Summary

Born in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, Fitness Model and Personal Trainer Peter Maneos now lives in South Florida. A well-regarded Personal Fitness Trainer, he affords his clients the luxury to train either at his gym or in the comfort of their own homes. Holding certification from the National Association for Health & Fitness, Peter Maneos founded FitnessWorkoutsInc.com in 2007 with his friend Alex Daley. CEO Peter Maneos holds a devotion to providing videos that will help people serious about working out to get the body they want. His current video, DVD Peter: Sculpted Arms, reveals his personal secrets to building better biceps and sharply defined triceps. Peter Maneos earned extensive press for his physique as a fitness model in many publications, including Abercrombie & Fitch Quarterly, International Male, BodyBodyWear, and Men's Exercise. Working with world-famous photographers, such as Bruce Weber, Steven Underhill, and David Vance, Peter Maneos appeared in their calendars and books. In addition, Peter Maneos appeared on TV in MTV's True Life and CNBC's The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch. Also a poet, Peter Maneos possesses a passion for writing and reading. A graduate of the University of Miami with a degree in English Literature, he has published his own works of poetry. He wrote The Soul of A Young Man during his sophomore year abroad in Italy. He penned another, Poems of Blood and Passion, in 2005. He also wrote American Bards & The London Reviewer, a sardonic, satirical poem that satirizes Frank O'Hara, T.S. Eliot, Allen Ginsberg, and Charles Bukowski. An accomplished writer, Peter Maneos' work drew comparisons to Algernon Charles Swinburne, Lord Byron, and Pablo Neruda. An avid reader as well, Peter Maneos often reaches for works by Camille Paglia, Mark Helprin, Herodotus, Pablo Neruda, François-René Chateaubriand, Goethe, or Frances Mayes.

Work History

Work History
Jan 2007 - Present

CEO

FitnessWorkoutsInc.com
Jul 2005 - Present

CEO

Independent Personal Trainer

Education

Education
Aug 1999 - Dec 2004

BLA

University of Miami