British rock band Jesus Jones cracked America in the early '90s with songs like "Right Here, Right Now" and "Real, Real, Real." When the band finally packed it in after five albums, frontman Mike Edwards, a fitness nut who took up cycling early on to help maintain his voice and get around his native London without being bothered, decided to pursue his interest in exercise by becoming a personal trainer. He told "The Guardian" last month: "When I was first qualifying, the people around me were absolutely terrified, but after playing to 72,000 people at Wembley Stadium, doing exercises in front of 10 people was nothing."