Jason A. Rumpf -
Fitness & Post Physical Therapy Trainer
The changes you make in the
gym become the advantages
you have in life!
A certified Heath & Fitness Professional for over 12 years, Jason has extensive experience in providing individualized strength and conditioning programs to clients of all ages and abilities. He brings his passion and desire of fitness to every client and every workout.
Jason holds certifications in:
He was honored three times as the winner of the Trainer of the Year Award, and has also had the privilege of helping multiple clients each lose over 100 lbs. These experiences have been life-changing for both he and his clients.
Our customized programs are designed to address the individual goals of our diverse clientele, including:
and many others...
Jason's Fitness Theory:
"The most important hurdle to overcome is not the physical workout itself, but the mental conditioning that is needed to make fitness a consistent habit." Jason works with his clients in building this mental conditioning which will in turn build their confidence, and create an overall fitness and nutrition program built on consistency!
His high energy and enthusiasm mixed with his laid-back personality allows him to adapt to what motivates a client best.
“Your workouts are important meetings you have scheduled with yourself, and bosses never cancel!”
Why Should I Hire A Trainer?
Do you want to hire a personal trainer to help you get in shape, but wonder if you should make the financial investment? Working with a trainer can push your fitness level forward much faster than working out on your own.
Here are six reasons why hiring a skilled personal trainer is such a great investment:
1. Trainers provide accountability and motivation
Do you honestly want to face your trainer and tell him that you didn’t do that workout yesterday? Your trainer has a vested interest in seeing that you complete your workouts, and will keep you accountable in staying on track with your overall program. Also, given that hiring a personal trainer is a financial investment, do you really want to slack off and feel like you aren’t getting the most out of the investment? This financial investment alone is a great motivation to stay on track with the trainer.
2. Trainers provide expertise
A good personal trainer will watch closely to ensure that you are doing the exercises properly to maximize your results and minimize risk of injury. Observing and critiquing one's form during an exercise is something most people cannot do on their own. While a person is usually unaware of a mistake in his or her exercise form, the trainer will be able to correct the mistake in real-time so that the risk of injury is eliminated and the corrected movement pattern is wired into the brain as the new normal pattern.
3. A trainer will push you just enough
A trainer will push you harder than you will push yourself, but will also prevent you from chasing results too quickly and risking injury. Oftentimes, people arbitrarily pick a number of reps in an exercise without understanding the impact it's having on the body, if any at all. A good trainer knows how to push you beyond your comfort zone and when to stop before injury sets in.
4. A trainer helps you identify and reach goals
A good trainer will sit down with you to help you establish SMART goals. These SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Right for you, Time-oriented) will maximize your results because the trainer will have helped you personalize them. Your trainer will also help you notice improvements that you wouldn’t even think about, which is especially helpful if discouragement tries to set in.
5. A trainer will personalize your workout
Quality personal trainers know how to customize a workout based on your individual strengths, weaknesses and goals. They also know best how to help you compound your results as you continue to progress from following the program consistently.
6. Trainers can reduce the possibility of injury
An injury can quickly derail an exercise program, which can then result in discouragement and loss of momentum with the program. A good trainer will help you perform each workout safely and effectively so that the risk of injury is minimized and results are maximized.
"In just 2 sessions, Jason was able to help me correct a long standing problem with my squats. It's helped me so much at my competitions".
June, 2016 - Crossfitter & Client
"I was able to stay on track and reach my goal of losing 100 pounds. Jason changed my life"
February 10, 2015 - Client
"I was skeptical as to if I really needed a trainer but Jason held me accountable. He helped me work smarter in the gym instead of wasting time doing exercises that really weren't making me stronger. Hiring Jason was one of the best decisions I've ever made"
March 10, 2014 - Client