Hi – My name is Dennis.
I’m personally taking on a select group of distance coaching clients that want to maximize their volleyball training. By working one-on-one with me, success is guaranteed.
If that sounds like you, read on because I’ll map out exactly how we can work together to guarantee your success for a fraction of the cost of working with some mediocre trainer at the local gym.
If you do this long enough, you realize that many trainers and coaches have no rhyme or reason to what they’re doing.
Their programs are copied and pasted from their favorite workout website.
Their exercises consist of whatever they saw on YouTube or Instagram earlier that day.
So is it really hard to imagine why most of these trainers don’t get results for their clients?
I like to think of myself as the anti-trainer or coach.
I have one simple goal for the clients and athletes I work with:
Deliver results. Plain and simple.
And that’s exactly what I’ll do for you… Deliver Results.
I’ve been involved in volleyball as a player and coach for over 27 years. This has really allowed me to dial in my system.
The first thing you will do is answer my Discovery Questionnaire. This is where I learn as much about you as I can, things like:
This information gives me a good idea as to where you’re at, and what we need to do to get you moving in the right direction.
From there, I will design a 100% customized training program that is specific to your unique needs and goals.
Yes, you heard that right…
every training session will be individually designed for you.
No one-size-fits-all, cookie cutter program.
This is a custom designed blueprint to guarantee that you finally get the results you want.
Your first program is just the starting point – the tip of the iceberg.
Each and every week, you’ll check in to let me know how well you’re progressing, send me video clips, and get feedback on your training.
That’s right – I’m not just sending you a program once per month and hoping you figure it out.
Every week, we’re communicating to make sure that you’re working the program, that your exercise technique is improving, and that you’re seeing awesome results.
And every four weeks, we’re going to update your program.
After all, your body is going to be changing – becoming more mobile, stronger and athletic.
And as a result, we have to constantly update your program to make sure that we’re continuing to challenge your body.
I’m sure by now you’re wondering how much all this costs…and for good reason.
When I coach clients live and in-person, a private training session is $95.
If you’re even training with me twice per week, that’s a cool $760 per month.
If you’re going three times per week, you’re at $1,140 per month.
While this may seem like a lot of money at first glance, the athletes I work with understand this is an investment in their most valuable asset – their body.
But here’s the really cool thing – you’ll get that same level of coaching and program design at a fraction of the cost.
After all these years of experience training for volleyball, my program design process is truly dialed in and efficient.
In fact, if we get going now I can get you started for as little as $49 per month.
And remember, this isn’t the cookie-cutter, program-of-the month BS that most “online” coaches are passing off as customized programming.
My work is 100% personalized for you.
Look, I truly love working with people, and even more, I love helping people get results.
But unfortunately, I’m very busy and time is a precious commodity for me.
As such, I have to be VERY picky about who I work with.
If you’re interested in working together, here is my criteria for every client and athlete I coach:
They may sound simple at first glance, but I assure you there aren’t many “secrets” in this game. If you show up, work hard, and allow me to coach you, I know we’re going to see some great results.
If you’re serious about getting started, I’ve got two ways for you to do just that.
The fast track option is simple – pick from one of my training packages below, sign-up, and I’ll reach out ASAP to get things rolling.
Training Package 1
Training Package 2
Training Package 3
Or, if you want to learn more about the program first, start by completing the questionnaire below.
Give me as much detail as you can.
Once I have your information, I’ll reach out to you to schedule our consulting call.
If at the end of that we both feel like we’re a good fit, we’ll start working together to help you get the results you want.
And if we decide it’s not a good fit – that’s OK too.
I’ll never ask you for a single penny unless I know that I can get you the results you want.
This opportunity is extremely limited due to the one-on-one time needed in order to provide you with results.
Therefore, it is physically impossible for me to work with more than a handful of people.
And as I mentioned above, time is definitely an issue – there are only so many hours in the day, and many of mine are already accounted for!
So with that said, know that the window of opportunity won’t be open long.
In fact, it could only be here for a few days if registrations go like I think they will.
If you feel like this is right for you, start simply by filling in the application below!
All the best,
Still not convinced I can help you out?
Take a few minutes to read these testimonials from previous online clients…
I am using your volleyball training programs to help my daughter, and we just finished the jump program. At the halfway point, we had both increased our verticals (and me being 42, I thought that was quite impressive) by approx. 3-4"...we will retest after the 2 week rest period to see what the final increase is, but for that alone it was well worth the cost of the program. I would whole-heartedly endorse your program, but also warn that the jump program is very intensive...its not for everyone, but you get what you put into it.
Adam and Hayli Ferguson, Durham Region Volleyball Club DRVC 16u team (Hayli is #7)
Whitby, Ontario, Canada
I coach junior high girls and I was amazed at the amount of improvement this program produced in my girls. A number of them lack upper body strength for overhand serving and setting as well as lower body strength for leaping ability. This program really helped in both those areas. If youre thinking of investing in the program, you won't be sorry; it is well worth the investment. I had players who could barely overhand serve a ball to the net, who by the end of the season were sometimes pounding them out of bounds long. I'm glad I discovered your program Dennis. Thanks for the help.
Junior High Volleyball Coach
I am working with my 14 year old daughter (5'11"/9'6") who is now playing at the elite level and a varsity starter as a freshman. I use your tips on training and motivation to help her work hard to achieve her goals. Her vertical has increased five inches over the past year. If you love volleyball and if your child is committed to succeeding in the sport, you should follow Dennis' program. Succeeding at any sport, but particularly volleyball, requires dedication and commitment over a long time. Your volleyball training programs are very valuable in helping young players focus and keep working. Volleyball is unique in its demands for individual performance and team interaction. These two are not natural partners so working with your programs helps to develop the individual within the context of the team.
Robert & Kathyrn Trinka,
Boomers Volleyball Club, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
If you are serious about becoming a great volleyball player…
…and if you’re finally ready to invest in yourself, then what are you waiting for?
Fill out the application above and let’s see if we’re a good fit for each other.
I can’t wait to hear from you!
All the best,
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