Jason Iuli is an elite-level fastpitch softball instructor specializing in pitching. His students are young athletes who are self-motivated and work hard to be their best. His coaching methods emphasize a natural method of enhancing the athlete’s power, finesse and confidence. Jason works with both travel and recreational players, as well as teams, at various locations around San Diego county.
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Amber Schisler, San Diego Rebels/ McNeese University

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Grace Kramer, Firecrackers/ St. Johns University

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Vanessa Kellems, South Dakota State University

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Brooke Koran, San Diego Rebels 18 / Fallbrook High School

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Sarah Rasmesson, San Diego Legecy

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Kennedy Flick, San Diego Batbusters

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Erin Brown, Valley Mesa All-Stars

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Victoria Yanitor, San Diego Rebels 18 Gold/ McNeese University

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Maddy Helms, SoCal Athletics

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Lexi Sosa, (ASA National Champions) Firecrackers 01

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Emma Giaime, Rancho Bernardo All-Stars 8u

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Courtney Hoyt, San Diego Renegades

THOUGHTS ON PITCHING AND OTHER THINGS FASTPITCH
February 21, 2012
Having Grace on the Mound

A little over a year ago, I was introduced to a quiet high school sophomore and her father. I will never forget our first meeting. I was at a local training facility to do a trial lesson as part of the interview process.

As I am mentally preparing my lesson, in comes a sturdy, 5’7″ girl with long blond hair and an icy demeanor (that girl wouldn’t crack a smile if you tickled her with a feather). I was a little intimidated. I really did not know what to expect. She showed no kind of emotion. Was she bored, tired, irritated? I had no clue. As I extended my hand to introduce myself, I said “Hi, I’m Jason! You must be Lauren?”

“Ummm no,” she says with a bewildered look on her face, “Loren is my dad. I’m Grace,” she explained in a mono-toned voice. I was MORTIFIED, but the lesson must still go on. more

August 8, 2011
Why Do You Train?

Today August 8th 2011 marks a memorable day in history…. MY FIRST BLOG. This past weekend I participated in the National Softball Association (NSA) World Series. I was a pick up player with the Columbus Capitols out of Columbus Ohio. They are a bunch of great guys and awesome teammates. I know for a fact that some of them will become life long friends.

We did amazing in this tournament. Every game was a battle. As we took the field together we had one purpose: to play to the best of our abilities, collaborate our talents and walk away with a win. Taking one game at a time, we found ourselves in the championship game vs. the Warriors from Chapel Hill, NC. This team was no stranger to us as we had battled them earlier in the tournament, sending us into the losers bracket. For us to claim the championship trophy, we would have to beat them twice.

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