San Diego 1 On 1 Personal Training
I am 110% devoted to the client and teaching them a new skill. Wanting to learn a martial art such as boxing or muay Thai is a big deal and a big step for a person And to me is not something that should be taken very lightly. In either sport whether you compete or not you must be well versed in all aspects of that particular martial art Especially if the potential client is wanting to do it for self defense or competition. Even though I have a substantial amount of time and knowledge of boxing and muay Thai I still learn to do new things every day.
In regards to training Boxing and muay Thai It's being able to see and help a potential client move past physical and emotional Barriers and reach goals that we or they have set for themselves. It's about a sense of self and accomplishment That's what I enjoy about muay Thai and boxing training.
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?
I'll want to know a little bit about client I'll need to know if they have any experience in boxing or muay Thai and what brought then to want to learn boxing or muay Thai and what the client would want to accomplish with the training.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I picked up boxing and muay Thai training in the year 2000 I have competed In 20+ fights With the last 1 in 2013, I've taught classes at a few different gyms in San Diego. At these gyms I also engaged in personal training sessions With men, women, young adults and children. As a youngster I trained in the martial art of tae kwon do and achieved the rank of blue belt.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
one hour session $65
30 minute session $45
Pack of 4 sessions $200
Young Adult / Child (<18)
One hour session $50
30 minutes session $45
Pack of 4 sessions $160
How did you get started teaching?
In the year 2000 when I started training muay Thai and Tae kwon do in San Diego I started competing in muay Thai and My instructor asked if I could help him with teaching classes as an assistant. The more experience I gained I was given more opportunities to teach classes on my own.
What types of students have you worked with?
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
For me every event I've competed in is very special and very fond of But one event in particular I had my 1st TKO that was Exceptionally special for me.
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
Make sure you feel comfortable with the person you want to hire.
Have a general understanding of the martial art you're wanting to learn.
What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?
For me there's just one question And that is, Why am I wanting to learn a martial art. And from there you can expand On the different reasons why you wanting to learn this particular martial art.