Nope, this ain't a post about muscular growth, or psychological growth, it's about Courage performance! I am so excited to see how this little company I started out of a small gym in Washington, DC has now grown to two locations on either side of the country. While it's a tad bitter-sweet to see Courage performance East expand into a large location, something I tried to do but could never make happen for years. I am more than happy to be running headquarters out of wonderful Northern California. And with the winter passing by, all I can see is growth, and more growth out of both locations.
Back East we have found our home out of a brand new Baseball Facility run by DC Dynasty. We have secured ourselves the exclusive Strength and Conditioning program out of this facility and have been bringing on new athletes at an alarming speed ever since. The crazy thing is preparing for what the summer will bring. Our East coast program has always seen it's greatest success during the summer months when all the baseball players are so committed to stepping up their game. And with the new space, and all the new athletes right at our fingertips, it should be interesting to watch as DC becomes an area of damn strong, powerful, and quick baseball stars! Andrew Whitener is Director of Operations and Head Coach out of the East Coast branch, and he's been doing a great job keeping things under control as things change so drastically. We'll be keeping our eyes open for a one or two new coaches who can help us take on the influx of athletes in the summer time. Pretty sweet.
Out West at the Courage performance Home-base, things are looking up as well. We've made huge steps in redesigning what was once CrossFit San Mateo to look and feel like Courage Performance was always meant to. It's not completely finished, but the changes already made have made a world of difference. Clients are rolling in, and I am confident that the Spring and Summer months will see that naturally steady flow of new athletes looking to get better through the best coaching!
This past weekend saw a new step in our West Coast presence as well. My old cleint and now good friend Josh Wilkie paid a visit and we agreed on terms to bring him on as Director of Courage Performance Baseball. Yep, we will be starting up an detailed baseball instruction side to the business and I could not ask for a better dude to get the ball rolling. He played the last 4 years with the Washington Nationals triple A club (meaning he's really freaking good at baseball for those of you who don't know what that means) and he also has played multiple years in Venezuela (yep, fluent in Spanish and married to a wonderful Venezuelan woman named Exy). We'll be setting up a cage, some mounds, and a few other nets and creating a top of the line program for any baseball player who wants to make it to the next level. Sales pitch line: Courage Performance is your one stop shop for the best baseball instruction and strength and conditioning. Bam!
All good stuff. So, if you or anyone you know lives in either the DC area or the Bay area, contact us and we'll get you on the right track.
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