My passion for fitness started when I was 15. I was self-conscious about my poor muscle tone and posture, so I started doing exercises that helped my alignment and was amazed at how it boosted my confidence and self image.
Like many young fitness enthusiasts, I pursued a bodybuilding lifestyle and trained to get bigger, leaner, and stronger. Incidentally, I began to develop chronic pain and tension in my neck and back. I was so driven to keep lifting and would ignore the pain.
I got my ISSA certificate in 2009 (I was 26). Training came natural to me and instantly started building solid client relationships. I felt so passionate about being able to help people and receiving praise for doing such an awesome job. I learned how to accommodate just about anyone, and make the most out of minimal equipment.
As I got into my 30s, I started to realize that my pain and stiffness was not going to go away unless I changed my routine. I swapped some of my heavier lifts for lighter, higher rep exercises. I spent more time stretching and learning new techniques to improve mobility.
The best thing about my training career is that my passion and interest keeps growing. I never stop learning new techniques, and when something helps me improve my health, it helps my clients too.
Nothing would make me happier than to have the opportunity to make you better too!
Wow. Such a good sore. The level anatomical awareness that Jason brings to the table is unprecedented and invigorating. After playing college football, my focus in fitness has completely changed from brute strength to having a proper alignment coinciding with flexible mobility he's the man and I wouldn't go anywhere else!
Jason is an excellent trainer. He really cares about his clients works with them on their goals Plus he is low key not a hyper bunny. If you are looking for a great trainer then give Jason a try, you won't be disappointed.
Very knowledgeable. More impressive is how Jason creates new, fun techniques to fit your workout strategy. 5 stars for knowledge, experience, and creativity.