I understand how difficult it can be to get back into fitness. I took a long time off before visiting a physical therapist in 2016 and diving head first back into fitness. I now have multiple certifications ranging from corrective exercise to performance enhancement. I've converted my garage into a personal training studio that rivals some gyms so I can share my love of fitness with others.
My routines typically include stretching and foam rolling, bodyweight exercises, suspension training, kettlebell training, cardio kickboxing, and free weights (I have a full rack complete with landmines.) Think martial arts training without someone trying to hit you.
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Jason is great! Flexible with scheduling, consistent quality workouts, yet never boring. He really fine tunes a workout to your ability and tweaks it to strengthen your weaknesses as you go on. Working out with Jason is worth it!
Please contact me for your initial assessment. We'll move through a few physical activities so I can craft the proper movement routine for you. We'll also discuss your goals so we can put together a schedule to follow to help reach those goals. I do have an app so I can put together a program for you to follow while you're not with me that comes complete with videos and descriptions of exercises as well as a "complete" button so you can mark off what you did while you were away.
NASM-CPT (certified personal trainer), CES (corrective exercise specialist), PES (performance enhacement specialist), TRX STX (suspension trainer), 22 live hours of SFG kettlebell instruction, attended NSCA combat sports clinic at the UFC Performance Institute on training high level athletes, 3 years of Muay Thai
First assessment is free, personal training (in person) is $50 per session (1 hr), small group classes (limited to 4 people) available weekends for $10
When I first got myself back into fitness I had a desire to share with others. I listened to myself and others in my muay thai class in regards to fitness outside of muay thai and signed up to become a personal trainer. My job at the time was sitting at a desk 40 hours a week so I suffered from a variety of repetative use / sitting issues. I became a corrective exercise specialist to help myself and my coworkers improve the postural imbalances caused by our sitting computer culture. My more physical certifications have come from a desire to improve my kickboxing and at one time jiu jitsu practice.
Office workers of various fitness levels and ages (mid 20s to mid 40s) both men and women
I'm currently helping a client who has been sedentary for about a year now. Within 1 week of just moving the body and doing small corrective movements she's already feeling better and is sharing that success with all of her friends and family on the social media
Find someone who suits your personality. I had a trainer in 2017/18 who became a very good friend of mine. You're going to be spending a lot of time with this person so make sure it's someone you like. You'll also want someone who specializes in the manner you're looking to exercise (a cross country coach wouldn't be great for someone who hates running for example) but the personality is going to be the deal maker / breaker.
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