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Caleb Ewan's Sprint Position - Revealed through Kinesiology


I credit my training sessions with Vince for helping me improve my shoulder strength, function, and pain  after a serious shoulder injury. After a thorough assessment, Vince designed a training program that built on my strengths while keeping my limitations in mind. He was there for me 100%.

Why I think Vince was especially helpful:
  1. Extensive knowledge of muscles and how they should work together. 
  2. Clear communication,encouragement and feedback.
  3. Wanted to maximize my potential while teaching safe strengthening and muscle/body control. 
I think successful training is both an art and a science and Vince is skilled and talented and I met my fitness goals with his direction.

Laura Groth 2018
Vincent is the best! After seeing multiple physical therapists and two MDs, I've found that Vincent provides better care even via remote appointments. He is thoughtful enough to do research before an appointment and customizes his approach to the client. For less money than I would pay for a physical therapy appointment (which would be half the time!) I felt that I got better advice and support. The exercises he suggested fit easily into my daily life and I can already tell there is significant improvement. I would highly recommend him to anyone!

Dr. Francis Balucan 2016

I am currently training with Vincent.

He's very good at what he does. When I started i did not have any control over my body, and had difficulty when I go to the gym. I now enjoy my time in the gym, and have been going consistently. He is very patient, and adjusts to your needs in training. He pushes you the right amount- not to overwhelm you, but to make sure you are pushing yourself to constantly improve yourself. His method is scientific yet not rigid, and allows a bit of flexibility. I am very happy with the experience, and have gained strength, control and flexibility with help from Vincent.

Dr. Maaz Badshah 2016

I trained with Vincent off and on over past three years. He is amazing at what he does. Although my stint with him was interrupted by a fractured arm (unrelated to training), I have always felt great working with him in achieving my fitness goals. He is patient, attentive, personalized and has an easy going approach to training. He will keep you very motivated. Two thumbs up. I am moving away from Indianapolis otherwise I would have continued training with him. P.S. Cycling enthusiasts, Vincent is a pro in the cycling circuit and has won many events.


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