Jason Kask '11
President, Head Coach
M.Ed. ’11 (College of Education and Human Development)
Alumni Association Member
About Superior Performance Endurance Coaching
Superior Performance Endurance Coaching was founded in 2009 by Jason Kask to help people achieve their athletic goals. Since its inception, it has grown to include sports performance specialists that complement Jason’s skills in coaching to provide movement analysis and nutrition consulting to athletes worldwide.
Jason has worked with Olympic and Paralympic athletes for over a decade. This, combined with his extensive experience coaching master and junior athletes of all abilities, has allowed him to hone his coaching skills. Whether the goal is finishing a first Birkie, Ironman triathlon or making the elite wave, Jason can help.
Creating personalized training programs that work with each client’s unique situation and schedule is at the foundation of Superior Performance’s success. The combination of scientific training, experience, and accountability creates the perfect recipe for achieving your goals.
Reach out to Jason for a free consultation to see if his coaching is what you need to make your goals a reality.
Dream big. You can do it, we can help.
Jason has been involved in endurance sport his entire life. Beginning this journey at ski, rowing and running races with his family he grew up to compete in swimming, cross country running, track and field, cross-country skiing, biathlon, rowing, triathlon, and sailing. This diverse sporting background gives him a unique perspective on your sport and fitness goals.
While racing at the College of St. Scholastica as a runner and cross-country skier he earned a degree in exercise physiology. He went on to complete his master’s degree at the University of Minnesota in Applied Kinesiology, specializing in sport and exercise science.
In addition to owning and operating Superior Performance since 2009, he has worked for USA Triathlon's high-performance department. There he helped prepare athletes for the London Olympic Games. He also served as the physiologist for the U.S. Paralympics Nordic Ski Team, coaching at two paralympic games, and worked with the USA Paratriathlon Team.
Jason is a certified coach through the United States Ski and Snowboard Association and has his CSCS.