Frequently asked questions about Jason Hodge.

What certifications do you have?
I am certified through the Cooper’s Institute for Aerobic Research in personal training and indoor cycling, the National Academy of Sports Medicine in personal training, Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Performance Enhancement Specialist, and a Medical Exercise Specialist certification from the American Academy of Health, Fitness, and Rehab Professionals.

Do you have a degree? Yes, I have a bachelors in Kinesiology from the University of Texas at Tyler, and I also was enrolled in the Masters program for Physical Therapy at Texas Womans’ University in Houston for a short time.

Are you first aid certified?
Yes, and I update it every year.

What are your credentials?
Besides my certifications and degree, I’m also an author of a book (soon to be published), writer of numerous fitness articles, and chair part of the Katy Chamber Health and Wellness Committee.

What types of clients have you worked with before and what were their results?
I’ve been a personal trainer since 1996. I’ve helped people

Results can be tremendous for many of my clients.  They have reduced reduced blood pressure, cholesterol, knee pain, back pain, shoulder pain, and lost weight.  If you want to lose weight, and you aren’t sure it’s possible, I can assure you, it is….even if you have joint pain.

What do you specialize in?
Over the years I’ve done a little bit of everything, but my specialty is back pain. I’ve been visiting physical therapy clinics since I was in high school, and just have a passion for helping people get past the misery of dealing with a bad back. I’ll be glad to share my story with you in regards to back pain if you ask. Back pain has affected my life in more ways than anyone else I have ever met, and I know the physical and emotional pain it causes.

How many times a week do I need to see you?
Everyone is different and after doing a consultation with you, I can make a suggestion on how many times a week you should meet with me.

How will my progress be monitored?
I am a computer dork. I love to monitor everything. I use the computer to track your progress, prepare your workouts (I type them all out before hand), and even predict your results weeks ahead of time. When you walk into a session I will know what you will be doing and how much you will be lifting. I can map out a workout progression plan for you for the next 365 days.

How much does it cost?
I map everything out in phases. Based on what you are wanting to achieve and where your current condition is, I can map out what types of things you need to be doing, how long it will take, and what your results will be at the end of it. Once I have determined all of this, I can tell you how much you need to invest into the program.

What is your cancellation policy?
I have a 24 hour cancellation policy. If you let me know that you are not able to make it within a day of your session, it gives me time to put someone else in your time slot for that day.