Increases flexibility and lung capacity

• Improves muscle strength and tone

• Increases cardio and circulatory health

{ What's the difference? }

Pilates

Why I love it:

Having tried many different workouts, from cardio, to rollerblading, to strength training, Pilates provided a much needed rehabilitation for my muscles, joints, ligaments, and spine. I instantly experienced relief from my previously injured knee and occasional lower back pain. During and after Pilates, I feel longer, leaner, rejuvenated, and have an enhanced mind-body connection.

Key principles:

Concentration, control, centering, breathing, flow, and precision.

Performed on:

A mat or reformer while lying on your back for less compression on joints and organs.

Why it was invented:

As a method of body rehabilitation and strengthening.

Benefits:

• Elongates the muscles and spine

• Improves alignment

• Strengthens the core

• Helps tone muscles without building bulk

• Focuses on improving posture and movement

• Increases mind body connection and flexibility

• Reveals a mind, body, and spirit connection

• Evokes calmness and balance

• Increases flexibility and lung capacity

• Improves muscle strength and tone

• Increases cardio and circulatory health.

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