Jason Alan Robinson


EYES: Brown

HAIR: Black

HEIGHT: 6’4 Stage



CHEST: 50in

ARMS: 19in

WAIST: 33 (off season) 29 (in season)


CALVES: 19in


Jason began training with weights his freshman year in high school. Although he was training for football and basketball he was fascinated by what the weights did with his body. He was a “skinny” kid graduating at only a 163 pounds on a 6’2″ frame. He earned a basketball scholarship to Adams State University where he majored in Human Physical Performance. The coaches wanted him to gain weight so his father hired a former Mr. Colorado body builder to train him. He fell in love with the concept of eating, training and supplementation to grow muscle. By time he arrived on campus he was a chiseled 185 pounds and found himself putting together programs for his teammates and friends. After suffering a career ending injury in pre season he threw himself into the weight room and returned home for Christmas break weight 205 pounds. Jason returned home and began a career in the real estate industry and by 23 started his own mortgage company. He enjoyed the success but never loses his passion for training with weights and trained religiously 5 days a week. After losing his companies in the recession and bursting of the real estate bubble he was searching for a new career path.


He set his focus on the fitness industry and decided his path would be competing in the NPC as a men’s physique athlete. He competed in his first show in the fall of 2012 and although he did not place as he has hoped he fell in love with the sport. His second competition was three months later and he placed 1st in Novice, 2nd in Open and 2nd in Masters and became Nationally Qualified to compete for his IFBB Pro Card at a national level show against the best amateur athletes in the country. After suffering two surgeries to remove kidney stones he and his coach put a plan in motion. He returned for his third NPC show which was the first one he competed in the year prior. Jason won his Open class, Masters class and best his first JARFit client to win Masters Overall!

Two weeks later he flew to Pittsburgh to compete for the first time nationally and took  2nd in his class earning his IFBB Pro Card at his first national show where over one thousand athletes from all the division’s competed. He returned home and gained two new athletes on his JARFit team who both went on to win their Open classes in their first show under his guidance.

Jason then publicly announced he was taking athletes in December 2013 and within a week had over 30 athletes. In the 2014 and 2015 seasons he helped over 40 athletes reach national qualification and two athletes achieve IFBB Pro Cards. One of which is his then girlfriend and now wife, CO Coach of JARFit and NPC National Championships Figure Overall Champion IFBB Figure Pro Tamika (Irvin) Robinson.  Together they have more than doubled the athlete roster helping 4 other athletes become national champions earning IFBB Pro Status and also have built a large clientele of “Fitness Lifestyle” clients who are reaching life goals through the platform of fitness!!!  Jason does not just train body builders. He is passionate about using his unique skill set to help individuals at all fitness levels achieve their goals. His passion is being his best so he can help as many as he can be their best. As he says, “If I can do it, anyone can do it.”



2016 IFBB Showdown Utah: 16th
2016 IFBB New York Pro: 16th
2016 IFBB Puerto Rico Pro: 13th
2016 IFBB Mile High Pro: 10th


2015 IFBB Mile High Pro: 10th


IFBB Pro League
2014 Mile High Pro: 16th


Warrior Classic
1st Master Master Overall Champion
1st Open IFBB North Americans
2nd Masters Earned IFBB Pro Card
7th Open


2012 Warrior Classic
5th Masters
7th Novice
14th Open
2012 Rocky Mountain Classic
3rd Masters
1st Novice
3rd Open