Jay Vandermeer’s Personal Trainer Profile
|Certifications:|| First Aid
|Specialties:||Fitness Education Instruction
Personal Training (In-Home)
Disability Training (Paraplegic / Blind / Deaf / Wheelchair)
Strength and Conditioning (Toning)
Weight Management (Weight Loss / Fat Loss)
Axaxia Telangiectasia (Motor Coordination)
Holoprosencephaly (Brain Trauma)
Osteoarthritis (Degenerative Arthritis)
Patellofemoral Syndrome (Knee Pain)
Scoliosis (Spinal Curvature Misalignment)
Broken Hip Injuries
Post-Rehabilitation (Arm and Leg Injuries / Upper and Lower Back Pain / Postural Correction / Repetitive Strain Injuries)
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Senior Fitness Training (Age 50+)
|Affiliations:||Guelph Fitness Training (Founder)|
|Web Search:||Fitness Education Instruction Guelph, Personal Training (In-Home) Guelph, Disability Training (Paraplegic / Blind / Deaf / Wheelchair) Guelph, Strength and Conditioning (Toning) Guelph, Endurance Training Guelph, Weight Management (Weight Loss / Fat Loss) Guelph, Axaxia Telangiectasia (Motor Coordination) Guelph, Holoprosencephaly (Brain Trauma) Guelph, Osteoarthritis (Degenerative Arthritis) Guelph, Patellofemoral Syndrome (Knee Pain) Guelph, Scoliosis (Spinal Curvature Misalignment) Guelph, Knee Bursitis Guelph, Shoulder Bursitis Guelph, Shoulder Tendonitis Guelph, Shoulder Impingement Guelph, Broken Hip Injuries Guelph, Post-Rehabilitation (Arm and Leg Injuries / Upper and Lower Back Pain / Postural Correction / Repetitive Strain Injuries) Guelph, Joint Stabilization Guelph, Rotator Cuff Injuries Guelph, Senior Fitness Training (Age 50+) Guelph|
Jay Vandermeer’s Continuing Education Courses
Jay has completed the following additional courses for self-improvement and to improve client training:
- A Course In Breathing: Breathing to Enhance Fitness and Athletic Performance Online, Sep. 2012 (7 Hours)
- YTS - FPM Barbell Training Specialist - Part 1: Progressive Powerlifting, Nov. 2014 (7 Hours)
- Human Kinetics Strength Training for Fat Loss, Sep. 2015 (7 Hours)
- Unmasking Superfoods Online, Oct. 2016 (7 Hours)
Jay Vandermeer’s Top 10 Health & Fitness Reading Resources
- CPTN. (2005). The Art & Science of Personal Training: The Essentials (4th ed.) Manual. CPTN Inc.
Jay Vandermeer’s Clients Before/After Transformation Photos
No professional client before/after photos available.Before Photo 1 After Photo 1 Before Photo 2 After Photo 2 Before Photo 3 After Photo 3 Before Photo 4 After Photo 4
Note: All before/after transformation photos are cropped from shoulder to knees to protect identities.
Jay Vandermeer’s Videos of Practical / Instruction / Demonstrations
Jay Vandermeer’s Awards / Media Recognition
Jay has not submitted references to reports, magazines, newspapers, radio or television media.
Jay Vandermeer’s Reviews / References / Testimonials
I have been working with Jay for [approximately 1 and a half years] and my daughter who is physically disabled has [also] been working with Jay for [over 1 year]. The most noticeable difference for me is that my body isn’t aching like it [used to lifting and transferring my daughter, oing barn chores and lifting hay bales and general everyday activities]. My balance has improved greatly when riding my horse and on the boat. I’ve noticed my daughter has become more independent in everyday activities. She seems to be stronger and able to do transfers quicker with minimal assistance. Jay makes her workout fun so she doesn’t mind doing it. My daughter also has speech difficulties but Jay seems to understand her and they communicate well. – Jan A.
Jay was one of the top trainers at our club, and this was largely due to his professional manner, work ethics, knowledge and passion for fitness. Jay was the dry land trainer for the Blue Fins swim team, and showed immense knowledge in regards to the training plan and injury prevention/rehab. Jay also worked with several handicapped youths, which requires specialized knowledge and a caring personality. He always prepared for his [personal] training sessions doing research and planning, which proved his dedication to his clients. He also has a great rapport with his clients, both adults and youth. – Lisa C.
Jay worked as a Personal Trainer under my supervision at Power Zone Fitness Centre in Georgetown, Ontario from June 2008 until spring of 2010. Jay was considered the clubs’ top Personal Trainer leading our established Halton Hills Blue Fins swim team in team training and playing an integral part in leading the team training for Georgetown Minor Hockey Association (GMHA). Outside of his busy schedule with team training Jay trained many clients with a variety of needs ranging from handicapped, elderly, athletes and clients wishing to improve their health. Jay is a dedicated professional that can take any client and work with them successfully towards their goals! – Cathy G.