Frequently Asked Questions 

Below you will find some questions about us and our services. If you still have a question that isn't answered below, please feel free to go to the 'Contact Us' tab. Our contact information is listed there, or you can fill out the contact form. Wwe will be happy to answer any and all questions.


Where are you located?

We are based out of Gardner, MA.


Where do you run your sessions?

We have a few local gyms we use or a couple local parks (depending on the weather).


What if I don't live in Gardner?

That's okay! You can meet us in Gardner for your session, or we can travel to you. We will come to you if you have a place to work out within a 20 mile radius of Gardner. If you live outside of the 20 mile radius, we charge an extra fee for travel time.


Can anyone just show up and work out with you?

No. Locations will vary from client to client, time of year, etc. We also do not want to have any distractions while we are working out someone.


Do you think your prices are too high?

No. We did a lot of research and compared our sessions to what is offered locally and nationally. Our pricing is very competitve and you will get more for your money with us.


Do you work out kids with special needs?

Yes. We do not discriminate.


What do I need to bring to my session?

Wear comfortable clothes like shorts and a t-shirt. Wear sneakers - preferably basketball sneakers that support your ankles. Bring lots of water too.


How soon can I start?

Contact us or fill out the contact form and we will get back to you and schedule a session with you as soon as possible.


After I have completed all my sessions and I have made the team, can we keep in touch?

Absolutely! We always like to see how our kids have improved and the stars they become!


What kind of coaches are you?

We are passionate about getting the best from you. Even when you think you can't do it, we will show you, you can!


Do you think it's beneficial for my son who is in 1st grade to workout with you?

Absolutely! The sooner a kid works on his craft, the better he will be. He will stand out among the rest of his peers who are still just learning.