1-ON-1 TRAINING - $2000 or $650/mo ... $250/single session ... $200-$600 (online training)
The One-on-One training gives individualized attention and focus. You share the goals. Together, we will figure out all of your strengths and weaknesses. Coach Milo will design a program to address each weakness and enhance the strengths.
The one-on-one membership is great for the person:
- Looking to become more athletic for a specific sport.
- Recovering from injury.
- Who has serious medical concerns.
- Who wants to build muscle, loss fat and gain athleticism and confidence in an unobtrusive setting.
The $2,000/mo option is for up to four one-on-one sessions each week for the month. That averages to about 16 one-on-one sessions per month. The $650/mo (6/mo minimum program) option gives the athlete up to four training sessions per month. The training sessions begin anew at the beginning of each month and do not "roll over" into the coming months. The One-on-One member can attend any of the Small-Group classes we offer as well as any of the ELEMENTS or ESSENTIALS classes and the ELITE classes, too, provided they satisfy the ELITE qualification numbers. The single session option is for one session geared toward a specific purpose, usually the instruction of a particular movement or skill that will be repeated over a number of months to help improve performance.
With the Online Training, the athlete will be taken through the assessment. After the assessment a program is made from the assessment results. Depending on what the athlete and the athlete's coaches want, the program will with prescribed with a weekly workout plan that will be replicated each week for the month ($200/mo). If the athlete needs more guidance, the program can be prescribed on a bi-weekly basis with updates added to the previous programming ($400/mo). We also have a weekly prescription where the athlete will get programming each week based on communication from the previous week's programming ($600/mo).
Complete Fitness & Nutritional Assessment:
- Fitness Assessment
- Functional Movement Screen
- Fundamental Movement Skills Assessment
- Power Assessment
- Nutritional & Lifestyle Assessment
- Reserve 2.0 Hours for the Assessment
Fitness Assessment – The fitness assessment takes the athlete through a series of exercises that determine the athlete’s strength from unilateral and bilateral standpoints. This assessment includes 11 tests.
Functional Movement Screen – From the Functional Movement System website, “Put simply, the FMS is a ranking and grading system that documents movement patterns that are key to normal function. By screening these patterns, the FMS readily identifies functional limitations and asymmetries. These are issues that can reduce the effects of functional training and physical conditioning and distort body awareness.
The FMS generates the Functional Movement Screen Score, which is used to target problems and track progress. This scoring system is directly linked to the most beneficial corrective exercises to restore mechanically sound movement patterns.
Exercise professionals monitor the FMS score to track progress and to identify those exercises that will be most effective to restore proper movement and build strength in each individual.”
We will take the athlete through seven movements that will show us how the athlete’s body moves in a pain-free environment. If we find discrepancies in movement patterns we will give the athlete exercises that will help correct the movement pattern. This way we know the chance of injury during a training session is reduced.
Fundamental Movement Skills Assessment – Through this assessment, which includes six tests, we will learn how well your upper body and lower body coordinate through dynamic movements.
Power Assessment – This assessment show us how well your body translates strength to power. We will use the body’s own weight and appropriately weighted medicine balls to accomplish the eight tests.
We figure out the methods you use to gather information and give you suggestions that will enable you to better breakdown that information to digestible chunks of usefulness.
Nutritional and Lifestyle Assessment – What’s in your refrigerator right now? How much water do you drink? On scale of 1-10 how stressful is your job? How much time per week do you devote to working on you?
Understanding a fit and healthy lifestyle goes beyond, lifting weights, eating better and sprinting. We will take a look at all the things that make up you, and give suggestions where we believe things might be improved.