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Alex Fine: OR

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Alex Fine is the founder and CEO of Cloud Party

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After working with Fletcher for a summer, and a brief stint at a different gym, Fine had worked with, by his estimate, “over 50 professional athletes and actors and actresses.” He started a bootcamp for models, and developed relationships with a number of the athletes and actors he had been in contact with. It didn’t take long for him to break out on his own (“I wanted my own money,” he said). So far, all his clients have come to him via word of mouth, and, at this point, several years later, he says he is able to turn away clients due to demand. “I have a weird thing around me where I believe everything works out if you just let it all go,” he said.

After hearing back from Fletcher, Fine borrowed $300 from his roommate for the flight, and traveled to L.A. for a job interview about a week and a half before graduation. Fletcher was impressed enough by Fine—a former college-football player who, at this point, had no degree or certificate in physical training—to ask if he could start work the next day, according to Fine. Fine just had to convince his mom. (Source: www.vanityfair.com)

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Prevailing methods for assessing population-level mental health require costly collection of large samples of data through instruments such as surveys, and are thus slow to reflect current, rapidly changing social conditions. This constrains how easily population-level mental health data can be integrated into health and policy decision-making. Here, we demonstrate that natural language processing applied to publicly-available social media data can provide real-time estimates of psychological distress in the population (specifically, English-speaking Twitter users in the US). We examine population-level changes in linguistic correlates of mental health symptoms in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to the killing of George Floyd. As a case study, we focus on social media data from healthcare providers, compared to a control sample. Our results provide a concrete demonstration of how the tools of computational social science can be applied to provide real-time or near-real-time insight into the impact of public events on mental health.

Fine has seen firsthand, time and again, the way the Riverdale cast is treated by its ecstatic fan base. His phone number is easy to Google, and he said if an Instagram Story ever goes up indicating that he is currently in the presence of a Riverdale actor, he will get an overwhelming number of calls. “I just turn off my phone, because it’ll be like 500 phone calls, and I’ll answer one thinking it’s over, and then it’ll be like, ‘Hi, is KJ there?’ And sometimes I don’t say anything, or I’ll let him answer the phone and he’ll speak in an American accent and they’ll have no idea, just as like a joke.” (Source: www.vanityfair.com)

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Yes, Charles Melton is living at his house. Alex Fine is a trainer, part-time “spiritual adviser,” friend, nutritionist, therapist, and landlord to Melton and other stars who temporarily move into Fine’s Laurel Canyon home to live with him while they prepare for film or TV roles or upcoming athletic seasons. It’s a one-stop shop: you train, you eat right, you take countless shirtless selfies in front of the mirror, and you have an amiable pal there who is going to do it all with you, making sure to get some good video footage of your pull-ups to post on Instagram Stories later. Though his job is primarily about behind-the-scenes support, Fine has parlayed these close relationships into fame of his own—the perks of TV stardom (endorsements, an Instagram following), just without the screen time.

After working with Fletcher for a summer, and a brief stint at a different gym, Fine had worked with, by his estimate, “over 50 professional athletes and actors and actresses.” He started a bootcamp for models, and developed relationships with a number of the athletes and actors he had been in contact with. It didn’t take long for him to break out on his own (“I wanted my own money,” he said). So far, all his clients have come to him via word of mouth, and, at this point, several years later, he says he is able to turn away clients due to demand. “I have a weird thing around me where I believe everything works out if you just let it all go,” he said. When Fine was three weeks away from graduating college in Michigan, where he studied entrepreneurship, he was watching Bradley Cooper’s 2014 film American Sniper with his roommates. Recounting his “origin story” to me in the garden behind the Laurel Canyon house, he said with a grin: “I was like, ‘Oh, Bradley Cooper got big for that role, I wonder who trained him.’” Eventually, after “hours and hours” of investigating, he tracked down the man who had trained Cooper for the film, C.T. Fletcher. (Source: www.vanityfair.com)

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The father of two continued, "I always thought my purpose was to inspire others through wellness and give back to those who are less fortunate but I was wrong. That is my legacy and you two girls are my purpose, I am put on this earth so I can help you shine and have your beautiful lights touch a lot of people. Just holding both of you I know you are destined for absolutely amazing things and I'm put on this earth to support what you two love doing. I'm so happy you two are so close on age like myself and my brothers because you will quickly learn that iron sharpens iron and you two will make each other better. I hope you read this when you go to your prom, graduation, when you're married with your own families (I have to approve of course), and even when I'm gone (not for 100 more years don't worry) to understand how much my heart is filled with joy, pride, and love for my 3 girls. I am happy you chose me as your Da."

After working with Fletcher for a summer, and a brief stint at a different gym, Fine had worked with, by his estimate, “over 50 professional athletes and actors and actresses.” He started a bootcamp for models, and developed relationships with a number of the athletes and actors he had been in contact with. It didn’t take long for him to break out on his own (“I wanted my own money,” he said). So far, all his clients have come to him via word of mouth, and, at this point, several years later, he says he is able to turn away clients due to demand. “I have a weird thing around me where I believe everything works out if you just let it all go,” he said. (Source: www.vanityfair.com)

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Yes, Charles Melton is living at his house. Alex Fine is a trainer, part-time “spiritual adviser,” friend, nutritionist, therapist, and landlord to Melton and other stars who temporarily move into Fine’s Laurel Canyon home to live with him while they prepare for film or TV roles or upcoming athletic seasons. It’s a one-stop shop: you train, you eat right, you take countless shirtless selfies in front of the mirror, and you have an amiable pal there who is going to do it all with you, making sure to get some good video footage of your pull-ups to post on Instagram Stories later. Though his job is primarily about behind-the-scenes support, Fine has parlayed these close relationships into fame of his own—the perks of TV stardom (endorsements, an Instagram following), just without the screen time.

Well, it seems that America is most certainly the Land of Opportunity, especially in this digital age. But Alex Fine didn’t need social media to make a name for himself (though he does use it to help maintain the name he’s made). No, he relied on hard work, a knack for being in the right place at the right time, and his good decision making skills. We are glad that he has found love and a new child has enter his and Cassie’s life, and we hope that he continues to prosper, with little resistance from the Universe. Good luck to you and yours, Alex, and may you find satisfaction in all you do.Alex is active on social media, and shares a variety of things about both his personal and professional life. On Instagram he boasts over 280k followers, and he can be found at @alexfine44. On Facebook he has both a personal page and one for his business, which is called Alex Fine Performance. There you can find posts about the business and what he does, as well as client reviews and more. It seems that social media is a great place to give his business and services a boost. (Source: tvovermind.com)

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Well, it seems that America is most certainly the Land of Opportunity, especially in this digital age. But Alex Fine didn’t need social media to make a name for himself (though he does use it to help maintain the name he’s made). No, he relied on hard work, a knack for being in the right place at the right time, and his good decision making skills. We are glad that he has found love and a new child has enter his and Cassie’s life, and we hope that he continues to prosper, with little resistance from the Universe. Good luck to you and yours, Alex, and may you find satisfaction in all you do. known professionally as Cassie, is an American singer, songwriter, model, actress and dancer. Born in New London, Connecticut, she began her career as a result of meeting record producer Ryan Leslie in late 2004, who later signed her to NextSelection Lifestyle Group. During this time, Diddy heard "Me & U" in a club, and Leslie convinced him to partner his Bad Boy Records with Leslie's NextSelection imprint for the release of Cassie's debut album.

She is featured in a spread in the August/September issue of Bust in which she said a new single will be released in the fall. She has recently told her Twitter followers that she is still in the studio recording for her album. At the time of an October 2010 interview with HitQuarters, A&R Daniel 'Skid' Mitchell said that Cassie had already recorded around fifty songs for the album. Mitchell said that she was taking her time over the album because she is keen for "it to be something that people are going to respect". (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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Fine’s story is an Instagram-famous-celebrity-trainer version of the classic Hollywood rags-to-riches tale—from arriving in Los Angeles with no plan to doing an interview by a small, constructed backyard pond and discussing Jennifer Aniston in the careful, kind way that media-trained actors do (“She is so down to earth”). And he realizes that it’s not going to last, in this exact form at least. “It’s not something I’m going to do forever, for sure,” he said of personal training. “I want to get out like robbing banks. I want to get out while it’s hot, and I want to rob the bank. And I’m going to make as much money as I can, and then I want to travel, [and] make movies and T.V. and documentaries that are important to me.”

Well, if he was popular as a trainer before, Fine’s fifteen minutes of fame has stretched into seeming hours, thanks to the relationship, but let’s give credit where it’s due. The man is competent and self-sufficient on his own, as his reputation reflects, and he probably would have never even landed Ventura if he wasn’t. So, since he is now in the limelight, we figured we would familiarize ourselves, and all of you, with some facts about his personal life and career. Check out the list we’ve put together below, and before you know it, you’ll know just as much about this newcomer to fame than everyone else…maybe more. And we all know how important knowledge is; it’s power, after all. Alex came on the fitness scene when he first released the personal training program that he designed, ‘Alex Fine Performance’. This video was a breakthrough for him, and it managed to reach countless celebrity types and athletes. As a result, Fine became a personal trainer, providing his services to people such as Kelly Ripa and husband Mark Consuelos, Jennifer Aniston, Reggie Bush, and more. The twenty-six-year-old has managed to do more in only four or five years than most get done professionally in a lifetime. (Source: tvovermind.com)

 

 

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