Streetzebra Article About Personal Trainer Jason Kozma

About Jason Kozma

By Steven Travers – Street Zebra Magazine

So you are out of shape, and feel that getting into good physical condition is an uphill climb that you can never make? Think of it like rallying in a baseball game. You must score one run at a time. If you trail by a lot, you cannot hit a six-run homer. Put men on base and knock ’em in one at a time.

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The same thing applies to conditioning. Put in a little effort every day. Do not worry about your gains. Do not even check your weight every day. If you put in effort, you will see gains over time.

Most personal trainers emphasize general fitness. However, that may not yield the results you are looking for. Most people train to look good; the amount of weight they lift is a secondary concern, if a concern at all. Therefore, train for cosmetic enhancements. This will help you to create the desired body shape, rather than oddly developed or unchanged bodies.

Change your routine
Your body needs a change (not to mention your mind). Create an ever-evolving workout pattern for yourself. Vary your exercises, rep ranges and training split. You will improve more quickly by changing things around.

Personal Trainer Jason Kozma

“I’ve had an opportunity to train with five different trainers,” says entrepreneur Steve Buscemi (not the “Fargo” actor). “Jason is the only trainer I’m aware of who customizes training and nutrition to my specific needs and goals.”

Jason emphasizes the gradual approach outlined above. If that sounds good to you, he can be reached at (310) 772-5105, or by checking out his web site at Personal training sessions are $65 and up per hour. He can tailor a starter program for you, and work with you on body part specialization, in-home training, nutrition, and custom-designing the program that is right for you.

Forget lethargy and apathy. Give Los Angeles Personal Trainer Jason Kozma a ring and get started!

Steven Travers can be reached at [email protected]
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