Everything you need to look and feel your very best! 24-Hour Access, 1-on-1 Personal Training, Home Fitness Equipment & Supplement Sales.
Jason’s Fitness 3724 Cottage Hill Rd. Mobile, Alabama  (251) 661-4615         Jason’s Fitness 120 W. Berry Ave. Foley, Al  36535  (251) 943-5591
One-On-One with Jason Greene Own it! Look   in   the   mirror   and   take   ownership   of   what   you   see.      I   have   spent   the   last   three   decades   speaking   to audiences   about   the   dangers   of   tobacco,   drugs   and   alcohol.      I   also   talk   about   the   joy   that   comes   from   taking care   of   your   body   through   exercise   and   eating   healthier.      After   several   years   of   talks   using   everything   from humor   to   breaking   flaming   concrete   with   my   arm   in   order   to   get   my   point   across,   it   dawned   on   me   that   the only point I really need to make is this "Take responsibility for your own actions!"  In other words, own it. So   now   I   would   like   to   tell   you   the   same   thing.      Stand   up   and   look   in   the   mirror   and   own   it.      That   is   your body   and   it   is   what   you   have   made   it.      No   more   excuses,   it   is   time   for   you   to   get   honest   with   yourself.      Blaming others   for   your   short   comings   has   become   the   American   way   of   life   and   it   is   time   to   end   it   now.      Let's   start   with you.  Do   you   tell   people   that   you   do   not   have   time   to   exercise?      In   2010   the   average   adult   spent   about   four   and a   half   hours   per   day   watching   television.      That's   30   hours   per   week!      On   top   of   that   they   also   spent   an   average of   two   and   a   half   hours   per   day   online   surfing   the   internet,   or   about   18   hours   per   week.      That   my   friend   is   a   lot of   wasted   exercise   time!   If   you   cannot   bear   to   give   up   your   favorite   sitcom's,   get   an   elliptical   or   treadmill   and put it in front of the TV and burn some calories while watching the tube. What   are   you   eating?      A   better   question,   why   are   you   eating   it?      A   lot   of   people   love   to   blame   fast   food restaurants   for   being   overweight,   but   I   have   never   been   in   a   restaurant   where   I   was   forced   to   eat   anything that   I   did   not   choose   to   eat.      Do   you   realize   it   is   always   your   choice?   No   matter   where   you   are   you   can   make the   right   choice.      For   instance   the   biggest,   baddest   fast   food   chain   in   the   world,   McDonald's,   is   constantly adding   low   fat,   low   calorie   choices   and   all   the   other   chains   are   following   suit.      So,   once   again   what   goes   in   your mouth is up to you and no one else, own it! Let's   get   back   to   the   mirror   and   you.      Now   that   you   have   owned   your   own   reflection   what   are   you   going   to do   about   it?      If   you   don't   like   what   you   see,   I   can   tell   you   what   not   to   do.      Don't   put   yourself   on   some   kind   of guilt   trip   or   beat   yourself   up   over   past   mistakes.      That   usually   sends   folks   right   to   the   freezer   and   the   couch and   trust   me   a   pint   of   Häagen-Dazs   and   a   rerun   of   Sex   And   The   City   is   not   the   answer.         Instead   decide   what you   want   your   reflection   to   look   like   in   a   year   and   start   making   the   choices   and   changes   in   order   to   achieve that reflection.  It's your reflection.  It belongs to you and no one else, but you.  So, own it!   Disclaimer:   One   on   One   with   Jason   aims   to   provide   general   fitness   and   exercise   information.   Advice   offered   may   not   be   applicable   to   all   individuals   and   does   not   constitute   medical advice.      People   have   different   needs,   abilities   and   levels   of   health.   It   is   recommended   that   all   readers   consult   a   medical   professional   before   beginning   any   form   of   exercise,   participate   in any   physical   fitness   or   sports   training   program   or   undertake   any   form   of   health   plan,   nutrition   program   or   weight   loss   diet,   especially   if   you   have   been   inactive   most   of   your   life,   suffer from obesity or have any health problems.
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Everything you need to look and feel your very best! 24-Hour Access, 1-on-1 Personal Training, Home Fitness Equipment & Supplement Sales.
Jason’s Fitness 3724 Cottage Hill Rd. Mobile, Alabama  (251) 661-4615         Jason’s Fitness 120 W. Berry Ave. Foley, Al  36535  (251) 943-5591
One-On-One with Jason Greene Own it! Look   in   the   mirror   and   take   ownership   of   what   you   see.      I   have   spent the   last   three   decades   speaking   to   audiences   about   the   dangers   of   tobacco, drugs   and   alcohol.      I   also   talk   about   the   joy   that   comes   from   taking   care   of your   body   through   exercise   and   eating   healthier.      After   several   years   of talks   using   everything   from   humor   to   breaking   flaming   concrete   with   my arm   in   order   to   get   my   point   across,   it   dawned   on   me   that   the   only   point   I really   need   to   make   is   this   "Take   responsibility   for   your   own   actions!"      In other words, own it. So   now   I   would   like   to   tell   you   the   same   thing.      Stand   up   and   look   in the   mirror   and   own   it.      That   is   your   body   and   it   is   what   you   have   made   it.     No   more   excuses,   it   is   time   for   you   to   get   honest   with   yourself.      Blaming others   for   your   short   comings   has   become   the   American   way   of   life   and   it   is time to end it now.  Let's start with you.  Do   you   tell   people   that   you   do   not   have   time   to   exercise?      In   2010   the average   adult   spent   about   four   and   a   half   hours   per   day   watching   television.     That's   30   hours   per   week!      On   top   of   that   they   also   spent   an   average   of   two and   a   half   hours   per   day   online   surfing   the   internet,   or   about   18   hours   per week.      That   my   friend   is   a   lot   of   wasted   exercise   time!   If   you   cannot   bear   to give   up   your   favorite   sitcom's,   get   an   elliptical   or   treadmill   and   put   it   in front of the TV and burn some calories while watching the tube. What   are   you   eating?      A   better   question,   why   are   you   eating   it?      A   lot of   people   love   to   blame   fast   food   restaurants   for   being   overweight,   but   I have   never   been   in   a   restaurant   where   I   was   forced   to   eat   anything   that   I did   not   choose   to   eat.      Do   you   realize   it   is   always   your   choice?   No   matter where   you   are   you   can   make   the   right   choice.      For   instance   the   biggest, baddest   fast   food   chain   in   the   world,   McDonald's,   is   constantly   adding   low fat,   low   calorie   choices   and   all   the   other   chains   are   following   suit.      So,   once again what goes in your mouth is up to you and no one else, own it! Let's   get   back   to   the   mirror   and   you.      Now   that   you   have   owned   your own   reflection   what   are   you   going   to   do   about   it?      If   you   don't   like   what   you see,   I   can   tell   you   what   not   to   do.      Don't   put   yourself   on   some   kind   of   guilt trip   or   beat   yourself   up   over   past   mistakes.      That   usually   sends   folks   right   to the   freezer   and   the   couch   and   trust   me   a   pint   of   Häagen-Dazs   and   a   rerun of   Sex   And   The   City   is   not   the   answer.         Instead   decide   what   you   want   your reflection   to   look   like   in   a   year   and   start   making   the   choices   and   changes   in order   to   achieve   that   reflection.      It's   your   reflection.      It   belongs   to   you   and no one else, but you.  So, own it!   Disclaimer:   One   on   One   with   Jason   aims   to   provide   general   fitness   and   exercise   information.   Advice   offered   may   not   be   applicable   to   all   individuals   and does   not   constitute   medical   advice.      People   have   different   needs,   abilities   and   levels   of   health.   It   is   recommended   that   all   readers   consult   a   medical professional   before   beginning   any   form   of   exercise,   participate   in   any   physical   fitness   or   sports   training   program   or   undertake   any   form   of   health   plan, nutrition program or weight loss diet, especially if you have been inactive most of your life, suffer from obesity or have any health problems.
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One-On-One with Jason Greene Own it! Look   in   the   mirror   and   take   ownership   of   what   you   see.      I have   spent   the   last   three   decades   speaking   to   audiences   about the   dangers   of   tobacco,   drugs   and   alcohol.      I   also   talk   about   the joy   that   comes   from   taking   care   of   your   body   through   exercise and   eating   healthier.      After   several   years   of   talks   using   everything from   humor   to   breaking   flaming   concrete   with   my   arm   in   order   to get   my   point   across,   it   dawned   on   me   that   the   only   point   I   really need   to   make   is   this   "Take   responsibility   for   your   own   actions!"      In other words, own it. So   now   I   would   like   to   tell   you   the   same   thing.      Stand   up and   look   in   the   mirror   and   own   it.      That   is   your   body   and   it   is what   you   have   made   it.      No   more   excuses,   it   is   time   for   you   to   get honest   with   yourself.      Blaming   others   for   your   short   comings   has become   the   American   way   of   life   and   it   is   time   to   end   it   now.     Let's start with you.  Do   you   tell   people   that   you   do   not   have   time   to   exercise?      In 2010   the   average   adult   spent   about   four   and   a   half   hours   per   day watching   television.      That's   30   hours   per   week!      On   top   of   that they   also   spent   an   average   of   two   and   a   half   hours   per   day   online surfing   the   internet,   or   about   18   hours   per   week.      That   my   friend is   a   lot   of   wasted   exercise   time!   If   you   cannot   bear   to   give   up your   favorite   sitcom's,   get   an   elliptical   or   treadmill   and   put   it   in front of the TV and burn some calories while watching the tube. What   are   you   eating?      A   better   question,   why   are   you   eating it?      A   lot   of   people   love   to   blame   fast   food   restaurants   for   being overweight,   but   I   have   never   been   in   a   restaurant   where   I   was forced   to   eat   anything   that   I   did   not   choose   to   eat.      Do   you   realize it   is   always   your   choice?   No   matter   where   you   are   you   can   make the   right   choice.      For   instance   the   biggest,   baddest   fast   food   chain in   the   world,   McDonald's,   is   constantly   adding   low   fat,   low   calorie choices   and   all   the   other   chains   are   following   suit.      So,   once   again what goes in your mouth is up to you and no one else, own it! Let's   get   back   to   the   mirror   and   you.      Now   that   you   have owned   your   own   reflection   what   are   you   going   to   do   about   it?      If you   don't   like   what   you   see,   I   can   tell   you   what   not   to   do.      Don't put   yourself   on   some   kind   of   guilt   trip   or   beat   yourself   up   over past   mistakes.      That   usually   sends   folks   right   to   the   freezer   and the   couch   and   trust   me   a   pint   of   Häagen-Dazs   and   a   rerun   of   Sex And   The   City   is   not   the   answer.         Instead   decide   what   you   want your   reflection   to   look   like   in   a   year   and   start   making   the   choices and    changes    in    order    to    achieve    that    reflection.        It's    your reflection.      It   belongs   to   you   and   no   one   else,   but   you.      So,   own it! Disclaimer:   One   on   One   with   Jason   aims   to   provide   general   fitness   and   exercise   information. Advice   offered   may   not be   applicable   to   all   individuals   and   does   not   constitute   medical   advice.      People   have   different   needs,   abilities   and levels   of   health.   It   is   recommended   that   all   readers   consult   a   medical   professional   before   beginning   any   form   of exercise,   participate   in   any   physical   fitness   or   sports   training   program   or   undertake   any   form   of   health   plan, nutrition   program   or   weight   loss   diet,   especially   if   you   have   been   inactive   most   of   your   life,   suffer   from   obesity   or have any health problems.
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