Hollabaugh Training Systems Online Coaching
Athletic Performance Coaching to Transformation Coaching
From ten years of coaching and training I have realized one thing:
Accountability is key!
Without accountability it is easy for us to cheat, take a day off, or use excuses to as to why we are not seeing results.
By becoming an online coaching client you are assuring yourself that you will have professional accountability to achieve the success you want and need.
After ten years and thousands of clients I know I can help you whether it’s a nagging injury that just won’t let you train at full speed, a program that doesn’t address your unique needs and goals, or a flat-out lack of accountability, there’s nothing worse than not making progress.
And I know this well, because while I’m not a competitive athlete or lifter anymore, I still want to see progress in my personal training program. An even I need accountability in my own training.
I want to look and feel great, so that I can not only perform as a performance specialist, but to simply enjoy life a bit more.
And trust me: I know what it feels like to be stuck in the mud, training, pushing, and grinding, with little (or no!) results to show for it.
An I even know what it feels like to have a nagging injury that just won't seem to go away no matter how much rehab you go through.
The bottom line is this:
Everyone needs a coach.
If you want to get the most out of your body, then let me tell you a little bit about how online training works.
HTS Approach to Online Training
Online training is a way to work with a coach for literally anywhere in the world.
In many ways, having an online coach is no different from having a coach work with you in real time.
I’m going to assess both your posture and movement, looking for issues that could possibly hold you back.
I’m going to write a customized program, based on your unique needs and goals.
And I’m going to coach you on your lifting technique, and help you improve your form on the various lifts.
The only downside to working with me online versus in person is that we won’t have the immediate feedback that you’d get from a live session.
Instead, we’ll rely on videos so that I can still review your technique and give you things to work on from week-to-week.
But consider how valuable it would be to have someone objective writing your programs?
I know I have some of my close friends who are strength coaches write me up programs from time to time just change things up or work within a new philosophy.
If you’re serious about getting more out of your body, then let’s talk about how you can get started.
I Want in Coach – How Do I Get Started?
Here are the steps we need to take to get started….
Step #1 - Fill Out a Training Application
The first step is to fill out the online training application below. The application gives me a little bit more information about you and what you want to get out of working together.
If you’re interested in getting started, please start by filling out the form as soon as possible.
Step #2 – The Consultation
Once I’ve review your application, we will set-up a consultation via e-mail, Skype or phone to further discuss your background, needs, goals, and where you will be training (home, gym, or other).
In this consultation, it’s my job to make sure that I’m a good fit for you as a coach. While I work with clients and athletes of all shapes and sizes, and with widely different goals, my job is to make sure you that you find the best possible coach, whether it’s myself or someone else.
Step #3 – The Start-up Process
If we make the decision to work together, the final step will be getting you all set-up. This will include:
- Goal setting for the time we work together,
- Posture pictures,
- Movement videos, and
- Agreeing upon a timeline to work together. I will take clients for as little as 3 months at a time, but I really prefer 6-month and annual clients as the results are far superior.
My services range in price from $200 per month (3-month agreement) to $150 per month (12-month agreement).
Once we’re working together, the last piece is our ongoing communication via the weekly check-in.
Step #4 – Weekly Check-ins
Once we’re up and running, the final piece of the puzzle is communicating on a weekly basis.
What I’ve found over the last 10 years of doing this is that a weekly check-in process works best.
If you check-in more frequently, eventually it becomes burdensome and you’re less likely to stick with the program.
And on the flip side, if you check in less often you’re more likely to fall off the wagon, or not get the kind of results you’d expect and are paying for.
As such, every week we’ll check in to review form, see how the program is going, and make sure things are on the up and up.