Your Moment Is Now Training

Your Moment Is Now Training

4.9 (18)
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1 employee
1 years in business

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Your Moment is Now Training

W/Coach Michael Stephens

Your Moment is Now Training is more than just a training experience.  YMNT stands for what it means for your student athlete to learn to compete at the highest level in whatever sport they choose.  YMNT believes that in order to compete at a high level in any athletic competition, an athlete must have the core abilities that we are here to teach and help your kids grow past and achieve anything they are willing to work hard for.

Our Training Philosophy:

  1. Time will not be wasted

  2. I will account for every second of your student/athlete’s hour long training session.

  3. Everything will be organized and for a purpose

  4. No Drill/Assignment will be done just to have a filler

The biggest enjoyment I get from training students/athletes is being able to learn their athletic goals and designing athlete-specific ways to get them to their destination.  

There is nothing better than seeing the moment when a student/athlete grasps a concept and converts it to the academic/athletic arena.  

Also, building trust with the student/athlete and the parent is enjoyable as well.  Being able to build a rapport with the clients to the point where we are working together to ensure greatness and accomplishment is second to none.

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Credentials

Houston, TX 77008
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18 Reviews

4.9

  • Jaylen Pruitt

    My son has been training with Coach Mike this summer. I can see a huge difference from where he began to where he is right now. From route running to his speed and quickness. I highly recommend Coach Mike to anyone looking to improve their football skills.

  • Kelly Tymon

    Michael truly cares about helping young athletes reach their full potential. I have recommended him to all my friends who have football players.

  • Heinrich Meermann

    Coach Mike is passionate about training the entire athlete (body & mind). He identifies the athlete’s strengths/weaknesses and focuses training on the improving both aspects.

  • Jacorey Howard

    What I liked about working out with your moment is now training is the amount of constancy, everyday I would workout with no problems. The main thing that I loved was the determination that caoch Stevens has to perfect the craft of young athletes.


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

1.  Consult what areas are desired for improvement.

2. Ask for the athletic goals of the athlete.

3. Design a specific 1 hour long session that is fit for the athlete's goals.

4.  Always make sure to track and log notes of each session for use in future sessions.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

11 Year High School Football Coach (Defensive Backs, Linebackers, and Wide Receivers)

11 Year High School Track Coach (Texas 5A 6A Levels)

4 Year High School Head Track Coach

6 Year High School Basketball Coach

Sachse High School

South Garland High School

Princeton High School

Rockwall-Heath High School

Royce City Middle School


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Pricing is done by the hour.

Single Session:$60/hr (Due Before Session)

Guaranteed 3 Session Package: $160 (Due Before Session)


How did you get started teaching?

Began coaching in 2006 under Coach Rodney Webb at Royce City Middle School.


What types of students have you worked with?

6th-12th Grade School Athletes.

I have worked with boys and girls ages 12-18.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Being able to watch two of my athletes complete at the Division I collegiate level this past year.

I was able to go watch Devin and Donovan Duvernay play at the University of Texas.  I also watch Jared Mayden compete for the University of Alabama.

It was great to see students I worked with shine on the big stage with 90,000+ people watching them play.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Find a teacher who does not just roll the ball out and give random drills.  Focus on getting someone who genuinely wants to take interest in you as an athlete and will tailor their mission towards your success.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

1.  Where do I want to be?

2.  What areas could be considered as my strenghts?

3.  What areas do I need the most improvement?

4.  Am I willing to do what it takes to become the best athlete I can be?


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