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Birthdate: September, 1987
Height: 6  Weight: 172, 165 to 186

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My name is Jason Pitassi and I was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  I received my undergraduate degree in Secondary Education Social Studies and my teaching certification in the winter of 2010 from Slippery Rock University, and plan to receive my Masters in History Education from Slippery Rock in the winter of 2012.

Growing up I thoroughly enjoyed participating in different sports and I wanted to try everything. I’ve played football, basketball, soccer, baseball, track/field, cross country, rugby, boxing, bodybuilding, and a host of other athletic activities.  I never really dedicated 100% of my time to any one particular sport because I was always trying new things.  This, however, all changed when I was introduced to fitness and bodybuilding. 

I had ‘lifted weights’ before for football, basketball, track, etc., but never had any idea what I was doing.  I would simply go through the motions, do what the other guys were doing, and not understand why I wasn’t getting huge. Once I got to college, I was introduced to a whole new world of training.  I learned the concepts of drop sets, supersets, training splits, and learned a whole new food training vocabulary like macros, high/low carb day, good/bad carbs, healthy fats, glycemic index and others.  I never realized that in order to attain the goals you want physically, you have to dedicate yourself to everything you do, not just lifting.  The things you eat, drink, amount of time you sleep and stress levels all play a role in your physical appearance.  I was hooked.

My biggest obstacle to overcome was unlearning four years of poor lifting habits and strategies and adopt the new and correct way to do everything.  I also had to start lifting legs.  I did track and cross country for 3 years in high school and never once stepped inside the squat rack.  I had years of slow twitch muscle fiber growth, years of wrong knowledge and years of poor eating habits that I needed to overcome if I wanted to be successful at all. Challenge accepted. I had graduated HS at 145 pounds and was ready to make a big change in my life.

It was spring 2007 and my college dorm neighbor Ashley asked if I wanted to go watch he friends compete in a bodybuilding show.  I had no idea what it was, where it was, who her friends were…but she was really cute, so I went with her.  That day changed my life.  I had never seen men and women so lean before, so cut, so muscular, and NATRUAL (well, most of them)! I was hooked! I HAD to try it! Two years later, spring 2009, I bit the bullet and dove head first into my debut show.  I had no idea what I was doing, didn’t ask anyone for help, I lost 30 pounds and looked like a marathon runner.  Even though I came in dead last, I couldn’t have been happier with myself.  I did something that I never thought I would do, something that less than 1% of people will ever accomplish, and I was ready to try it again! The next year I took part in the Lehigh Valley Sports Festival Bill Grant Classic in Lehigh Valley, PA.  I placed 6th in my division, was fifteen pounds heavier than the year before, and was happy.  In 2012 I participated in the Steel Valley Classic in Ohio, was even heavier than my show two years before, made the top five call out, placed 5th and got a nice medal! I become more and more motivated with every show and can’t wait to continue my journey.

I was watching my friend compete in one of his bodybuilding shows in Pittsburgh when I was approached about fitness modeling.  I had given it some thought in the past and was open to the idea.  The individual who approached me was John Mitchell.  He mentioned that he has been in the business for many years and was interested in giving me a shot.  After following his company on facebook and in talking to him over the past few weeks, I realized that he is very dedicated and very good at what he does, and I am looking forward to working with him.

When the days of the shoot came around, John really impressed me.  He knew exactly what he was doing and I could tell that he thoroughly enjoys what he does.  We scoped out a few different sites, picked the best ones, and shot for 6-8 hours for two days.  We were exhausted by the end of it, but had a good friendship that had been built along with over 300 professional photos that we could use.  John got us the photos every night after the shoot, so there was no waiting either.



7:00 am – protein shake

8:00 am – cardio

9:00 am – 1 dozen egg whites, ½ cup oatmeal

11:30 am – 2 cans of tuna, ½ cup brown rice

12:30 pm – workout

3:00 pm – 1 dozen egg whites, ½ cup oatmeal

5:00 pm – 2 cans of tuna

7:00 pm – 8 oz. chicken breast

9:00 pm – 2 cans of tuna



7:00 am – protein shake

8:00 am – cardio

9:00 am – 4 egg whites and 2 whole eggs with spinach, ½ cup oats, apple

11:00 am – handful of peanuts

1:00 pm – 2 cans tuna, ½ cup brown rice

2:00 pm – workout

4:30 pm – 4 egg whites and 2 whole eggs with spinach, rice cake with peanut butter, banana

6:30 pm – 8 oz chicken breast

9:00 pm – fat free cottage cheese




Flat bench 4x8-10

Incline bench 4x8-10

Decline bench 4x8-10

Cable flys 4x8-10



Squat 8x8-10

Straight leg dead lift 8x8-10



Weighted pull ups 4x8-10

Close grip low row 4x8-10

Wide grip pull down 4x8-10

Wide grip low row 4x8-10

Straight arm pushdowns 4x8-10

Bent over rows 4x8-10

Close grip pull downs 4x8-10



Straight bar curl 4x8-10

Dumbbell twist curl 4x8-10

Hammer curl 4x8-10

Isolation curl 4x8-10

Rope pushdowns 4x8-10

Overhead dumbbell extension 4x8-10

Skull crushers 4x8-10

Reverse grip curls 4x8-10

Forearm curls 4x8-10



Extensions 4x8-10

Hamstring curl 4x8-10

Hip abductor 4x8-10

Hip adductor 4x8-10

Calf raises 4x8-10

Calf burnout







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