Paul Stanley Health, Fitness, Height, Weight, Chest, Biceps and Waist Size

Paul Stanley - CelebHealthy_comStanley Bert Eisen, popular for his stage name Paul Stanley, is an American singer, hard rock guitarist, and painter. He was born on January 20, 1952. Growing up, he developed a passion for music and took inspiration from artists such as Jerry Lee Lewis , Eddie Cochran, Little Richard, and Dion and the Belmonts. Prior to fame, he was a member of a local band called Rainbow as well as a member of Uncle Joe and Post War Baby Boom. He became remarkable and famous when he joined the band Kiss which also consisted of musicians Peter Criss and Ace Frehley. In 1987, he began to work out for a solo career, writing and recording songs to come up with an album. These days, he is regarded as one of the successful rock stars in history.

According to Paul, he usually works out, but he always does he regime together with a fitness coach. He said, “My workout is always with a trainer because, quite honestly, I don’t think most people are motivated enough to do what they need to on their own. You either need a spotter or you need a trainer. You need somebody there to push you to get that extra five.”

He said things have really changed these days when it comes to his lifestyle. When he was younger he was not at all health conscious, but now he’s already making fitness a big of a deal. “My routine then was: Eat whatever’s in front of you. Youth is incredible because you really do feel invincible. I had no real routine as far as diet; I ate what I wanted to. Back then I tended to eat a lot of sugars. I ate a lot of cookies, a lot of ice cream; I didn’t eat a lot of proper food. I started working out, doing a formal workout right around 1980. That’s when I really decided I needed to get in shape and it may have been because you just start to see a decrease— a change in your body. The workout I was doing then would kill me today,” he said.

Body Measurement (2014 – Age 62)

Height: 183 cm | 6  feet
Weight: (not known)
Chest: (not known)
Bicep: (not known)
Waist: (not known)