Do you want to be an elite force on your team?
We define an Elite Force as an individual that uses their superior skills and character to positively influence their team.
Helping you become a person that meets this definition is the goal of this training. This is what you should be striving for during this training program and beyond. If this definition of an Elite Force is something you’d like to become, then this program is for you. If you feel you already meet this definition, then this program is also for you. You have not yet arrived! There is always room for improvement no matter how good you or others feel you are.
Name | Abby
Status | High School Senior
Sports | Field Hockey and Lacrosse
Abby’s Elite Force Training began in October 2016 and lasted through January 2017. We met via Skype of FaceTime every other week for approximately an hour. We developed a plan to help Abby develop certain skills that would help her perform better in her sports and be a better teammate. Abby was responsible for doing homework between our meetings that was designed to help her grow in the following skills: Accountability, Patience, Unselfishness, Focus, Confidence, and Empathy.
|Why did you want to go through Elite Force Training?|
|“On both my field hockey and lacrosse teams I was chosen to be one of the captains. My teammates look up to me and view me as a leader. I wanted to be my best for them. I wanted to be someone they could trust and go to when they needed someone by their side. I saw Elite Force Training as a once in a lifetime opportunity for self-improvement. You have a coach by your side every step of the way to help make you into the better person that you want to be.”|
|How do you feel this one-on-one training has benefited you?|
|“This training is the best decision that I’ve made for myself. I look back at who I was before the training and who I am after and there is a substantial change. I am so much happier with the person that I am today. The phrase shared with me of “be uncommon” is not just a quote for me, but rather a lifestyle and a mindset. Not only did the training make me a better teammate, but a better friend, sister, daughter, and so much more. The focus was not solely on me as an athlete, but how to make me, as a whole, a better person. I am more than just my sports and there is so much in life outside of it. Don’t get me wrong, I love my sports with every ounce of my being, but I cannot compete competitively forever. Even after my sports are over, I have been taught lessons that will last me a lifetime.|
|What would you say to a student-athlete that might be considering this one-on-one training?|
|“DO IT. Every ounce of doubt you have, shove it aside. The lessons this program has taught me will never stop being relevant in my life. Even if you think you are the best person in this whole world, do it. I have no regrets from this program. All those that have the opportunity to partake in this, seize the opportunity because there are not many opportunities like this in the short lives that we live.”|