In person training is currently unavailable due to Los Angeles’ stay at home order.  Gyms and studios are currently closed in Los Angeles currently until July 4, 2020.  In home personal training is not allowed by law in Los Angeles at this time as well because of “stay at home”.  Only essential businesses are allowed to operate in Los Angeles and that information is on this page below.  We will not be offering in person training for as long as the government recommends. We will post updates as soon as the situation changes.

Great News!

However, we are offering virtual personal training sessions with Mr. America Jason Kozma himself as well as our ever – popular online training programs with custom designed home workouts, nutrition plans and exercise videos.

Take care of yourselves and stay safe.

New additions for coronavirus closures:


1. Virtual Personal Training with Jason

virtual personal trainer
We will use whatever equipment you’ve got, even if it’s nothing!

via FaceTime, Zoom or Skype

Contact for Jason’s personal rates.

2. Virtual Personal Training with High Performance Personal Trainers

private trainers Los Angeles, CA

Virtual Training Package

3. Mr. America’s Strong Body From Home Program

strong body$225 first month, 99 per month thereafter

online personal training

Virtual Personal Training FAQs:

What is Virtual Personal Training? 

A 30 or 60 minute session with Jason via FaceTime, Zoom or Skype coaching you through your workout using whatever equipment you have available, even if you don’t have any!

Does it include a nutritional plan? 

Yes.  Any package of 6 or more virtual sessions includes a custom designed nutritional plan, just like an in person or online training client would get.

How many virtual sessions should I do per week?

It’s up to you.  You can do the standard 3 or more per week or choose to do fewer.  I’ll give you workouts to do on your own if you opt for less than 3.

If weight loss is part of your goals you will also be assigned cardio to do in addition to the resistance  / weight training.

What happens if I have virtual sessions left when things go back to normal? 

If you wish to switch to live training we can transfer the remaining credit to equal value in personal training sessions or other services whether in home or at the gym.

What can I do to help prevent the spread of coronavirus?

We encourage clients to follow the CDC advice to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus:

  • Wash hands frequently, for at least 20 seconds
  • Make full use of soap, hand sanitizers and other cleaning products
  • Cover your mouth with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, then dispose of the tissue immediately
  • Familiarize yourself with the latest guidance from your health authority
  • Follow our government’s advice for travelers if returning from, or planning to travel to, a country with known cases of COVID-19 in its population

What can I do to stay healthy during the coronavirus outbreak?

We have exercise plans that you can follow if forced to self isolate. Keeping up your exercise routine and maintaining a healthful diet will support a healthy immune system.

Outside of regular hand washing and avoiding group gatherings, both large and small, we recommend continuing with the sensible foundations of all good health:

  • Walking outdoors daily
  • Maintaining good, healthy sleep
  • Avoiding processed food and alcohol
  • Exercising sensibly
  • Minimizing stress

Useful Links

Essential Businesses That Can Stay Open — City of Los Angeles

• Gas service stations, auto supply, auto repair, bicycle repair shops and related facilities.

• Health care operations, including: Hospitals, Clinics, Dentists, Pharmacies, Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, Medical and scientific research, Laboratories, Healthcare suppliers, Home healthcare services providers, Mental health providers, Physical therapists and chiropractors. Healthcare operations does NOT include fitness and exercise gyms and similar facilities

• Veterinary care providers

• Cannabis dispensaries, or any related and/or ancillary healthcare services

• Manufacturers and suppliers

• Food providers, including: Restaurants offering take-out, delivery or drive-thru (No dine-in service), Grocery stores & Supermarkets, Water retailers, Certified farmers’ markets, Farm and produce stands, Supermarkets, Convenience stores, Warehouse stores, Food banks, Convenience stores

• Organizations and businesses that provide food, shelter, and social services (including gang prevention and intervention, domestic violence and homeless services agencies)

• Food cultivation, including farming, livestock, and fishing

• Pet supply stores

• Hardware and building supply stores and nurseries.

• Plumbers, electricians, exterminators, custodial/janitorial workers, handyman services, funeral home workers and morticians, moving services, HVAC installers, carpenters, landscapers, gardeners, property managers, private security personnel and other service providers who provide services to maintain the safety, sanitation, and essential operation to properties and other essential activities.

• Construction of commercial and institutional buildings, and residential buildings and housing

• Banks, credit unions, financial institutions and insurance companies.

• Businesses providing mailing and shipping services, including post office boxes.

• Laundromats/laundry service

• Newspapers, magazines, television, radio, podcasts and other media services

• Educational institutions, including public and private K-12 schools, colleges, and universities — for purposes of facilitating distance learning or performing essential functions provided that social distancing of six-feet per person is maintained to the greatest extent possible.

• Businesses that supply products needed for people to work from home.

• Utility companies and other businesses that supply other essential businesses with the support, services, or supplies necessary to operate, provided that strict social distancing is maintained.

• Individuals or businesses that ship or deliver groceries, food, beverages or goods directly to residences or businesses, including rail and trucking.

• Airlines, taxis, ride sharing services, and other private transportation services providing transportation services necessary for essential activities and other purposes expressly authorized in this Order.

• Home-based care for disabled persons, seniors, adults, or children.

• Residential facilities and shelters for disabled persons, seniors, adults, and children.

• Professional services, such as legal, payroll or accounting services, when necessary to assist in compliance with legally mandated activities.

• Hotels, motels, shared rental units and similar facilities.

• Military/Defense Contractors/FFRDC (Federally Funded Research and Development Centers)

• Childcare facilities providing services that enable employees exempted in this Order to work as permitted, under restrictions contained in the Order.

Non essential businesses can continue to conduct operations online, by phone or by allowing employees to work from home.

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