Sport is for the opportunity to enjoy interesting movement. Working the field of biology for the past fifteen years has given me a close look into how are bodies respond to sport and exercise. It is not a surprise that we receive the DOSE response when playing sport.......Dopimine, Oxcytocin, Seratonin and Endorphins all participate in the art of coordinated motion. It turly is a mind body experience. I do utilize video for these sessions. The Whip Release is a series of physical actions that take place when moving objects, including one's own body. It truly is the basis of propelling any oject in space. Load and unload, when performed correctly, the Whip Release has a magical grace that the human eye understands and surely the object or objects meant to move, do so with precison. I am a trained PGA Life Member Golf Coach and player at the professional and collegiate level and I learned many high lever sports as well, a few that a I played collegiately. Let me show you the magic of the Whip Release and youll be on your way to Grace under Motion.
I love working with young athletes as I've coached collegiate and professional golfers for over 30 years. My first passions were in team sports as I played and excelled at many. I have experience at the collegiate level in both baseball and basketball. I think people should try as many sports as possible and once you understand the basic ideas of movement, learning ways to succeed becomes much easier. The idea is to have the ability to manipulate your body in space to make the plays. My goal is to teach you how to teach yourself this wonderful art. You may find yourself coaching as well. I have over 40 former players who have moved into coaching athletics. Some are working with the top atheletes in their sports worldwide. We can discuss this if we connect.
John is great with kids. Worked with my grandson this afternoon and now he can’t wait to work with John again. Very nice man and obviously a fine coach.
Awesome experience teaches you a lot
Professional Testimonies Dr. Bob Rotella, “Golf is Not a Game of Perfect” – I first met John at the University of Notre Dame where our daughter, Casey, was a member of the Women’s golf team. John opened his team up to my coaching and we became trusting of one another’s approaches to player development. College golf is truly a unique time in a player’s development that is unmatched in form. There are methods that move players along and John understands the proper approach. I highly recommend him with your development as a successful student athlete. You will be glad you chose John to help your path through college and professional golf. Mr. Ricky Elliott, Caddie/Coach Brookes Koepka PGA Tour #1 World Ranking, 3-time major champion. Coach Jasinski recruited me to the University of Toledo where I played four years under his direction. While most of our competition was spending full time on preparation, Coach Jasinski was working overtime. Coach Jasinski understands the constraints placed upon collegiate/professional golfers, noting that no two players are exactly alike. I understand just how powerful the format of collegiate golf is and Coach Jasinski utilizes the proper tools to get the most out of his players. To this day I use many of the coaching tactics he shared with us in the development of my interactions with players on the professional golf tours. Mr. David Jones, Caddie/Coach Sung-Hyun Park LPGA Tour #1 World Ranking, 2-time major champion. Coach Jasinski recruited me to the University of Toledo during an interesting time in my development. At the time, I was the Captain of the British Boys Team and was being recruited to turn professional immediately out of high school. Coach Jasinski convinced me that a college degree and the advancement of my game would never be the wrong choice. He was correct as I earned my degree and took a swing at professional golf but found my true love in coaching. Coach Jasinski is a coaching mastermind that leaves no stone unturned. His constant pursuit of excellence is what drives he and his teams and with the added pressures of collegiate golf he will teach you how to prepare and excel at the collegiate and possibly the professional level. I highly recommend spending time with Coach Jasinski as you will gain a greater understanding of how to succeed at competitive golf. Mr. Jim McGurk, Coach/Caddie Sungjae Im, Web.com Tour #1 Money list 2018, Qualified PGA Tour. Coach Jasinski has a special enthusiasm for training collegiate and professional players and coaches. He took two northern non-traditional golf schools to several national championships and always advanced the skills and performance of his players. John has established a legacy of training those who love golf at the highest levels of career achievement. John always had a way of communicating with the variety of players that come with collegiate team golf that made each of our journey’s our own. Team golf is unique, and he understands the dynamics behind that process. Mr. Alan Murray, Coach University of Washington, NCAA Men’s Coach of the Year Division I, 2014, UAB. Coach Jasinski was able to mix international players with our domestic players and that created a great sense of team unity and individual achievement. John understood the variations in our playing styles and had a great handle on the technical aspects of college golf. It’s no mistake that college golf produces some of the best players in the world. John understands the process that is needed to allow for growth. Swing coaches, sports psychologists, trainers and nutritionists by themselves cannot duplicate the environment. It truly requires a successful collegiate coach to teach the methods of successful play on the collegiate tour. I’d trust my own child with Coach Jasinski’s methods. I’m using them today and I’m grateful for the time he spent with me.