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The app is the mobile version of the Start Living Right website, run by Maya Nassar, a certified personal trainer and sports nutritionist, who this year will be representing Lebanon at the Pure Elite bodybuilding competition in the U.K.Nassar has used her website to document her own transition from someone who was struggling with her weight and fitness to someone who last year won first place at the Pure Elite bikini and bodybuilding championship. One of the app's main features – that doesn't appear on the site – is an exercise section that features animated illustrations of Nassar, an anatomical guide of the muscles targeted and instructions on how to safely carry out the exercise. It took over a month to develop each of the 60-plus exercises for the app, during which, Sarkis says, the Besiders office became fitness experts. Sarkis, however, is coyer about the app's future, saying:The Startlivingright app is available for free in the Apple and Google Play stores, and Maya Nassar's website can be found at http://www.startlivingright.net/.
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