You’ve received your ABP. You’ve loaded your Training Drive. And, you’ve been putting in some serious work. Now, it’s time to assess your development and get some 1on1 feedback from your Training Team. And, that’s exactly what you get with our Athlete Development Review (ADR).
- ON-DEMAND assessment and development review.
- ON-DEMAND film analysis.
- ABP update.
- Only purchased as needed.
A solid training program provides and only requires that the athlete does… the work. It does NOT require the trainer or coach to micromanage their every move.
Our research shows that athletes develop faster and foster an increased love of their sport when they’re shown what to do (given knowledge), then, allowed to rep things out, make the required mistakes needed to associate any knowledge provided to task, and only receive coaching and or training instruction as needed.
Q. How often will I (or my athlete) need an ADR?
A. As long as they’re doing the work and adhering to their training schedule (provided in the ABP), we recommend an ADR every 90 days. However, in season, some athletes will prefer post-game feedback after every game/ contest. Or, at certain points in their off-season training, may desire feedback at an increased interval. So, whether you need to pin-point and dial in a few things for next week’s competition or to push past any roadblock slowing your development down… we’re here when you need us.
Stop Playing. Go to WAR.
Work. Assert. Repeat.