One of the most unique features of our Virtual Coaching solution is having all of our staffed coaches in house. While many online coaching companies employ coaches in varying geographic locations, 100% of our coaches work under the same roof. This affords us (and you) opportunities far beyond traditional remote coaching services. One of which is our weekly Team Review meeting. As a team, we sit down and discuss client’s movement videos, programs, and areas of opportunity a single pair of eyes might have scanned over. Through this entire process the assigned coach will be your primary point of contact to assure clean and consisted communication and follow through. We all bring something a little different to the table and we love being able to bounce ideas off one another in real time. This is not only a commitment to ensuring that we put our best foot forward, but also create and foster the best environment to learn and grow as a coaching staff.
When we approach the training process we view it globally. There are many complex systems that integrate to complete a training program. One of the pillars of our Virtual Coaching solution is pursuing complete control of human movement. We aren’t talking about simply throwing a few cues at you and sending you on your way. This involves a thorough assessment process which includes diving into previous injury history, identifying high risk movements, reviewing training footage (in our Team Review), and building a plan to get you pain free and moving the way you were intended to. Ultimately, we strive to come away from the assessment process with a complex understanding of your history and current needs. The movement plan is far from static. Just like the training plan, you will receive updates based on your progress. You will be assigned pre-training and off day movement prep drills with soft tissue mobilizations included. You also receive a free membership to Kabuki.MS.
Every athlete has a story to tell. Not in the sense of storytelling, but from a platform of individual differences. It’s true, human DNA is 99.5% identical. We all adapt very similarly when exposed to stress. But the things that separate us when the training plan is concerned are goals, experience, stress tolerance, injury history, psyche, commitment, morphological development, health, and physical acclimation. With all these differences, we must control as much actionable data as possible. Our training logs are housed in excel and pack a robust ‘matrix’ that collects and sorts your training data. This is far beyond sets x reps x load = volume. We collect 36 (and that number is growing) unique data points organized to easily view and analyze trends in progress and performance. We have also pioneered the use of velocity as an objective marker for autoregulation. We use every tool at our disposal when it comes to the development of our athletes.
Our coaches practice what they preach. As competitive athletes, they’ve been in the trenches training, competing, and fighting for strength day-in and day-out. It isn’t just about being athletes however. Each coach is a part of our team because they bring the best combination of knowledge, drive, and a deep desire for personal development. Above anything else they are passionate about providing a high-level of service to their athletes. Rest assured, you will be in good hands with our coaches.
Brandon heads up the coaching department at Kabuki Strength and is the creator of the systems we use to train and develop athletes. Brandon is actively pioneering the way coaches and athletes use data and autoregulation (specifically velocity) in their training. Among these roles, Brandon is also a very accomplished coach having handled Chris’s training since 2015 as well as 3 separate ALL-TIME world record holders.
Chris is the co-founder of Kabuki Strength and along with Head Coach Senn, is the founder of our training methodologies and philosophies. Besides working in a head engineer role for the equipment side of the company, Chris also acts as a consultant for the virtual coaching department and is involved in all team review and client review meetings.
Tony has been a nutrition and strength coach for 10 years, serving hundreds of clients ranging from amateur lifters to professional athletes. In the past he's served our nation in the Marines, and currently he is an elite-level powerlifter competing in the 220/242 class and training out of Kabuki Strength Lab with the team.
We believe the coaching of physical development involves much more than a spreadsheet with the exercises/sets/reps to be accomplished that week. We see our coaching process as a functional symphony of movement efficiency, program design, skilled coaching, and good ol’ fashioned hard work.
Our on-boarding process for new clients is simple and straightforward. After purchasing the required hardware and reserving your spot on the roster, you will be sent a questionnaire and upon completion be contacted for your intake Skype call. Then the fun begins!
Click ‘Sign Up Now’ and reserve your spot on our coaching roster.
Spend some time telling us about you. Once you sign up you and complete the payment process, you will be sent a link to our intake form. Be thorough and take as much time as you need. This will be a document we reference through your entire training stay with us.
Once you submit your client intake form you will be contacted by our Head Coach to schedule an intake Skype call. In this call, we will go through your questionnaire together and aim to come away with a more complex understanding of your needs.
Once we complete steps 1-3 your coach will get to work curating your training plan and movement assessment. You will be sent all necessary documents and be on the road to pursuing your goals under the watchful eyes of your Kabuki Strength Coach.
Here are some of the more common questions we receive about our virtual coaching services. If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out and email us at email@example.com.