BSc (Hons) CSCS
Managing Director, Better Body Group
Jason has been involved in the health and fitness industry for more than 30 years. He has over 35,000 hours of experience as a graduate qualified personal trainer on both sides of the Atlantic.
He started working in a corporate environment for a New York based company managing the health and wellness for many top executives. Since then he has overseen the training for National athletes and teams, writing articles for many national journals, established and implemented exercise procedures for individuals with severe clinical conditions, both privately and for large medical institutions.
In 2004 Jason formed the Better Body Shop to replicate the level of skill and service he had experienced in the top end US health and fitness companies. Now in 2016 this evolved into the Better Body Group one of the countries largest dedicated personal training centres. Still standing by its ethos of only recruiting and developing sport and exercise graduates to ensure an exceptional level of service regardless of a client’s age weight or medical condition.
What does the future hold for Jason? In his own words “It is now time to raise the standard of personal training in the UK. To share nationally with sports and exercise graduates the knowledge gained from 25 years of building on a degree based education to provide the level of personal training clients truly need.” Jason now intends to make the career path of a Graduate Qualified Personal Trainer a true reality and available to more than just the trainers within his Better Body Group.
Jason comes from a strength and conditioning background, having spent many years as a power lifter and a Judo player. He still draws satisfaction from seeing people make physical improvements that significantly improve their lives, achieving levels of fitness they never believed possible.
Jason has gained all the relevant qualifications in the health and exercise field following completing his Honour’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science at the University of Brighton. Attaining qualifications with the National Strength and Conditioning Association, The American College of Sports Medicine and taking a position as a lecturer with The University of Kent Sports Science Department.