My wife, Marissa, and I have always been a partnership of opposites. While there are things that we have historically enjoyed together, the list has always been rather small and we have always had our respective spaces where we could be our own.

Like a lot of marriages, we went…


I’m going to keep this week’s post relatively short and sweet (at least according to my usual trends.)

Your goals for yourself and your ability to reach them come down to (mainly) one key thing: your willingness to change.

I was recently speaking with a client to try and troubleshoot…


The majority of the clients who come to my door at RevFit are coming for weight loss. Maybe they’ve heard about my coaching style or they’ve seen the results of my clients or they just did a random local Google search and came across our website to find out more.


In late 2018, I was contacted by a gentleman named Joshua Shea with regard to a book he had just released “The Addiction Nobody Will Talk About“. …


On any given week, I respond to a number of questions from my clients who are constantly trying to improve their physiques for either health or aesthetic purposes (frequently both).

As the adage goes, there’s “no such thing as a stupid question” and I generally agree.

A question that a…


Remember when life was easier? I do.

You were so respectful of me then. But, we were younger…

We had fewer responsibilities and fewer places we had to be, fewer people counting on us.

It’s not that way now.

I remember when you cried less, you screamed less and you…


Last year, when I decided to go back into therapy, there were problems in my life that I was dealing with that I felt had a correlation to my grieving process (or lack thereof) over losing my father.

When I got through my initial appointment with my therapist where I…


I spend a lot of time in different groups on Facebook tailored to other fitness professionals. As you can imagine, there’s a range of tenure between them (beginners and veterans) as well as a vast assortment of training styles (group exercise, one-on-one training, sport specific, etc). …


It was the only time in my life that I would be handcuffed in the back of a police car.

I had threatened suicide in the middle of some emotional breakdown in March of 1998. …


I’ve been talking about sexual abuse for nearly two decades now.

My own brush with it occurred nearly 40 years ago and when I wrote this article earlier this year, I felt a certain sense of finality with it.

Being sexually abused was something I felt I could compartmentalize well…

Jason Leenaarts

Owner: Revolution Fitness & Therapy; Author: "A Revolution A Day" and "The Revolution Is You!"; Host-Revolutionary You! Podcast

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