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How do I start training at ID 3?

The first step is to fill out a contact form. Once a form is received an ID 3 Coach will set up a time for an assessment. Our assessment process is an in-depth mental and physical assessment. Once the assessment has been performed an ID 3 Coach will create an individualized program to help each client achieve their goals. From their you will either begin your training remotely or in the semi-private setting. If you train remotely a video will be set to you on how to begin your training and you will be assigned an ID 3 Coach. If you train in the semi-private setting the first session will be a private 1 on 1 session, where an ID 3 Coach will take the client through every component of their program so they know how to perform all required drills, exercises, etc.

What type of athlete does ID 3 specialize in training?

ID 3’s Founder and Owner has an extensive background in developing baseball and softball players who are looking to throw harder, run faster, and hit the ball harder.

What does the assessment process entail?

The assessment process is comprised of three different sections. The first is a comprehensive mental assessment. This entails background information, injury history, a mental questionnaire, and goal setting. This process takes about 30-40 minutes. The next step is a joint by joint physical assessment to look at strengths, weakness, flexibility tests, and movement testing. Lastly, a performance assessment is performed to set baseline performance variables to track throughout training.

What is “Semi-Private Training”?

Every client of ID 3 Training will be provided with a personalized program to use at every workout. Due to this personalized approach ID 3 coaches are able to train more than 1 client at a time. ID 3 Coaches are able to work with 8 athletes at a time.

How long is a training session and what will my child be doing?

Every session begins with a individualized warm up. Typically 15-30 minutes. This is followed by power, speed, and explosiveness training. Typically 15-20 minutes. Lastly, a individualized strength training portion that focuses on a clients most important areas for improvement regarding strength. Typically lasts 60 minutes. Overall a training session will be individualized to the needs of every client. Younger athletes workouts will typically last 1 hour and 15 minutes, high school clients will last 1 and a half hours to 2 hours minutes, and college/professional clients will be 2 hours to 2 and a half hours.

What should my child do on their own on the days that they aren’t training at ID 3?

Every client will be set up with an online training profile where they will be able to access their remote training workouts. It will have each workout planned and each exercise will have an accompanying video.