JANE'S ADDICTION Guitarist: 'I Want A Happy Life'

Extra TV recently caught up with JANE'S ADDICTION guitarist Dave Navarro at Crunch Fitness in Los Angeles, where he works out with personal trainer Will Thompson. Dave says, "I want a happy life. I want a healthy life. I want to feel good. I want to be able to do my craft the best I can and the gym is part of that."

It's also a part of his life with fiancée Carmen Electra. Dave says, "It's an activity we can share together."

"Extra" learned Will's secret to keeping Dave's body lean and chiseled: pilot training. Dave says, "Most people rest half the time they are working out, where as with the pilot training you're working out nonstop. There's no rest in between reps."

But there is the one exercise that Will makes Dave do that he hates. Dave says, "I hate lunges and that's one of the beauties of having Will as a trainer. He will force me to do things like that." Read more.

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