“Jason, great job with the fooball camp last weekend.  The coaches did a great job not only coaching the players, but pushing them to hustle and get the most from station to station.  This is a camp that will only grow….great job!

-Brian Gilbert, HC Whitehall High School

“It was a pleasure to bring our kids down.  I truly thought it was a great event.  I believe our guys got a bunch of good instruction that they will be able to transfer to the field.  Thanks again and forward any opportunities that you have for our kids to participate in.”

-Tom McCarroll, HC Lehighton High School

“Working with FASST, was a wonderful experience.  As an organization, we couldn’t have asked for a better partner.  From the first days of discussing a partnership to now a few days later, the positive experience continues.  Jason took the time to make sure everything was tight right from the onset and communicated his vision for an awesome experience for local atheltes.  Camp day was smooth and stress free.  From being there three hours before the first kids showed up, to running the most impressive football camp I’ve seen, to making sure everyone walked away with a great experience, the staff of FASST was there.  Led by Jason’s passion, his entire staff finished the day the way they started it…with high enthusiasm, focus, and spot on techniques aimed at getting the most out of the kids.”

-Dave Crim, President of the Bethlehem Steelers Athletic Association

“I attended several FASST Skills camps in 2013.  I learned a lot from Jason Brader as well as from other instructors that were brought in.  I would highly recommend FASST Elite Camps and FASST Performance.”

-Conor Sullivan, WR Whitehall High School

“To say I was happy with Jason Brader’s work with our team this summer is an understatement.  Jason and his staff were able to make a quick connection with our guys which allowed them to push each player to reach his maximum potential.”

-Jason Roeder, HC Freedom High School

We’ve used Dan Persa as a quarterback coach for my son and my son’s progress under Dan’s tutelage has been remarkable.  Dan is as good of a coach as he was a college player, and that is saying something.   Obviously, he knows the game from having played it at the highest level, but knowing it and being able to effectively coach kids on it are two entirely different things – Dan has mastered both.  He has an all-work attitude, but stays very positive and understands coaching the junior high and high school aged athlete.  If my son had difficulty with a concept or exercise, Dan would give feedback,  modify and regress appropriately.   He would confirm that the concept was both understood and executed properly before moving to a more complicated concept.  I personally am certified by a national organization to work fitness and athletics with high school age and younger kids and I know that coaching kids is not the same as coaching college players or adults.  Age appropriate progressions and programming must be provided to be successful – Dan definitely understood this.  After 1 hour of one-on-one with Dan, my son had noticeably improved his mechanics and efficiency.  After six hours, he looked like a very confident player – something he did not always look like before working with Dan.

-Qaiser Waraich, Parent of High School Quarterback

Ryan Ditze, Head Football Coach Phillipsburg High School

Ryan Smith, Head Football Coach Chichester High School

John Lahey, Strength Coach at Concord Athlete Performance Center

Thomas Sukanick, Dieruff High School

Quentin Williams, QB Dieruff High School

Corbin Nyemah, WR and LB at Chichester High School

Damian Diaz, Dieruff High School


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