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Matt is Back in Action!

First off, I hope everyone had a fun and festive 4th of July!

I just want to let everyone know that I am once again available for online lesson scheduling!

In addition, as a way of thanking you, my valued clients, for your patience while I was unavailable during my surgical recovery, as well as when I will be away coaching at Camp Woodward later this summer, I will be reducing my rates for a limited time!

The reduced rate will be:

$25 – Half-Hour Private Lesson :: Reduced from $30!
$45 – Full Hour Private Lesson :: Reduced from $55!

These reduced rates are for a limited time, and will expire when I leave for Camp on July 25th. So book your lesson NOW before it’s too late!

Enjoy the rest of your holiday weekend! I will see you in the gym soon!

Coach Matt Faherty
Founder of Full-Out Cheer & Fitness

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My Thought Tonight

Tumbling is about the journey, not the destination.
Teaching it is a service, not a product.
A skill can not be bought like a commodity. — It can only be learned by practice and mastery of various fundamental sub-skills.
To lack the desire to learn, or to be taught is the only limiting factor.
And it is one that the athletes themselves control.

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Join Coach Matt at Camp Woodward this summer! Click the picture above for more info on Woodward’s world class cheer camp!

Make it a great week!

-Matt Faherty

Why practice DOESN’T ALWAYS make perfect!

Throughout my life I have heard the expression “practice makes perfect” repeated by coaches, teachers, and parents alike. Although the advice was given with good intentions, their message could be interoperated as “repeat something enough times and you will become better at it.” That message is at best inaccurate, and at worst is Albert Einstein’s very definition of INSANITY! For this reason I prefer the phrase Perfect practice makes perfect.” 

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