“SINCE WORKING WITH JASON A HANDFUL OF TIMES, WE ALREADY SEE A DIFFERENCE IN OUR SON’S SHOOTING ABILITY AND CONFIDENCE LEVEL.
Having never played lacrosse, we were unable to help our son understand what problem areas he needed to work on to make him an all-around better lacrosse player. With Jason’s extensive experience, we had no doubt that he could help our son achieve his goals. The first time we called Jason to ask him to evaluate and work with our son, he spent over an hour on the phone with us. He didn’t just ask about our son’s lacrosse career thus far, he asked about him as a person. He wanted to know about his goals, his achievements, his personality and drive. We met Jason for an initial lesson and he spent two hours with our son. Jason corrected him, patiently, every single time. Any ball that missed the net, our son had to chase. We were awed at how he used cognitive behavioral techniques to make our son not only WANT to get the ball in the net, but also made him NOT WANT to miss. After watching him for a short time, Jason adjusted a few strings on the lacrosse head and had him shoot again. It made a noticeable difference. He worked on fine tuning his shot and explained to him his strengths were very strong, but he needed to work on building his “arsenal” and become a “triple threat”. Jason is also a huge advocate for conditioning and resistance training, which he works on in the lesson and strongly encourages our son to take responsibility for his own training on his own time. At the end of the first lesson, Jason told our son to go home and write down goals he has for himself. He still has these goals stashed away to this day. We believe that Jason not only cares about our son as an athlete, but as a person and truly wants him to be successful. Jason is extremely personable and he is the type of man that we would want our son to be inspired by and look up to.”