James FitzGerald’s decades of competitive functional fitness experience in one course.
James FitzGerald’s latest course, Mixed Modal, is here. After decades of experience in the world of competitive functional fitness, James set out to answer these three simple, but vital, questions:
Mixed Modal clearly outlines the answers to each of these questions and brings validity to the sport. Throughout the course, coaches and athletes will develop a sense of mastery in competitive functional fitness and put themselves a step ahead the rest of the pack. Put yourself a step ahead of the pack with Mixed Modal.
James FitzGerald started as an athlete himself, and developed into a coach for elite athletes. Over the last two decades, he’s been developing Mixed Modal principles through practicing on himself and his athletes.
This course was created with both coaches and athletes in mind. FitzGerald created this course for any coach or athlete looking to win in the competitive functional fitness arena.
Fresh off the podium from the International Functional Fitness Federation Worlds competition, Amanda Goodman, one of the first athletes trained using Mixed Modal, says James’ style of training has allowed her to compete, and win, at a high level.
Mike Lee has worked alongside James for years, learning the principles of Mixed Modal as they developed. This blueprint gave Mike the ability to coach the 2017 Fittest Woman in the U.S. and now acts as the Director of Coaching for Big Dawgs — a remote coaching company with the first cohort of Mixed Modal coaches.
Mixed Modal was created through James FitzGerald’s decades of experience in competitive functional fitness. Whether you’re a coach or an athlete, this course will teach you everything you need to know about the sport of competitive functional fitness, most importantly how to win at it. Be the coach or athlete that transcends the sport as we know it today with Mixed Modal.