Justin Dabrasky

"Transformation, Motivation, Fail-Proof"

Justin Dabrasky 


In 2010 I began my journey in the fitness industry. At 300 lbs, I knew I had to make a drastic change. I started out training 5x a week pushing myself to get the results I wanted. To this day the journey has been long and very rewarding however there were a few setbacks along the way. I'm the type of individual who will do whatever it takes to obtain my goals so whenever I hit a plateau, I figure out what the problem is, devise an efficient solution and execute the plan and reap the results. This is the same type of mentality that I have when working with my clients.

No matter what your fitness goals are I will devise an ultra-customized program that will produce the results you want. If we end up working together please know that I will provide you with 3 things... a full physique transformation, constant motivation and a fail-proof program to keep you progressing. If interested contact me below.

Habitual Coaching

From a couch potato to being an ambassador for fitness, I am confident in my skills to identify harmful habits and replace them with healthy routines. From eating junk food, skipping workouts, and losing motivation I help my clients get back on track through a systematic approach that keeps frustration levels low 

Muscle Building

At 6'4", 260 lbs and with a nickname of "Cornfed," most people think I was blessed with the genetics that made getting to my current fitness level easy. Far from it, I paid my dues and have been training for nearly a decade now learning as I go. And when I don't know something, I will do research and consult with my coaching colleagues for the answer. I have helped several clients build lean muscle through simple yet effective methods


Nutrition Expert

Understand which foods are unhealthy vs. healthy, how to count calories and macros, when and how often to eat, and how to control cravings when dieting. Additionally, learning to filter through the fad diets and unsafe dieting practices


Mindset Motivation

When I first decided to get back into shape I did two things that helped me most. I took a mental note of where I was at and how unhappy I was as well as where I wanted to be and how good it would feel to be there. I coach my clients to use similar tactics and the results have been great

Contact: justin@fit-edge.org