starWe are proud to be a part of the International Youth Conditioning Association, the premier international authority with respect to Youth Fitness & Youth Sports Performance Training.

At Athletic Revolution Queen Creek, our focus is on developing athletic ability & iyca2improving athletic performance for all athletes high school age and under.  Our mission is to provide local area youths the opportunity and affordability to receive proper athletic development training and to help them reach their full athletic potential and athletic goals.

We are a private residence with over 20,000 square feet designated to athletic performance training.  We utilize a vast array of training tools and equipment.

We provide a motivating and positive environment where athletes are challenged, encouraged and become a part of our growing family.

Whether you are in-season, off-season, pre-season, or in transition, we ensure that each individual athlete receives the best training to fit their needs. Our athletes’ daily schedule and workload is always accounted for.

We don’t expect athletes to fit to our program—we provide a program to fit our athletes.



Jason Cronin
Head Coach, Owner

  • B.A. Law & Justice – Central Washington University
  • Functional Movement Systems Certified Specialist
  • Certified Natural Trainer
  • Underground Strength Coach Level 1

International Youth & Conditioning Association

  • Youth Fitness Specialist Level 2
  • Youth Speed & Agility Specialist Certified
  • High School Strength & Conditioning Specialist
  • Olympic  Lift Instructor Course
  • Youth Nutrition Specialist
  • Resistance Band Instructor Course
  • Metabolic Training Certification

A former high school and junior college all-conference baseball player, Jason Cronin’s athletic career ended due to injuries. After several years as a head baseball coach for U18, Jason entered  the US Army  where he was an Army Ranger at 2nd Ranger Bn. He earned his Ranger Tab, the Expert Infantry Badge, and achieved awards for excelling in physical fitness and leadership. Following, Jason moved to Phoenix where he was a police officer for Phoenix P.D. After 2004, Jason spent two years in Baghdad, Iraq and 5 years in various parts of Afghanistan performing high-threat protection and embassy security.

Jason has a 7-year-old son named Eli. He contributes all his passion and knowledge for training youth athletes to Eli. His desire for his son to have fun, be injury free, and perform at his highest level have inspired Jason to open Athletic Revolution.  His sole interest lies in what is best for each individual athlete.