Jason is a NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a Certified Functional Movement Screening Specialist, NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist, EXOS Certified Performance Specialist, Certified Pre- & Postnatal Coach and Titleist Performance Institute Certified Golf Fitness Professional. Jason has earned an undergraduate and master’s degree in Business Administration, as well as, a second master’s degree in Kinesiology and Sports Conditioning.

Jason comes to Mitch’s with over 10 years’ experience in the human performance industry, training individuals and groups at all fitness levels. His range of expertise is as diverse as working with professional athletes and women during all stages of their pregnancy; both of which can require an Olympian training effort and gold medal rewards.  Jason utilizes a movement based, results oriented training methodology.  His emphasis on proper posture, efficient movement and education, empower his clients with the knowledge, tools and the ability to maximize performance, achieve goals, and decrease risk of injury in any active lifestyle.

Phone: 610.918.2900 ext 200     Email: jdougherty@mitchsgym.com

Remaining Athletic As We Age

Remaining athletic, highly capable and active as life progresses is essential to reducing the risk of injury and preserving health. Below are 10 ways to ensure that your workouts are helping you to remain athletic, highly capable and healthy for as long as...

Member Spotlight – Tyler Kennedy

Pregnant women commonly receive the following advice related to physical activity (sometimes from well-meaning people in their lives, including their doctor): “Keep doing what you were doing before you got pregnant, and avoid doing anything new.” However,...

Rotational Training

Rotational training is the blending of core training and strength training. In fact, it is an essential part of both core training and proper strength development. Rotation is actually NOT one of the six foundational movement patterns (squat, hinge, lunge, push,...

Turkish Get Up

The Turkish Get Up (TGU) has numerous benefits, mainly it provides practice transitioning from the ground to a standing position which is a skill human tend to lose as life progresses. The TGU develops spinal stabilization, it synchronizes movement between...

An Introduction to the Joint by Joint Approach

Due to our habitual life style choices, our bodies develop specific tendencies and movement compensations. Those of us who are sedentary, as well as those of us who are active, tend to exhibit similar mobility and stability problems. Of course, exceptions exist, but...

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