Jiu Jitsu client with his medals When I reached out for the first time, two words I used to describe myself were “overtrained” and “injured”. Since then things have changed for better. This isn’t the first time medaled after having camp with Lance. But this is the first time I took gold in both my weight and absolute (no weight limit) in major tournament.

I’m beyond pumped and can’t wait to see what’s in store next.

-Roman Soboliev, Jiu Jitsu fighter

Virtual Coaching, Assessment, and Program Design

Is your current program failing to make you look sexy? Is the coach about to cut you from the team because your performance has been in the toilet?  Are you just not feeling very well lately?

You’re not alone.  People around the world are spinning their wheels in the gym, failing to make the progress they want.

If you realize that you’re not getting everything you can out of your training time, then you’re a different kind of animal… the kind I would like to help.

The Application Process

If distance coaching interests you, here are some things you need to know.

Start by filling out an application by clicking one of the buttons below (don’t sweat it too much, just whichever you think is most like you).

I’ll then take a look at that and reach out to you via email to schedule a conversation.

After we chat a little, we will determine what are your short-, medium-, and long-term goals.  Then, we will address everything that will help you accomplish those goals.

All of my distance clients, whether from Columbus, Australia, or Sweden, first send in a distance assessment which will require you to send me some videos and pictures (more on that later).

After that, I will write you a program tailored to helping you lose those last ten pounds, build more muscle, lift more weight, get faster, jump higher, or just feel better.

Throughout the program, you will receive coaching by sending me video updates of your exercise performance so that I can make sure you’re doing the things I want you to do.

What’s right for you?