Gilad Janklowicz (born July 27, 1954) is a fitness personality born in Israel, known for the longest running US fitness show Bodies in Motion and for his Total Body Sculpt show with Gilad. Bodies in Motion is a 30-minute aerobics program that was launched in 1983. It was the first ESPN fitness show broadcast from 1985 to 1996. More recently, it aired on Discovery Fit. and Health. Gilad also organized a game show where the participants had to guess by watching an instructor to whom Body in Motion belonged the muscles or the pack of six (after each round the competitors showed less and less body, so it became more difficult as as the game progressed). This show was called ‘Gilad’s Minds In Motion’ and it was broadcast on the History Channel 2.5 network from 1999 to 2002. “Total Body Sculpt with Gilad” is a half-hour workout. From 2004 to 2010, the series aired on FitTV until Discovery put its health and fitness channels in touch. He is currently seen on JLTV Jewish Life Television. Gilad was born in 1954 and grew up in Israel. Janklowicz has been a great athlete dedicated to fitness since high school. Gilad is also the creator of more than 30 video workout titles. Gilad has been featured in many print publications. In March 2007, Gilad was inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame. In September 2007, Gilad released 3 new fitness DVDs from its Total Body Sculpt series, as seen on FiTV. In January 2008, Gilad released the Gilad Express Workout.