Jeff Mayner


Jeff Mayner worked for the police department in pre-trial intervention in the early 1970s in hopes of making a difference with respect to drugs. He competed in a few local bodybuilding contests for the experience back in the early 1980s. He is married to a wonderful woman, Carole.

Jeff is I.F.P.A as a Certified Personal Trainer and in Sports Nutrition. He has been a personal trainer and nutritional consultant for the last 25 years. He writes articles for a Natural Muscle Magazine, Gulfcoast Bodybuilding, and now!

He enjoys training and helping his clients reach their bodybuilding, fitness and health goals through individually designed personal programs and his website. He enjoys living a bodybuilding lifestyle and attending bodybuilding, motorcycle and street rod shows "when I'm not playing with my big boy toys - my motorcycle and street rod.".

His website,, is dedicated to those individuals that are interested in being their best. The goal of his site is to provide information and services that are related to topics pertaining to all forms of health including bodybuilding, fitness, weight-loss, diet, exercise and overall general health to give you the information you need to make educated and informed decisions that will assist you in reaching your goals by leading you to a better understanding of how your body works.

If your goal is to feel better, improve your health or be a competitive athlete,

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