With all the misinformation and sales talk out there, it can be hard trying to determine if the information you’re reading is legitimate and trustworthy. Here at Strengthomatic, we strive to give you high-quality, accurate, helpful information about strength training equipment that will hopefully help you make informed and well-made decisions about the equipment you buy for your home gym. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a hardcore gym rat, we’re sure you’ll find our input and opinions about strength training equipment to be useful, helping you along your training journey and to achieve your fitness goals.
Founder and Editor-In-Chief
Jay is the founder and editor-in-chief of Strengthomatic. He’s a fitness enthusiast that has been involved in strength training for over 20 years.
As a teenager, Jay was bullied and made fun of for being the skinny kid in middle school, but his life changed when he found an old weight set at his grandparents’ house. Not too long after Jay discovered the weight set, his grandfather bought him a weight bench to go along with it. With his newfound equipment, he was motivated to begin reading and learning more about gaining strength and muscle. The rest is history.
Over the years, Jay has gained a significant amount of knowledge about and experience in strength training and strength training equipment. Whether the conversation is “How much training volume should a beginner do?” or “What power racks are best for someone looking to start building their home gym?”, he can add value to it.
Jay strives to provide helpful and accurate information to Strengthomatic’s readers. There is enough misinformation being spewed by “gurus” in the fitness industry, and he wants to combat this. His goal is to provide a valuable resource for people like himself, those who want to make a change in their lives using weight training and fitness.
In Jay’s free time, he enjoys watching boxing and MMA, watching movies/TV, reading and watching strength training content from top S&C experts, and lifting weights (obviously).
To contact Jay, you can send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.