I train every day from Monday to Friday, so on weekends, I give myself a break.
A celebrity trainer for Japanese models and actresses such as Anne Nakamura, Meisa Kuroki, Hikari Mori and Sumire, Aya helps her clients drop the excuses, stay motivated and score the body they want using a carrot-and-stick approach.
She says many Japanese people, especially women, are afraid of lifting weights because they believe it will make them too macho, or give them big legs and a fat neck.
Can Japan become a 'fitness nation'? Aya thinks so
Move on from walking, to jogging, to running.
But first, I need to make regular physical activity a part of Japanese culture.
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