Born in Freeport, Bahamas, Ronald Jean lived in the Bahamas until he moved to the United States at the age of 13. Personal tragedy forced him to enter the foster care system where he spent the next 5 years in and out of foster homes until he was placed in a permanent home and raised by a family that he was eventually adopted by the Anderson Family in Boca Raton, FL
Earning not only a football scholarship to Lehigh University in Pennsylvania but also an academic scholarship, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with minors in both Biology and French. Setting records in football that still stand today launched a professional career in the CFL league in Montreal, Canada where he played for one season. Returning to the states after his career ended, Ronald continued his passion for athletics by attending Florida Atlantic University Master’s program for Exercise Science.
In 2003, with a move to Los Angeles, Ronald quickly became one of the most successful and sought after personal trainers. Continuing to expand his knowledge of the human body and it’s mechanics he received certifications from the National Strength Conditioning Association, Power Plate, The National Academy of Sports Medicine and Precision Nutrition. His knowledge in the field of Kinesiology, has led him to the classroom to teach continuing education classes in many Los Angeles area gyms and to speak as a motivational speaker around the LA county.
Remaining involved in the sports community, Ronald has coached high school football, mentored at risk youth through the Chris Carter Fast Program, coached girls soccer and in his free time plays in a local football league.