Who This Is For (Online Coaching Requirements)
Unfortunately, I don’t take just take on everyone as a client.
There’s a couple reasons for this.
For one, this is a fully customized, 1-to-1 program. And It’s very important to me that every client receives my full focus and attention. Because of this, I’m only able to work with a very limited number of people at any given time.
I also don’t just blindly accept everyone into the program. I genuinely care about helping you reach success and achieve your goals. For this reason, I only approve applicants who I feel would be a good fit for the program based on their current goals and situation.
Please read through the requirements below before applying:
- You have previous weight training experience (at least 1 year)
- You are familiar with all the major movements (squats, deadlifts, rows, presses, and variations)
- You are age 18 or older
- You have no current injuries that keep you from training with full intensity (I’m not a rehab guy)
- You have no major metabolic issues or diseases (I’m not a doctor)
- You have 3-5 days per week minimum in which you can commit an hour to training
- You have a strong work ethic, with an open mind, and are driven to succeed and get results
- You are willing to cook and prepare the majority of your food
Look -- I'm going to be straight with you here:
I don't want to work with you if...
- You are not serious about getting results
- You are afraid of working hard, being challenged and pushed
- You are not interested in improving yourself
- You are a whiner
To put it simply -- I don’t want to work with people who aren’t willing to give this program everything they’ve got. Please don’t waste my time or yours if you are not 100% sure you are ready to commit to this. You will be taking the opportunity away from someone else who is ready to change their life.
On the other hand, if you’re ready to commit 100% to the program, go balls deep and absolutely kill it, then lets do the damn thing.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’re someone who's content with being average, and happy continuing on the path you are going, then no, hiring a coach may not be for you. On the other hand, if you’re someone who is looking to take yourself to a higher level and chase what you truly want, then hiring a coach who has helped other people achieve exactly what you want to, may be just exactly what you need.
Coaching people via the internet works very well in most cases, however it does have it's limitations for beginners. Since I won't be there to teach you in-person, I need you be comfortable performing the main compound lifts (squats, deadlifts, presses, rows, and variations) in order to be able to perform the training program I give you effectively.
If you're new to training, I would suggest spending a couple hours with a professional trainer in your area to learn the movements first, and then practice them for a couple months on your own to get more experience.
Before discussing specifics, I would first like to have a conversation and see how I can help you best. This way, we can also see if we are compatible and will get along.
Rather than just accepting anyone blindly into the program to make a quick buck, I genuinely care about helping you, and if for whatever reason I don't think you'd be a good fit for the program, I won't take your money.
There’s no obligation to work with me after applying, this is just the way I need to work when bringing clients onboard.
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