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Four Seasons Releases Fitness Videos with Harley Pasternak

TORONTO — Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and its global Fitness advisor Harley Pasternak have teamed up to create a comprehensive video series giving guests access to fitness routines and tips at the touch of a button.

Designed specifically for Four Seasons, the video series has been designed to help with five of the most common fitness challenges experienced by travellers. Pasternak’s expertise is showcased in more than 20 supporting how-to videos, offering a deep-dive into the exercises that he has exclusively curated for each routine.

Pasternak’s fitness approach is easy and accessible, focusing on simple and effective exercises that provide guests the tools and inspiration to work out in a hotel gym, outdoors on property or even in the comfort of their hotel room.

“As wonderful and fulfilling as travel can be, it also brings with it a unique set of challenges, especially when it comes to personal fitness,” says Christian Clerc, president, Worldwide Hotel Operations, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “When we talk to our guests, they tell us that fitness is among their top passions. Yet we also know it’s difficult for them to stick to a routine or find time while on the go. In today’s fast-paced world, Harley’s renowned philosophy and simple approach is the perfect antidote to these fitness challenges, helping and inspiring our guests to reach their fitness goals while making the most of their time with Four Seasons.”

“We’re all time starved, and finding time to work out and stay active is often a huge challenge — especially when travelling,” says Pasternak. “But travel can be the best time to get active and when our bodies need it most, whether we’re exploring a new destination or shaking off that jet lag.”

The full collection of fitness videos will be available in the Four Seasons App, which was recently updated and re-launched.

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