Dan Lawson

Certified Personal Trainer & Corrective Exercise Specialist
National Academy of Sports Medicine

Dan Lawson Javelin Fitness World Class Personal Training In Your Home or Condominium Gym

Dan Lawson CPT, NASM

Dan Lawson has always been active. He played soccer and baseball competitively from age 5 through High School.

But it was while Dan was recovering from a major leg injury after graduating from the University of Washington that he was inspired to help others achieve their fitness goals.

Dan suffered a “spiral fracture” and required surgery to repair numerous breaks in his tibia and fibula.

Due to swelling and pain, Dan was unable to leave his couch for more than a few minutes at a time. As time went on, the pain diminished and he was able to get out of the house on crutches and gradually resume his active lifestyle.   Once cleared by his physician, Dan began physical therapy to mobilize his leg and increase stability and flexibility.

But it wasn’t until Dan started working out one-on-one with a personal trainer that he began to truly regain his strength and feel like himself again.

Dan Lawson - Javelin Fitness - World Class personal training in your home or condominium gym

Dan's Broken Leg - Count the screws . . .

Inspired by his journey, from injury and a lengthy recovery back to strength, Dan went back to school to become a certified personal trainer.

Today, Dan enjoys working with clients of all types.

From those who are recovering from injury – or want to change their sedentary ways – to athletes looking to increase strength, endurance and flexibility.

Because every client is different, Dan creates a custom program for each individual based on their needs, interest and abilities.  And no two workouts are ever the same – so getting fit becomes fun rather than a chore.

Want to see if Dan can get you to move better and help you achieve your fitness goals?

Give Dan a call  at (206) 818-2362
and ask about a FREE one hour introductory workout.
At your home, condominium gym, or office.

Or Click here to email Dan.

We don’t stop playing because we grow old,
we grow old because we stop playing”
George Bernard Shaw

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