Do You Need a Custom Program and Real Strength Training Coaching!
Limited Time GETSTRENGTH Online Coaching is Available.
Most online coaches deliver a program that they say is “personalised” but is sent to 100’s of other athletes online. Our remote coaching program is written for you by us and customised just for your needs.
In an online program design/coaching program ) you will receive:
- Monthly programming delivered to you
- Weekly video review of your lifts
- Correct cycle loads and reps
- Flexible programming
- Access to our private facebook group where you can share with my other online clients and get even more feedback.
Unfortunately, we can only take on
20 15 9 new online members
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