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What is Monthly Virtual Coaching?
A slight variant of our flagship Virtual Coaching service, Monthly Coaching carries all the same principles of long term athletic development and goal oriented training. The biggest difference in this service is rather than checking in once per week, you will receive your training plan in four-week blocks and check in once every four weeks after completing it. You still have the same access to unlimited email/skype communication, but your check ins will be less frequent. This makes this a service well suited for people who have been Weekly Coaching clients in the past, and are heading into an off-season period, or for those people who need slightly less individualized attention from week to week.
Something that sets us apart from other coaching services is that we are exactly that, a coaching service. This is not a template, or even just an individual program. Our goal is long term development of the individual and we try to cover all the bases for that as it relates to training. In addition to receiving an updated training program monthly, you will also receive an invitation to join our community, and access to Kabuki.ms. This option does not include a custom movement plan but your coach will still be available for technique reviews.
Who is this service good for?
Monthly Coaching is best reserved for individuals who are slightly more autonomous, who don’t require quite as much hands-on coaching, or who have previously used our Weekly Coaching. While we primarily work with strength athletes (powerlifters, weightlifters, strongman, etc.) this is a service that has benefitted individuals from all walks of life. Whether you’re looking to set a new world record or just looking to be able to pick things up pain free and continue to train and lead a healthy lifestyle, we are here to help you reach those goals. As this service is less involved from a coaching standpoint than Weekly Coaching this service is best used by individuals who feel comfortable making educated decisions during the course of a structured training plan.
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