Ron Le is a Personal Trainer working in Pasadena, CA who specializes in weight loss training, toning, and lean muscle building. Ron Le has been on America’s Best TV show on ION Television, quoted by Arroyo Magazine, and has also been a judge for the 2015 Miss Teen Pasadena/Anaheim/San Bernardino. As a personal trainer, Ron Le has developed programs that systematically and consistently achieve results. Ron Le believes in not only obtaining results for people but aiding them in creating a healthier lifestyle.
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Ron Le Fitness quoted in Arroyo Magazine
(January 2015: “The Fitness-Tracking Craze”)
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“The first picture is where Senny STARTED. Through hard work and persistance she was able to lose a HEALTHY amount of weight in a HEALTHY amount of time (the middle picture). She even lost a few MORE pounds from when that picture was taken. The last photo is her most CURRENT picture. She’s been able to maintain her weight and continue to stay active.
While training her I definitely saw changes in her both physically and mentally. I’m so proud of how far she has come AND being able to continue living a happier, healthier lifestyle. It truly makes me happy when I can see my clients carry over what I’ve taught them into their everyday lives. I firmly believe in aiding my clients in creating a better lifestyle versus keeping up with the latest fad diets and “fitness techniques.” –Ron Le
“Once you have decided that you are willing to do WHATEVER IT TAKES to reach your goals NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE! My client Van went from 203 pounds to 161 pounds in four months! He was able to lose over 40 pounds of body fat in four months through exercise and proper nutrition. Van followed the personal training program that was made for him exactly and was able to achieve amazing results. We did this while rehabbing a nagging shoulder and knee injury as well! He now squats 225lbs, benches 165lbs, and dead lift 225lbs. Thank you for your hard work Van! YOU WILL BE AN INSPIRATION TO MANY WITH THE SAME STRUGGLES!” –Ron Le
“Michelle came to me with the goals she had in mind. Once we started working together she was able to blow them away and then some! She lost a whopping 60 pounds of bodyfat while building her strength up! Michelle was foreign to lifting heavy weights, or any weights at that, but trusted my guidance and is now able to squat 210 pounds and deadlift 175 pounds! Confiding in me that she hasn’t weighed this much since she was a kid in grade school made me ecstatic when she was able to hit that number. Knowing I was able to aide her in taking back control of her life is one of the best feelings as a personal trainer I have had. By putting in the time and effort she was able to achieve way more than the goals she originally set out to aim for.” –Ron Le
“My lovely couple getting strong and healthy together! This married duo started my couple’s training program with doubts after many failed attempts at losing weight. I understood their concerns and didn’t blame them because I know that battling obesity is a lifelong struggle for many. Somehow I was fortunate enough to gain their trust and to date we’ve lost a combined total of 27.5lbs doing partner training using the same system! And we are just getting started! I tweaked individual details (eg. calories, macros, cardio amount, weight intensity, strengthened weaknesses along the way) to each individual in order to maintain constant results! This shows you that results will follow when self belief is combined with proper guidance, motivation, and care.” –Ron Le
“David’s transformation shows that nothing is ever impossible. No need to wish when its guaranteed achievable. He put in the time and effort and was able to melt the fat away!” –Ron Le
“I hit a squat plateau a few weeks before my next powerlifting competition. I struggled with 1 rep at 250 lbs. I had no idea why my squats were getting weaker and weaker. Then I went to Ron to help me bring my numbers up. We had a total of 7 sessions and my numbers increased dramatically! I hit 325 lbs at my competition! I only thought of hitting this number sometime next summer. Ron is so knowledgeable in training someone to achieve their specific goals and he is very dedicated to his clients. He made sure I got my training in on specific days, no matter what time it was (some days it was 5:30 am and other days it was 11 pm) along with making sure I was eating right, resting on my rest days, stretching. I highly recommend him as a personal trainer because of his extensive knowledge of fitness, dedication to his clients, and because he really knows how to create a program customized to his client’s goals.” –Corina Scott
How will a personal trainer help me?
1) Concrete goal setting
2) Customized exercise programming
3) Nutrition counseling
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Ron will give you the tools necessary to achieve your goal.
Ron will explain to you exactly why some fitness programs work while others don’t. He will be there every step of the way during your fitness journey to help you solve problems and explain to you why there is a plateau and how to push pass plateaus.
Learn what it takes to be in the best shape of your life and let others admire your amazing body – and discover the latest tactics and strategies that fitness professionals are currently using to help their clients achieve results.
Don’t know how to exercise properly? Wondering what you should be eating in order to lose weight or gain muscle? Not sure how much cardio you should be doing? Wishing your stomach, arms, and legs were more “toned?”
It’s about doing it in a healthy, sustainable way and not just about the “easiest” or “quickest” way. Ron will eagerly give you clear and precise advice – the same priceless advice that he has used in the past to help so many others transform their lives in to having a happier, healthier future!
Everyone has to work out in order to retain muscle!
As a personal trainer in Pasadena, CA one question my clients frequently ask me is if I stop working out will I lose the muscle I gained?
One of the common misunderstandings that float around our everyday culture is the belief that the average lifespan of a person living (choose your own number) hundred years ago was many decades shorter than what it is today. That isn’t to say that advances in healthcare, hygiene, and increased production of food haven’t increased our lifespans from what they were in the past – they certainly have. But those averages take into account the incredibly large numbers of infants and young children who died. Fact is, if you were growing up in the 1400’s and made it to adulthood, you had a very good chance of living into your 60’s or 70’s. The Ancient Greek Philosopher Plato died around 347 BC at the age of 80!
But it is certainly true that overall more people are living longer. But the aging process does take its toll – some age more gracefully than others, and not every 90 year old can go skydiving. But what can we do to keep us healthy in our old age?
Sarcopenia is what doctors call muscle loss due to age. When we’re young we can lose muscle mass and size if we stop working out (or see a significant drop in physical activity) – but as we age we cannot just get back to where we were by picking up the same old regimen. It makes some sense in concept, but also research shows that people over 60 need to engage in even more frequent exercising sessions (e.g. resistance training, lifting weights) to maintain muscle mass/size than they would have had to when they were younger. Maintaining muscle mass is crucial for healthy aging, as it increases aerobic activity, helps metabolise fatty acids, and improves bone and joint health.
So to all my sexagenarians (and older) out there, if you’re looking to live longer and healthier than Charlemagne (died in 824 at 71), Hellenic astronomer Claudius Ptolemy (died in 168 around 78), or Pharaoh Ramesses II (died in 1213 BC at 90 or 91), you’re going to have to keep those workouts going!