Peretz was featured on The Bethenny Show.

Portrait of an Actor, Zach Booth

http://q.equinox.com/articles/2012/11/zach-booth-portrait-of-an-actor

The film seems so intense and demanding. How did you physically prepare for the role?
I spent a lot of time in the gym with my trainer Peretz Scheinerman.  Whenever you have to take your clothes off on camera it can drive you a little crazy. I tried to put on a little muscle both to satisfy my ego and also to give [my character] Paul a more mature look. The story takes place over ten years so the characters age quite a bit. In the past I've played a lot of "boyish" characters so I wanted to make sure Paul looked physically older and more developed. I started eating a few more calories every day and going a little heavier on the weights. There was also the challenge of shooting the scenes which occurred in the middle of his crack binges. There is a joke about the "crackhead diet". For this scene I wanted to lose a little weight and appear a bit more gaunt.  I did a lot of research and found a very healthy juice diet from Organic Avenue. Between the juice, extra cardio and some time in the sauna, I was able to drop a couple of pounds right before the day and I think the effect really worked.    

Peretz wrote an article " Peretz exercise tips" featured on Anderson Cooper Live website

Peretz wrote an article " Peretz exercise tips" featured on Anderson Cooper Live website