Jason Ward is a 23-year-old personal trainer with ISSA certification. He has a background in exercise science and have been involved in baseball for 18 years. He attended Mount Marty University on a baseball scholarship and played baseball at MSJC. His areas of specialization include speed, strength, mobility, performance, and nutrition. Jason is passionate about helping others improve their health and fitness through personalized training programs.


Andrew Jurado is a product of the IE and has played baseball for 20 years. Andrew currently still plays baseball professionally.

Andrew attended John W. North High School  in Riverside. All four years he was the starting catcher for Varsity and was three years first team All League. From there he received a full ride scholarship to Cal State San Bernardino, after a successful Freshman year he transferred to Riverside Community College. After another successful year he attained a scholarship to play for California Baptist University. Jurado recieved his Bachelors degree in Kinesiology at Cal Baptist and transferred to San Jose State to play 1 last year and pursue his Masters Degree. Andrew just finished playing his first year of Professional Baseball in the Mavericks Independent League where he won the gold glove award.

Baseball has been has been a huge blessing in his life and wants to give back by helping kids meet their goals and make their dreams reality.



Tony manzo grew up playing multiple sports through out the beginning of his life going from soccer as a young child to baseball later in his life as an adult.

Having spent the last 5 years giving private lessons and spending the better part of the last 10 years being a chef at various high end restaurants, Coach Tony has really been able to reach into the deep confines of what solid nutrition is and how to build a strong foundation for all of our athletes. This is where his hunger to always help our athletes get better everyday comes from.

Coach Tony really pushes the idea of creating a positive culture with a “1% better everyday” mentality. This is one of the few ways he will help build confidence in not just becoming a better athlete but also enriching everyday life with a positive attitude and gratitude of the blessings being provided for all of our athletes.

On his little free time Coach Tony stays active by hiking, playing baseball and softball and spending time with his family as much a possible.