Evolution of The Perfect Arm™
Overuse injuries like Tommy John surgeries and shoulder injuries have continued to rise in sports at all ages, and remain the largest epidemic in baseball.



These life changing and career ending injuries are what inspired the strenuous six year process of continued testing and refining this innovative product.  Founder of The Perfect Arm, Jason Colleran, was a former athlete who suffered from arm injuries for over 10 years before ultimately losing his career. He dedicated his life to baseball, only to lose it all and find himself among so many other devastated athletes. Colleran became adamant to find a solution to help others have a chance to avoid this fate.  He spent over half a decade researching, designing, testing, and developing The Perfect Arm to be the best possible workload management tool for athletes to use and aid in injury prevention.  His adamant passion and devotion to athletes is what launched his never ending pursuit of helping athletes of every level and sport enjoy doing what they love. Colleran is one of the most sought out biomechanics consultants for medical professionals, million dollar athletes, and fitness equipment developers.  His 11,000 sq.ft sports performance lab in Atlanta is where he conducts his research and teaches classes about resistance mechanics and the musculoskeletal system. 


 The Perfect Arm™  launched in Nov. 2019
  Made its' first appearance at ABCA In Nashville TN - January 2020 
Winning "Best of Show" for Most Innovative Product 
Awarded by Collegiate Baseball Magazine


"My goal is to offer the highest level of arm protection to athletes, so they can have an effective preventative tool that will reduce arm stress and help increase their longevity, performance, and overall health."    - Jason Colleran, Founder


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Jason Colleran started playing baseball at four years old and began to struggle with arm pain at age twelve. He kept playing through the pain as most athletes do, and was sidelined his first year of high school due to a slight rotator cuff tear. Struggling to stay pain free, he kept playing and earned a college scholarship and played as much as his arm would allow. The elbow pain forced him to stop playing completely.  Three years later and after several cortisone shots he made a return in the Continental Baseball League in Texas, but this time it was a hamstring tear that ended any chance of a professional baseball career.

This sparked the beginning of a never ending journey trying to solve the reasons why athletes break down. Over the past 20 years Jason has worked as a problem solver and biomechanics consultant for athletes, performance coaches, and medical professionals. He started with the Muscle Activation Techniques Specialist internship in Denver, and soon after traveled to Oklahoma City for the Resistance Training Specialist Mastery level program. Specializing in musculoskeletal and resistance mechanics, Jason opened Elite Edge Training Center in Atlanta as a sports lab in 2012. His clientele ranges from world champions, million dollar athletes, doctors, physical therapists, and also young athletes looking to stay pain free.