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Flexibility Physiology with the AZ Fitness Guru

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Join Dr. Vernet A. Joseph as he speaks with AZ Fitness Guru Jayson Jackson. Jayson is an enthusiastic personal trainer, from the suburban Pittsburgh, PA area who studied Personal Training, Sport & Exercise Psychology from West Virginia University. A 2008 graduate, he is a former wide receiver on the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Championship Team in January 2008. Sport & Exercise Psychology is the study of why athletes think the way they think and also the way exercise and fitness is portrayed among the general public. In being a personal trainer he also learned Flexibility Physiology here in Arizona at a previous gym from a well known golf fitness expert. Flexibility Physiology is a full body stretch from foot to neck and designed to increase 10 to 15 degrees range of new motion just after one session. It has taken his training to a new level, in which flexibility shows more in detail the body’s movement in the development of balance, control, and speed.

Jayson is also a specialist in Speed & Agility. An ample amount of the development was taught to him by West Virginia University’s training staff for collegiate sports. After learning the skills and techniques necessary for the development of speed Jayson took what he had learned and applied it to training individuals from high school to professional levels to better prepare them for the competitions. 

Jayson's expansive client list includes from high schoolers to retirees and even 55-93 year olds living in retirement communities. These clients have obtained knowledge about the gym, acquired desired weight loss, and a healthier lifestyle. The Flexibility Physiology stretching techniques has also greatly improved their circulation and range of motion.

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