Training in Roanoke, Virginia
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Committed to Ourselves & to You
When we begin working together, you're in the driver's seat. I'll act as the guide and help you to stay on course.
Together we will work to identify internal motivators and your goals. We'll talk about your fears and your concerns. We will strategize the best ways to get you there. You will receive our best advice, though always recognizing it is your life and ultimately your decision.
You will be informed, questions answered, and we will help address any concern you may have.
How to get started
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After you contact us we'll send a brief questionnaire which helps us serve you better.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does a program last?
The truth is that this is hard to answer, given each program is individualized. We have seen best results with a minimum of three month commitment. Also, we have worked with individuals for years and have done a countless number of single session form checks and one time pad sessions.
What are the most common types of training?
We really do work with all types of people with different goals. And we really do work with all types of teams like, field and court and hockey too. I've worked with all types of athletes from UFC vets, a WBC Muay Thai Champion, and those wanting to get back to playing golf or carrying turkeys on Thanksgiving. I've seen the same intensity in effort throughout all ages and demographics, just different goals.
What is the cost of training?
There are many factors that go into determining an appropriate value. It is very rare to be able to give a blanket cost as this would undermine value. It is understandable to want to know the cost right away, but it is also important to only answer that question when we can provide a meaningful answer.
What Can I Expect?
Every person, team, and coach is different, but in general, a team or client can expect to walk away with increased insight including:
Realized Strength Gains
General Physical Preparedness
Rate of Perceived Exertion