Train With James

Train With James

5.0 (5)
2 employees
4 years in business

About this pro

I played 4 years of college baseball myself in which I made my living throwing out runners stealing, back picking, and not allowing past balls. I understand the dedication and work ethic it takes to play at the next level. I am currently a Personal Trainer and Assistant Varsity Baseaball Coach at Churchland High School. I instruct athletes on strength and conditioning as well as fundamentals at all levels. I try to be encouraging as well demanding. I can help improve an athlete’s overall skill and speed. I believe in consistency and hard work to accomplish specific goals.

Enjoy seeing the athlete achieve results!!

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Suffolk, VA 23434
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5 Reviews

5.0

  • Harvey Beatty

    His dedication and positive attitude. You can tell he loves what he does. James take great Joy in your success. He turned my son into a workout fanatic! My son is 5'6" and now he's dunking! Before James he couldn't touch the rim.

  • Landon Younkins

    He explains the rationale for all of the exercises and the benefit that will help my specific needs. He is professional and motivating as he encourages me to push myself. He works well with younger patrons which can be difficult. He is great to work with and very knowledgeable of his trade.

  • Calvin

    How he pushes you to be better and works you out harder than ever and his kindness of teaching you also he has a love for it.

  • Charles P Jones

    Coach J Is a wonderful trainer and coach. He has my son excited about playing baseball again. He has him catching, blocking, throwing and has his stance 100% better.


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Understand the athlete’s goals. Evaluate a baseline. Design a specific program for the athlete.


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