You’re probably wondering why you would consider us for online coaching? What makes our services so special? We know you have thousands of online coaching options available and could pay way less than we charge. Our mission is to provide quality coaching to clients who want to get stronger, healthier and change their lives for the better.

With VSOC, you will have a coach that knows you, your goals and what you are capable of. From Day 1, we will teach you how to train rather than exercise and make a plan that WILL help you achieve your goals. Your coach at Valens will do all they can to help keep you motivated, on track and constantly striving to better yourself. We already know that you are capable of more than you can imagine and it is our goal to show you just how strong you really are.


As Strength Coaches, we aren’t going to have you doing silly exercises claiming to ‘target’ specific areas to reduce fat, running around the block to burn extra calories or taking an hour to foam roll and stretch. With our coaching programs, we focus on 4 main movements; The Squat, Deadlift, Press and Bench Press. These four movements are the foundation of our training and are movements that your training can center around for the rest of your life. They are the most useful exercises you can complete in the gym and are ones you will become extremely proficient at after training with our coaches. If you want to train with purpose and get real results week after week, let us help you.


The main difference between us and other online coaching services is that you will have a coach who truly cares to see you succeed and will strive to help get you there. We expect to see you training 2-3 x a week, and if we don’t you’ll be getting nice messages from your coach making sure you get your workouts in. We are NOT hands-off coaches who leave you off on your own to figure out training yourself. Your coach will help you every step of the way with your training, programming and nutrition; whether you’ve been with us for a week or a year.

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