Celeb private coach Eric Fleishman has died on the age of 53.
The health persona, often called “Eric the Trainer,” died all of the sudden at his dwelling in Glendale, California on Thanksgiving, his household introduced Sunday in a publish shared on his verified Instagram web page.
“We are heartbroken to share that Eric Phillip Fleishman passed away unexpectedly on the morning of November 24, 2022. His wife Alysia, son, parents, and close friends/family are deeply saddened by this event,” the assertion learn.
The publish remembered Fleishman as somebody who “touched many lives for the better” and was “a beacon of light, hope, and love.”
Followers had been inspired to rejoice his life by sending their “experiences, memories, and tributes” to a chosen e-mail handle.
“Our hope is to assemble these contributions for a Celebration of Life ceremony in the near term. The date and time of this event will be forthcoming shortly,” the publish stated.
The message, shared alongside a carousel of photos of Fleishman, concluded: “This loss is devastating, and we appreciate your thoughts and prayers.”
No additional particulars surrounding his demise have been made public.
Fleishman made a reputation for himself by coaching a slew of movie star shoppers. In accordance with his web site, these included boy band Massive Time Rush, Ethan Suplee, Kirstie Alley, Michelle Department and Max Martini.
Tributes poured in from followers and celebrities following information of his demise. “90210” actor Matt Lanter wrote: “Crushed. Eric made such an impact on my life and I don’t think he even knew it. I’m just shocked.”
Patrick Schwarzenegger wrote, “So sad. Rip Eric. Will miss you 🙌❤️.”
“Karate Kid” star Martin Kove shared a sequence of images of the pair collectively on Twitter, together with the caption: “RIP my friend and brother.”