Bringing a coach to your friends and family is the best way to learn. Not only is it fun to wakeboard with them, but you'll also learn collectively. This means you'll get a lot of additional value out of observing everyone else correct their mistakes. This style of learning accellerates the progression for the group as a whole.
It's also much less expensive. The coaching fee is structured per day. So $1,200 per day, split 5 ways, amounts to $240 per person, per day.
• Assessment (Day 1): The first thing we'll do together is assess your strengths and weaknesses are as a rider.
• Reprogramming (Day 2–5): Next, we'll reprogram your bad habits into good habits. We'll work on drills, re-train your thinking, and practice the correct technique a few times until it's reprogrammed in your brain.
• Execution (Day 2-5): Once we've strengthened on your fundamentals, it's time to land your goal trick. This way, you'll achieve your goals faster with less risk of hard falls.
For best results, this process takes between 3–5 days. When it's done right, you may even land more new tricks after the clinic than you did during it.
I do my best to keep travel costs low and convenient for my students. Many of my students have frequent flyer miles and prefer to use those to cut down on costs. If there's an option, I prefer to fly Delta (no bag fee for me), but will travel with any airline.
Accommodations are entirely up to my students. I most commonly stay in a student's guest room, but have stayed in hotels on occasion. I'm pretty low maintenance and comfortable just about anywhere. My goal is to make it as convenient for my students as possible.
If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to reach out. I will gladly tailor the travel arrangements to meet the individual needs of the clinic.