Kacy Duke

Celebrity Trainer, Spokesperson, Fitness and Lifestyle Consultant

Kacy Duke is a renowned fitness consultant and celebrity personal trainer/life coach, who’s been called New York City’s “best trainer” and “top workout guru” and the “Michelangelo of Trainers,” for her ground-breaking sculpting and lean line-creating methods.

Known for her insightful training techniques for body and soul, trainer-to-the stars Kacy is one of the most sought-after personal trainers and fitness consultants in the business, with a high-profile client roster that’s included the likes of Lenny Kravitz, Kate Beckinsale Gwen Stefani,  Dakota Johnson, Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, Mary Louise Parker, Bruce Willis, Iman, Josh Brolin Julianne Moore,
BeBe Rexha,
Denzel Washington,
Kiefer Sutherland and Rachel Weitz, to name a few.

Kacy is the founding Creative Director of Equinox Fitness Clubs and has developed numerous innovative fitness programs for Equinox and for corporations in North America, Japan, and throughout Europe.

A talented on-camera personality, Kacy has appeared on hundreds of television shows, most recently in her capacity the fitness spokesperson for Simple Skincare. Her on-camera appearances also include Today, The Rachael Ray Show and Good Morning America Health, CBS Morning News, Good Housekeeping TV and countless local news programs. She has also served as a spokesperson for Dove Deodorant, Kellogg’s, Nike and LifeFitness vitamins.

Kacy is the author of “The Show It Love Workout”, which outlines her fitness philosophy – achieving fitness and balance on three levels: the Emotional (The Mindset), the Spiritual (The Motivation), and the Physical (The Movement). Additionally, Duke recently released “The Kacy Duke Diaries,” a series of webisodes dedicated to the art of health, fitness and living well.

In her capacity as fitness “guru,” Kacy frequently shares her advice and tips with her fans and followers on her social media pages and website. She’s also a contributor to numerous fitness, fashion and lifestyle media outlets as well.


Movement is a privilege and a gift – not a right. If you can move, you absolutely must use that gift. And every day I do move, no excuses – and I encourage my clients to do the same, to use the precious gift of movement.

When I work with clients, I always say to get the body you want, you have to connect the three elements of self, which are the mindset (emotional self), the motivation (spiritual self) and the movement (physical self). Strengthen one and you’re on your way, strengthen all three and you will create the body and the life you want. And always start from a place of love and gratitude for the body you have been given, love it as it is, and then begin the work of making it stronger and healthier. It’s that relationship between the mind, the body and the physical movement that’s so important.

Always remember, you are more than just belly or a pair of thighs, you are a mind, a body and a spirit – they all must work together as a team and that gets you where you want to go!


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