Look and you shall find” or in this case “Stop looking and Jason will find you’ I’m a runner, have been for over 20 years.
After my second year of competing in triathlons, I had reached a tipping point… My first year racing was successful
When I graduated from college, I was not sure what I planned to do in terms of running. I had a decent college career and knew I could get faster, but I did not
My 2015 season was about redemption. It fueled every workout. It got me in the pool, on the bike, out on the track and road on days when my head
Jason is unique in his ability to combine a scientific evidence-based training with his social personality to create a great coach-athlete environment.
I’ve been “competing” in triathlon for three years prior to meeting and working with Jason. In 2012 I decided to take the plunge into the Ironman 140.6 level
I never referred to myself as an athlete, and until I started doing triathlons at age 25, I had never swam, biked, or ran in an organized or competitive environment.
I began looking for a coach after one full year of competing in triathlons. Through some recommendations I gave Jason a call and we talked for
When I signed up for the 2013 Lake Placid Ironman, the longest run I’d ever done was 10 miles. My longest bike was 56 miles, and I think I swam a little more than
I had been a dedicated basketball player. When the day finally came and I graduated college and didn’t have basketball to train for any more I didn’t know
I have been racing competitively since age 13, or since 1978. Yes, that makes me 49. During middle school, high school and college I had numerous
Scott Ward is a phenomenal coach for beginning triathletes to advanced triathletes looking to get faster. In fact he was able to guide me to not only complete
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” — unknown “My story of how I came to work with Jason is a lesson in learning
ONE BIG QUIT – I have quit one thing in my life. High school. It is not something I am proud of however it is not something I regret either. That One Big
Without a doubt, I can say that the gains that I have made as a triathlete can be attributed to both Jason’s coaching and guidance, as well as my persistent,
I have been working with Jason since August 2009 and I can say, with total honesty, it was the best decision that I have ever made as an athlete. I ran my first marathon
I am a former All-American sprinter who after having 2 kids decided to pick up distance running to relieve daily stress. For a few years I trained myself based on my own
I decided to work with Jason to become more competitive in my triathlon age group finishes. As a triathlete for 7 years and runner for over 30 I was hopeful that
Most coaches are probably capable of building a generic plan to help their athletes prepare for a key race, however, they lack the knowledge to be able optimize
What I like best about Jason’s coaching is that every conversation–whether we are discussing the next days workout or an entire training cycle–begins with
The individual aspect of a sport like Track and Field inclines one to believe that self-motivation is the key to success, that an athlete who pushes him/her self
Jason coached me from an Ironman Lake Placid finish to a BQ at the Steamtown Marathon in 10 weeks! That pretty much encapsulates my experience working
I came into triathlons relatively late in life with a very limited athletic background and osteoarthritis in my knees. After a few seasons of Sprint and Olympic distances,
I began running as a way to stay fit. After completing several races on my own, I wanted to run a marathon as a 40th birthday present/accomplishment for
When I was a kid, I was a terrible athlete. Thanks to Jason, things have changed. In grammar school, I was always picked last for kickball. In middle school
When I was growing up I was super active, competitive, and loved sports. I was a slow sprinter but could find another gear when I would run for longer distances.
I began competitively running in my freshman year of high school performing cross country, winter track and spring track. Initially, I made gains in my speed