Expert Profile - Jay Glazer

Jay Glazer

TV Sports Commentator and Professional Fitness Trainer Expert stats
  • FOX NFL Insider and UFC Host/Analyst on FOX
  • NFL Insider on the longest running sports show on television, FOX NFL Sunday
  • Founder and owner, Unbreakable Performance Center
  • Co-founder with Randy Couture, MMAthletics, a Las Vegas-based Mixed Martial Arts training camp for pro athletes
  • Regular contributor, Fight magazine


“We find everyone’s breaking point and push them further so that everything they do after that is easy. We want clients saying I never knew I could push myself to that limit, but I’m not exhausted. You will feel better when you leave our place, since we have a new way of training that includes lots of rehab – it’s not like old methods in which the only way to gain strength was through pain. We don’t say no pain to gain, and we don’t have trainers with egos, so when you walk out you say I can’t wait to get back in that place later today or tomorrow.


Jay Glazer is a double threat: A professional sports journalist, FOX’s NFL Insider and UFC Host, and a thriving fitness-training business owner. He began his career reporting at the New York Post, where he became an NFL insider. After briefly fighting in mixed martial arts bouts, Glazer took a job as a football commentator for FOX Sports where his new bosses quickly nixed his participation in any further face-wrecking MMA matches. Next he partnered with MMA legend Randy Couture in developing a martial arts-based performance-training program for NFL members and other professional athletes. Most recently, he went into business with retired Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher to create Unbreakable Performance Center in Los Angeles, California, a boutique gym catering to sports stars and entertainment personalities.


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