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5.0 (1)
1 employee
2 years in business

About this pro

CASHOUT is an acronym that stands for; Confident, Actionoriented, Strongminded, Hardworking, Optimistic, Underrated, & Tenacious. I am a sports performance trainer that works hands on with athletes and future athletes on speed, agility, position specific, and sport specific skills. I am also certified fitness trainer that works with anyone that wants to improve their physical strength, endurance, fitness level, and health. Above all, I work to help people change their lives for the better, build mental strength and confidence in themselves and set and achieve goal after goal.  I attended the University of Kansas and the university of Saint Mary where I received my bachelors degree in psychology and played football and achieved all American honors. I continued my journey playing professionally in Mexico in the spring of 2017 and am still training to play professionally currently. @CASHOUTTraining on instagram, Twitter, & Facebook. 

The end result. After putting in the work, going through the process of bettering oneself, the feeling and the look on the face of someone who received the results of the work they put in is unmatchable.

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Credentials

Bacliff, TX 77518
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1 Review

5.0

  • Jon Skeele

    We have been working with Billy once a week for nearly three months. Having a professional instruct my son has made a big difference in his abilities and confidence. Billy has a quiet nature and a good work ethic. My son has responded well to his instruction and looks forward to the lessons. I whole heartily recommend him



FAQs


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

Getting to know the student/client as a person, their strengths and weaknesses, what they enjoy and dislike. Discussing goals and helping them set goals if need be. Hand tailoring a specific plan to help them achieve the goals they set. Ultimately having fun while getting better is the goal.


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

I worked for an athletic training company in Colorado 18 months where I trained over 300 athletes and kids ranging from kindergarten through professional athletes. Coached a traveling 7on7 team that competed all over the country. Held  before school and after school programs for students and teachers. Also received my personal trainer certification from ISSA in June of 2017 and have worked in a gym doing fitness training since then. 


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

Depending on the type of training, the duration of each session, and the number of sessions. Most athletic training sessions are an hour long and range from 25-40 dollars per session. The more sessions per package, the less amount per session. Fitness training has 2 options, 30 minute sessions or 1hour sessions, ranging from 20-40 dollars per session, again, the more sessions per package the less amount per session. Group training is always cheaper per person than individual training. It is also encouraged for competition. All payment will be received upfront, package deals the total amount is upfront. Payment plans are negotiable for struggling families. 


How did you get started teaching?

I was being trained by an ex NFL player who then hired me to help out and taught me a lot of what I know, then I got my certification in fitness training about 2 years later and learned a lot through studying and experience. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I’m always fond of seeing clients achieve goals and the smiles on their faces when they do it. 


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

Look for someone with experience and knowledge not so much the bells and whistles. Someone can be just as or much more knowledgeable and not have all of the fame and clientele as someone else. 


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

How bad do they want to learn and improve? How dedicated are they?