Sean was a pleasure to work with. He did everything I asked of him in spades. Being overseas, we had to overcome quite a few challenges and on a few occasions we adapted our training plan around his work schedule as he had a LONG commute which I can only imagine as he was in China. We started on a 3 day conjugated template and overtime had to condense our training to only twice per week. Sean’s story is just another example of how well someone can progress with less! A reminder to us all that more is oftentimes not better..
I apologize to Dan for getting this testimonial to Dan a little late. The first thing that comes to mind when I reflect on the training I had with Dan is personalization. I am sure that Dan can attest to some of the challenges that came up. We even spent a good portion training just twice a week, and we still managed to get great results.
In our short time together (about 9 months) I went from a 265 squat, to 405. My deadlift went from about 315 to 415, and a 255 bench to 280. I still have a long way to go, and unfortunately due to school and work, we had to put the training on hold.
Dan never took long to respond to emails, and my questions were always answered to great detail. What made him a great teacher is the fact that I can pick up right where we left off, knowing that I have all the tools and knowledge I need to succeed. Not only that, I also know that if I need some help Dan will always be happy to respond. He is so much more than a personal trainer, but a friend, and a coach. Thanks Dan, you always go above and beyond, and I would recommend your services to anyone.