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10 DISERA DRIVE, UNIT 230 • 905-882-7799

Ja­son Inglis’ pas­sion for ath­let­ics was ev­i­dent early on, com­pet­ing at a high level in a va­ri­ety of sports from a young age. Over the years, he re­al­ized his true calling was to help oth­ers, es­pe­cially when it came to health and fit­ness. Draw­ing on his ath­letic ex­pe­ri­ence and years work­ing at other gyms, Ja­son de­vel­oped his in­dus­try-lead­ing train­ing pro­grams now on of­fer at Coach J Fit­ness. Coach J is a coach, not a trainer. His phi­los­o­phy is dif­fer­ent from other fit­ness pros. Train­ing is al­ways evolv­ing, based on trends, dif­fer­ent train­ers and method­olo­gies, whereas with coach­ing you’re chang­ing some­one’s life. A coach can act as a phys­i­cal or men­tal ther­a­pist, a men­tor, and a mo­ti­va­tor be­yond the ba­sic train­ing rou­tine. The team at Coach J fit­ness of­fers monthly mem­ber­ship or ses­sion-based op­tions, and tai­lors their pro­grams to meet the needs of ev­ery client. Coach J and his staff are able to ad­dress clients’ in­di­vid­ual abil­i­ties and fit­ness goals, pro­vid­ing close per­sonal at­ten­tion within small group set­tings. This cre­ates a fun and sup­port­ive at­mos­phere that only comes from be­ing part of a team, and al­lows peo­ple who have never had the op­por­tu­nity to be part of a team that rare se­cond chance.

Coach J

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