Jamie Wolf , NASM Elite Trainer


Jamie Wolf graduated from the California University of Pennsylvania with a master degree in health and exercise science in rehabilitation and the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor degree in health promotions/exercise physiology. He also holds an associate degree in business management.  Jamie is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Certified Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, Fitness Nutrition Specialist, and Performance Enhancement Specialist. Additionally, he holds the credential of a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association which certifies collegiate strength and conditioning coaches. 

Jamie has been managing, supervising, and directing fitness programs for over 15 years in medical based facilities, university athletics, and health clubs.  He has delivered over 12,000 hours of fitness instruction and has been responsible for the continuing education of other trainers for over 10 years.  Jamie loves fitness and enjoys practicing what he preaches and currently is an avid runner and weight lifter. 

Whether your goals are post-rehab, weight loss, muscle sculpting, or sports performance, Jamie can lead you to the results you have always dreamed of!  Fitness changed Jamie's life as former overweight middle school student and now he can help you!

Specialties: c
orrective exercise, weight loss, general fitness, sports performance training




  • Health & Fitness Provider Network National Academy of Sports Medicine


  • Harrison, OH


  • Jamie Wolf , NASM Elite Trainer - Harrison, OH - Fitness

    How can I lose belly fat?

    We can turn losing belly fat into a basic math problem and away from questionable fad diets.  Anyone with medical problems should seek a registered dietician or medical professional to assist them in their journey.

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  • Jamie Wolf , NASM Elite Trainer - Harrison, OH - Fitness

    How can I prevent injuries in sports?

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