Fitness is now everywhere.  It’s on our social media channels, our walk to work, and for some, even an included building amenity.  Our bodies can’t afford to ignore it! But, even with all that information and access we can still feel disconnected trying to find what works for our bodies and lifestyle.  The goal of FitComplex is to help people live more in the present by discovering focused skills they can master through movement.  One of the best ways to start living healthier is by finding a good coach and moving!  You are in the prime of your life so if you want to be physically and mentally fit for the rest of it, I urge you to join us for the ride.  


Jordan Hankins, Founder of The Fit Complex


Jordan Hankins is a Philadelphia based movement educator and wellness entrepreneur.  Whether fitness is a part of the past or present, Jordan coaches his clients to achieve a more well balanced life through movement.  Can you push, pull, squat, hinge, crawl in a coordinated manner while being in the correct position at all times?  Jordan’s goal is to help master these fundamental movement techniques to lay the groundwork for long-term results and overall happiness.  He uses the latest tools and techniques for your body’s needs to ensure your experience goes beyond just sets and reps. He will laugh with you, push you to do more, and most importantly make you feel great about who you are and what you can accomplish.     

With online clients ranging demographically from San Francisco to Australia and in person clients ranging from local celebrities, CEO’s, and competitive athletes, Jordan continues to be recognized as one of the top coaches in Philadelphia.  Making the commitment to lead a healthier lifestyle with Jordan will be the last time you ever have to make the decision again.

Jordan is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is a graduate of Temple University.  He currently lives in Philadelphia, PA and has multiple locations where he coaches his clients ranging from in-home services, residential property buildings and his home gym located at 2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway.  When he is not coaching or attempting backflips, he spends time with his dog Banksy, plays in competitive volleyball tournaments, and works on his personal art collection.