It is not who starts the game but who finishes it.
— John Wooden


Developing young athletes is a task that requires multi-dimensional and systematic approach combined with absolute concern of the athletes' long term success in sports and life.

My training programs aim to be:

1. As simple and safe as possible
2. As effective as possible
3. As motivating as possible

Here are the physical training programs that start from the fundamentals and progressively advance to the point of being able to FINISH STRONG in sports.

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Coaching is more of an art than science according to many. Certainly, it demands a holistic and comprehensive philosophy, that is not only based on our knowledge of a given sport but on many things, such as communication, team-building, trust and commitment.

Accepting a position of a coach is accepting a role of a servant. Being a coach is not about building oneself up but empowering others. Coaches need to be strong men and women, true role models, that journey along with their athletes and guide them towards the finish line.

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My goal is to bridge the spiritual journey to my daily activities as a trainer and a coach. I believe that the Word of God gives us insight and strength for my practical duties as I work with athletes and the youth. If spiritual aspect was something separate from the rest of the life, I would keep it as such. However, as I have little by little and sometimes painfully found out, I can really do nothing without His help.

So it is time to lay down the ego and acknowledge the true source of the strength and perseverance helping me run my race and also to finish it.

Here we go...