Jason Adams is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, with a bachelor’s degree in Health Education: Exercise and Fitness. He is certified by the American Council of Exercise in personal training and the National Academy of Sports Medicine specializing in corrective exercise. Jason began his career training in the typical big box gyms, but soon realized that the atmosphere of these facilities did not lend to the type of training that he wanted to provide for people.
By helping rehab clients and athletes reach their goals, Jason gained a reputation of being an elite personal trainer. He is very detail oriented and enjoys helping people see their untapped potential by doing what they love, free of worry and injuries. Jason excels in teaching proper and safe movements that will lead to improved stability, coordination and strength in youth and adult athletes who are looking to improve their fitness and athletic performance abilities.
How did you get into your field?
I got into the field in 2012 by self-studying through the International Sports Sciences Association in 2012. I also enrolled into Cincinnati State’s Exercise Science program in 2011.
What is your training background and how long have you practicing/teaching?
My personal training background roots are submerged in biomechanics, corrective exercise and athletic performance. I also have 9 years of experience in these areas.
Who influenced your career path (who have you enjoyed learning from, mentor, etc)?
My career path was influenced by a few people, starting with Mindy Piles, Josh Hostetler, DJ Wittekind and Nico Gonzalez.
What makes you love your field?
What makes me love this field is helping improve their fitness, rather it is I am helping them become pain-free or helping them increase their athletic performance.
What kind of clients do you love working with?
I love working with injured or rehab clients and athletes.
What sets you apart?
What sets me apart from other trainers are my abilities to adapt my exercise programs and relate to my clients based on where they are mentally and physically.
What’s your mission?
My mission is to help those who want to feel better, move better and perform better, do so with a peace of mind. Overall, I help people get better!
What brings you joy? What do you do with your spare time?
What brings me joy is helping people reach their goals! That is all that I focus on.
In my spare time, I workout and spend time with my family!