Toronto based bodybuilder Jase started developed a stage-ready physique over the course of four years of consistent hard effort.
“Building your ultimate physique is a long game, there’s no rushing it, there’s no way around putting in the hard work year after year.” – Jase Stevens
In the journey of accomplishing goals forget about failing and about your mistakes. Except for what you’re about to do right now. To achieve your goals discipline is the link that connects your aspirations to your achievements. Following on the same line, Jase Stevens, a fitness model, sponsored athlete, and lifestyle coach has reached heights because of his constant hard work overcoming obstacles in life.
Toronto based bodybuilder Jase started his journey when he was 21 years old, he started hitting the gym and worked on his physique after years of experimenting with various physical activities in high school. He pushed himself to improve his diet and exercise, and he spent nearly all of his time learning everything he could about proper training and nutrition. He wanted to start competing, but he didn’t have the financial means to do so. For the same reason, he decided to get a job and began working as a signals and communication technician for the Canadian National Railway.
Jase had to move around a lot to find new gyms as part of his bodybuilding journey. He not only had to be on the go all of the time, but he also had to keep track of his meals, which seemed impossible considering that he was in charge of railway communications, signalling, and equipment maintenance. He explained his difficulties by saying that he would bring culinary equipment with him wherever they went, such as hot plates, portable BBQs, and Tupperware. He’d either go grocery shopping after work or buy food, put it in a cooler, and transport it to the city while working. “During this journey, I got into the best form of my life, and I came in a very close second behind my friend Dylan Thomas,” Jase remarked of his own physique.
The hurdles kept him going forward, and he persevered in the face of adversity, leading to an amazing achievement. He developed a stage-ready physique over the course of four years of consistent hard effort.
He placed 6th in the Caribbean Grand Prix Pro in the area of Men’s Physique Class C three years ago and qualified in Men’s Physique Class D, taking 7th place, among other accomplishments.
He underwent a remarkable metamorphosis as a result of his unwavering mindset, placing highly in a number of bodybuilding competitions. He was his own most powerful source of motivation for conquering obstacles.
According to Jase Stevens, “building your ultimate body is a long game, there’s no hurrying it, and there’s no way around putting in the hard effort year after year.”