Austin Personal Training Redefined

Remote Coaching

BASIC_2014_-104What do Michael Jordan, Rich Froning, Camille Leblanc Bazinet former Google CEO Eric Schmidt, Hillary Swank, Leonardo Dicaprio, and Beyonce have in common? They all have coaches. A common theme that remains unchanged amongst any successful person—in sports, business, career, and life—is one thing: They got to where they are today with guidance, support and coaching. While natural abilities and raw talent most definitely play a large role into one’s success—you can only get so far in your mobility, endurance, strength, skills and more. That is what Central Athlete’s Remote Coaching program is all about—giving you a leg up in your personal goals and endeavors—both inside and outside the gym (no matter where you live or what gym where you train). Unlike mass programs or blogs programmed for a vast majority, Central Athlete’s Remote Coaching is like working with a personal trainer, anywhere from 3 to 6 days per week—an individualized program developed specifically for you, and an on-going working relationship with a coach who cares about seeing you succeed. After an initial consultation and in-depth assessment with your Central Athlete coach, you will then undergo a series of physical testing over the course of multiple training sessions in order to establish a solid baseline and foundation of where you are starting—in order to better know where you are going. Once the testing phase is complete, athletes then move into training. Your Coach sends weekly programming by Sunday evening via Google Docs and you are required to submit your training results by Saturday evening, so the coach is then able to program your next week accordingly. Additionally, you have access to your coach through ongoing communication to ask questions surrounding your training and lifestyle factors (sleep, nutrition, stress, etc.) that may impact your plan. Anyone, from Games athletes, to ‘average Joe’s’, to competitive tri-athletes, to soccer moms, can benefit from having a personal coach. While Remote Coaching and individualized programming is most certainly an effective way for competitive athletes to improve their ‘game’, many clients use Remote Coaching for providing structure relative to their personal goals (ie. getting leaner, reducing pain, gaining muscle, improving mobility, etc.) Here are a few clients who have begun to experience the difference of Central Athlete’s Remote Coaching program:

  • Zack Plyer- Went from 260 lbs. and inability to do a strict pull-up and complete his lifts efficiently, to now weighing in under 240 lbs. and able to complete 11 unbroken muscle-ups, snatch of 255, clean of 345, back squat 445 lbs.
  • Sam O’Brien- Overcoming lingering back and shoulder injuries he’s worked on for years with chiropractors in as little as 4-months
  • Ryan Berber- Improving his fitness despite long work hours
The bottom line? Everyone needs a coach. According to David A. Dunning, Ph.D., a professor of Psychology at Cornell University, we as humans literally see the world the way we want to see it—and that in and of itself is reason to suggest, someone else’s point of view may help us with ‘blind spots’ or advancing in various areas of our lives. “The Dunning-Kruger effect suggests that there is a problem beyond that,” Dunning said. “Even if you are the most honest, impartial person that you could be, you would still have a problem — namely, when your knowledge or expertise is imperfect, you really don’t know it.  Left to your own devices, you just don’t know it. We’re not very good at knowing what we don’t know,” Dunning said.




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