Jared Gaynor is the owner of Gaynor Strength & Pitching. Jared received his B.S. in Health Management from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia during the Summer of 2014. He also is a certified personal trainer through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) and is Precision Nutrition Level 1 certified.
Jared began his collegiate baseball career at South Mountain Community College in Phoenix, Arizona in 2011 where in 2 years he won 14 games and pitched over 150 innings. Following his 2nd year at South Mountain, Jared accepted a scholarship to play baseball at George Mason University. While at GMU, Jared won 10 games and pitched nearly 200 innings. During his senior year, Jared went on to win 8 games and post a 1.67 ERA in 108 innings during the regular season. Those numbers were good enough to make the Atlantic 10 All-Conference Team and the Atlantic 10 All-Tournament Team. GMU went on to win the Atlantic 10 and earn a spot in the NCAA Tournament. Jared was the Game 1 starting pitcher against Regional host, Rice University.
Upon graduation, Jared has gone on to play professional baseball and is now in his 3rd year of playing. He has played for the Wichita Wingnuts, Grand Prairie Airhogs, and the Lincoln Saltdogs in the American Association of Independent Baseball and is currently playing for the Eastside Diamond Hoppers in the United Shore Professional Baseball League.
Prior to GSP, Jared has experience as a strength coach at Fitlife Scottsdale where he worked with primarily high school and college athletes, as well as professionals on their strength, speed, flexibility, and sports performance. He also has had experience in the PT realm where he was a Physical Therapist Tech at Foothills Sports Medicine in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Jared is currently the pitching coach at Arizona Christian University in Phoenix, Arizona.