My approach to coaching and developing young athletes begins with using our first session to identify the athletes strengths and rooms for growth. From there, I will create a developmental program to enhance the athletes skill set based off of my finding. I draw from an extensive career in playing competitive sports through the college level, training and learning from the former New York Yankees Strength and Conditioning coach, Dana Cavalea, coaching high school baseball and basketball at Key School in Annapolis, as well as 10 years of experience as a master personal trainer. I am confident that the skills that I have developed throughout my career will provide your athlete with the best experience possible, but equally as important, you will see results in their sports performance.
I am very passionate about changing lives, hence my career in personal training. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing clients, ranging from young athletes to senior citizens, show drastic improvements in their respective programs. When coaching, I adopt the Phil Jackson motto that you can't treat any two athletes exactly the same. The reason for this is that no two people are exactly alike so the tools that you use to get through to one athlete won't necessarily be the right tools to get through to another athlete. That being said, I have been able to change a lot of lives in my career, both as a trainer and coach, because I was able to get through to my clients and athletes in a way that no one else was able to in the past. This has lead me to have a lot of success with clients and athletes. Some of their results range from those who have lost over 100 pounds in a year, trained to get into the police academy and military including one green beret, and coached high school athletes who struggled in their early years to actually go on to the college level to play baseball and basketball. I am about as passionate at my career as Jim Harbaugh is, minus the yelling and kakhais.
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