3-Sport Athlete in high school: Football, Baseball, Basketball. D1 recruit in each. WR at NC State 1987-89. 2-yr Starter. All-ACC 2nd Team. Honorable Mention All American 1989.
High School Football Coach since and trainer. Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with a Master of Education in Sports Performance and Leadership.
Able to train all aspects of the athlete including: strength and conditioning, speed and agility, flexibility, sports specific skill development.
While training is about skill development & enhancement, it should also be fun. Enjoyment received when athletes are seen having fun while meeting their established goals.
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New students are presented with questions regarding general health history, purpose for seeking a trainer, fitness goals, nutrition habits and willingness to work.
Pre- training screenings to generalize current fitness levels, physical ability to train, and to gain insight on types of training programs to develop/structure that are sports and individual specific.
I hold a Master of Arts in Education for Sports Performance and Leadership from Trident University International, Strength and Conditioning Specialist/Exercise Therapist (ISSA), Master Personal Trainer Certifications through Interactive Fitness Trainers of America (IFTA) and American Sports and American Sports and Fitness Association. Additionally, I have credentials in Running Fitness, Self-Defense, High Intensity Interval Training, Speed/Agility, Bodyweight Fitness Training, Kettlebells, Strength and Conditioning, and more.
Pricing is as follows:
20.00/Session or 50.00 weekly (up to 4 days).
It's always been my desire to teach/coach/train athletes since I was one myself. My objective is to ensure that individuals receive the best possible training in order to realize their dreams.
I've work with individuals of all ages; children and adults. Elementary, middle, high school, college and professionals. Novices and veterans in fitness and sport.
Two of my high school players recently signed letters of intent to play college football; a dream for both but one in which they thought to be difficult to attain.
Always seek individual trainers who have been where you're aspiring to go. If they haven't been there, done that then it's impossible for them to help you prepare for your journey.
Students should ask themselves are they interested or committed to training for their sport? Is the trainer interested or committed to supporting you and your goals?