Area Trainer Whips Rotund Financiers Into Shape With Pictures Of Ex-Girlfriends' New Beefcake BFs

You call that a push-up? Bet your girlfriend's new man knows how to do a push-up.
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Are you getting soft around the edges? Has your lady friend abandoned you for a guy who keeps it right and tight? Do you want to get laid more than you want that bacon double cheeseburger? Do you have space in your apartment for a personal trainer and all his stuff? If you answered Yes, yes, yes, and hell yes, Hamid Castro is here to help.

Castro is accustomed to powerful men listening to what he says — and why wouldn’t they? More personal transformer than trainer, he receives as much as $15,000 a month to turn Wall Street heavyweights into svelte chick magnets. He applied a crash-course live-in regimen for one Wall Street whale who needed to drop 100 pounds in 11 weeks for his wedding. The client, Joe D., who declined to give his last name for privacy reasons, lost a total of 112 pounds — and gave Castro a $25,000 bonus. Another client, bond broker Matt D’Avanzo, 41, reached out to Castro after being called “a fat f - - k” by his wife. Four years later, his weight has dropped from 230 pounds to 165; he’s now in the midst of a divorce and dating a 29-year-old hottie. Characterizing himself as “Hitch on steroids,” Castro — lean, muscular and disarmingly confident — is his own best advertisement. He’s also a secret weapon for would-be players who excel at the office but fall short in gyms and can’t close deals in nightclubs.

Castro's methods, while slightly unorthodox, are results-oriented with the eye on the prize: cutting the fat from your ass and raising your confidence to comical levels.

The supertrainer kept Shah motivated by flashing him Facebook photos of his ex’s new, well-built boyfriend...Then they hit the clubs. “Hamid taught me that no girl could hurt me,” he says. “I learned not to care about getting turned down. My confidence soared. “Now the word ‘no’ gets me motivated. If I saw Taylor Swift surrounded by a bunch of guys, I’d walk up and ask her to have a drink with me, no problem.”

Now drop and give him 30 and yes, he'll be mimicking your ex in the throws of passion with her new beau just to make sure you really want it.

I train fat rich guys and then get them laid [NYP]

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