Jason is one of the UK's most sought after PTs with over ten years of experience and is a highly qualified Sports Conditioning Coach with a list of professional athletes as clients including some Premier League footballs and rising MMA Stars. Having always led a very active lifestyle taking part in sports including football, running and tennis from a young age, he is highly experienced in all areas of fitness and healthy living including nutrition. Extremely self-motivated, charismatic and a creatively driven personal trainer, Jason strives to assist people to hit their goals using his ability to change people’s mindsets and approach to exercise. From the average get-fit client to the sports professional who wants to improve a certain aspect of their respective sport, his strengths lie in understanding individual needs and delivering results from his wealth of knowledge.
1. High Intensity Interval Training: HIIT is the ideal workout for members with a busy schedule and can achieve great results for weight loss and building muscle and a toned physique. My HIIT sessions are specialised to your goals and can fit in around your busy schedule.
2. Fat Loss: If you are looking to drop down a few notches on the belt buckle or drop a dress sizes or two then one of my specialised PT programs can help get the pounds falling off. A combination of cardio, functional and HiiT training will help get you the perfect body you have always wanted.
3. Boxercise: I often incorporate an element of boxing training into my PT sessions which is a great way to tone up, lose weight and build strength whilst releasing stress and aggression. It's also a great deal of fun and a way to keep things fresh and interesting with each session!
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