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Gaga’s trainer: She never let herself go

Published 18/06/2015

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga

Celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak claims his client Lady Gaga has always made fitness a priority, despite upset over the little bit of weight she’s gained recently.

The 29-year-old Applause songstress caused a stir after flaunting her voluptuous body in a string bikini while vacationing in the Bahamas earlier this week.

And fitness guru to the stars Harley doesn’t think the few extra pounds Gaga has put on of late indicate the singer is no longer in good shape.

“I think she loves her body,” Harley told Page Six. “Historically she’s someone who is always fit, but she’s not someone who really ever let herself go.”

Harley admires Gaga’s commitment to her health.

The Just Dance hitmaker doesn’t obsess over diets, she just eats nutrient-rich foods.

“When she’s mentally focusing on something creative, there’s nothing she can’t do,” Harley noted. “She’s someone who likes to eat well and she loves her healthy versions of Italian food, her salads and her Japanese food — she’s a very healthy person.”

In 2013 Gaga was temporarily wheelchair bound due to a severe hip injury that required surgery. The ailment prompted the cancellation of the star’s Born This Way Tour last leg of shows.

Harley has revealed as soon as Gaga was able to walk again, she was in the gym.

“[Gaga] couldn’t exercise for an extended period of time [when she was injured], so her body looked different. She felt bad about that, but when she was back to being physically active again, she got really fit,” Harley said.

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