One of the things I love most is the opportunity to bring a message to life on camera. Bringing all the creativity, effort, teamwork together in one moment that matters is a really humbling and rewarding experience.
My on camera days really began with the first evolution of Men’s Health magazines digital platform. One camera, one light, one editor and me. All I knew how to do was think about our audience, pull from experiences that worked, and prepare content with intentions of motivating and serving our people the best I could.
I’d hear the familiar coaching cues of my editor Greg Presto, “up energy, smile, have fun” and off we went. Thousands of videos later, from “Men’s Health minutes, to exercises of the day, go to workouts, fitness tips, tv shows, dvd’s, podcasts, posts, tools and tactics, coaching concepts and more, I’ve realized how much I love the medium of influence, how powerful it is, and at the same time, how much preparation and practice it takes to honor. I’ve also come to realize how much more I can grow. I hope I’ll always feel that way and act accordingly.
Below are just some of the groups that I have worked with in TV/Media:
"David Jack is the most talented and gracious fitness pro I've ever met. He can do it all: speak, write, coach, motivate, and inspire. As an on-camera talent and public speaker, he is truly second to none. And he's one of the few trainers out there whose message goes above and beyond the simple confines of the gym. But his greatest talent may be his ability to connect and elevate others, myself included. I'm truly proud to call DJ a colleague and a friend. He's one of the best in the biz."
- BJ Gaddour