Los Angeles, CA


San Fernando Valley, CA

Danny J. Lee

Certified Personal Trainer, Specialist in Sports Nutrition


Years as a Personal Trainer:


Years in Fitness:




I have spent half of my life studying nutrition and working out. It has been a passion of mine for a long time. My interest in health and sports science began in my teens with a dedication to fitness and copious consumption of vegetables.

Today, I spend a lot of my time in the gym discerning how to cheat gravity through distinctive workouts that may raise a few eyebrows. Pushing my edges just a little bit each time is the name of the game!

Why do personal training?

Sometimes we all need a little extra push beyond what we give ourselves in the gym. Years ago, I went into personal training to help people achieve their fitness goals, and discovered that it helped impact their lives, too.


Look better, feel better, have more energy and strength, become more self-confident, and wake up everyday ready to enjoy your new life! No more excuses. No more delays. Take the plunge, starting today!

What makes me diffferent?

I use different types of modalities and exercising strategies to get you fit and make working out seem less like a chore. I do not subscribe to the one-size-fits-all training philosophy. Each client is unique and will get a fitness regimen uniquely tailored to them.


I have trained in many different areas from yoga to endurance training, kickboxing, Crossfit and Seal Fit workouts, so my training protocol truly runs the gamut and works with a wide variety of clients.

Above all, I believe in fitness for every day. The one hour you get with me is geared toward the other 23 hours in the day.

How do I like to workout?

If it's a day that ends with a 'y,' I am in the gym. I think of myself as my first client of the day, so my training starts early in the morning. I hit it hard, making sure to set the pace for the day ahead.

As with my clients, I always put the emphasis on building from the ground up with lower body training, since our bodies- like a building- are only as strong as the foundation on which they rest.