About

Mission Statement

Founded in 1992, Training for All Ages wants to be known for inspiring, educating and creating systems and programs to help children, adults and seniors get on a regular and consistent exercise program and healthy eating plan that is specifically designed for them to achieve the results that they are looking for and live their fullest lives possible.

 

 

Education

  • B.S. in Sports and Exercise Science from The State University of NY at Buffalo

Certifications

  • NASM Master Trainer
  • NASM Certified Personal Trainer
  • NASM Weight Loss Specialist
  • NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist
  • NASM Behavior Change Specialist
  • Corrective Exercise Specialist in the Biomechanics Method
  • Certification in Applied Functional Science
  • Certification in 3D Maps
  • Parkinson’s Specialist

Jonathan has a deep concern for people who have Parkinson’s and is committed to helping them get on a regular exercise program to manage their condition. He wants to provide hope for the person with Parkinson’s and the people who take care of them. Through Jonathan’s 10 years of working with many people with Parkinson’s ranging from mild to an advanced stage, he has developed a very successful program to help people with Parkinson’s manage their condition to decrease their symptoms and move better so they can live their best lives possible. He also trains the caregivers and family members how to provide exercises and stretches while he isn’t there so the person with Parkinson’s can get regular exercise, manage their rigidity, learn how to deal with freezing episodes and maintain the ability to move.

He has trained people in their homes, private gyms, outdoors and at top health clubs in Los Angeles. He loves taking people through many different types of workouts. All of his exercise programs are well balanced and challenging, personally designed to help people get into their best possible shape. He has led youth, adult and senior training programs.

He has a large experience working with the average person who wants to: get in shape, lose weight, get stronger, have better posture, strengthen their core, become more flexible, improve their balance, and look and feel better. He is able to develop a great exercise program and is able to help someone get on a healthy eating plan.

He is very passionate about working with children getting them moving and eating healthier. He has led classes for children: strength and conditioning, step aerobics, toning, and sculpting. He has trained a number of children individually as well helping them get on a good exercise program, inspiring them to eat healthier and make exercise a part of their lives. Many children will take guidance well from a trainer, which sometimes doesn’t always happen from their parents.

He has worked with many adults: helping women lose fat and weight, look and feel better, fit into their clothes, get more toned, lose inches in their abs, legs, and thighs, strengthen their cores and have better posture. He has helped many men as well get stronger, strengthen their cores, increase lean muscle mass, lose that belly fat, go through challenging workouts, be consistent, and look and feel better.

He has worked extensively with seniors in a group and individual setting. He is very concerned about older people being active, having the strength, balance, flexibility, and stamina to live their lives. Many seniors decline rapidly when they aren’t active usually suffering from a number of various ailments. He has worked in three assisted living facilities leading exercise programs. He has worked in 3 cardiac rehab facilities, in an outpatient cardiac rehab program at The Veterans Hospital in Buffalo, NY, at Cedar’s Sinai Medical Center and in the inpatient cardiac rehab program at Saint John’s Medical Center.

Many of his clients now and over the years have been 60 and above. Many of these clients have various medical issues ranging from muscle and joint problems, heart issues, diabetes, strokes, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. He has clients who have bone spurs, bursitis on the hips and shoulders, rounded shoulders, hip and knee replacements, herniated discs, broken shoulders, torn rotator cuff, rheumatoid arthritis as well as many other medical conditions.

Through being a corrective exercise specialist, he is able to assess people and identify muscles in the body that are out of balance. For example, in a person whose shoulders are rounded their chest muscles are tight and their upper back muscles are weak. Jonathan develops specific programs to help the person get on a program tailored to his client’s muscle imbalances, injury considerations and goals that will help them exercise the body without injuring themselves and most of the time healing from their injury through rehab exercises and stretches.

Through working with many people who have Parkinson’s ranging from 47 to 91 and from mild to advanced symptoms, Jonathan has developed effective exercise programs to help reduce and manage their symptoms.

One of Jonathan’s major focuses has been on helping people have better posture. So many people have rounded shoulders and a forward head posture, weak upper/lower back and neck muscles, as well as muscle tightness and pain. Jonathan has developed a specific program to help people increase their upper/ lower back and neck strength and flexibility as well as reduce or diminish their pain.

Ultimately, Jonathan Rose is passionate about helping people live their highest quality of life possible: being active, eating healthy and enjoying their life.

Jonathan Rose wants as many people as possible to reap the amazing benefits of exercising regularly and eating healthy.  He provides people with exercise programs that are specifically designed for them to set them up for success to get on a well rounded exercise program helping them:  get stronger, more flexible, reduce weight and body fat if needed, improve posture, improve balance, mobility and agility, as well as stamina.  

Since 1992 he has been training children, adults and seniors to help them get in their best shape.  He specializes in working with seniors and people with Parkinson’s. He is very concerned about older people getting regular exercise so they have the strength, mobility and balance to live their lives and to decrease their vulnerability to falling.  He also trains caregivers and family members to help incorporate exercise in the people they are taking care of.  He develops programs for people who have Parkinson’s to manage and reduce their symptoms and teaches the caregivers and family members to help manage as well.  He teaches them exercises and stretches to do.  

Jonathan has a degree in Exercise Science and is a NASM Master Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, Senior Specialist, Weight Loss Specialist, and Behavior Change Specialist.  He is also a Corrective Exercise Specialist in The Biomechanics Method as well as has two certifications by Gary Gray, Certification in Applied Functional Science and 3D Maps.

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