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Congratulations for taking the next big step toward achieving your training goals.
We all need a coach at some time or another. I can tell you without any reservations that my success has been the result of the numerous coaches and mentors that I’ve had throughout my academic and professional career.
A coach not only has knowledge, wisdom, and understanding of their specialty, but they also provide one of the key elements to success… objectivity.
When it comes to any form of physical training, we tend to gravitate toward that which we are already good at or enjoy the most. While in some circumstances, we experience further successes, many times we stagnate or even worse, regress or become injured.
Maybe it’s that we fear of losing what we’ve already gained. Maybe it’s the development of some sort of bias toward a method or an exercise that got us to where we are now. But like many situations, what got us to where we are now, won’t get us to where we really want to be.
To finally get to where you’ve always imagined you could go. To achieve the goals you’ve set for yourself. You need that objectivity. You need a coach.
- Improve your movement and feel better
- Raise your sports performance
- Increase your strength and muscle mass
- Reduce your body fat