Football | Basketball
I started EVO with no weights when I was 12. My Dad sent me to a "traditional performance" program and quickly pulled me out after seeing how they were training me. Soon after, I was assessed by the founder of EVO who uncovered many problems I didn't know I even had. At first, I didn't think it was working but after 3 months my Dad started to notice me moving in ways I never had before EVO. My Dad and my coaches saw my improved movements and reaction times before I even realized it. When I look back at the way I moved last year compared to this year the changes are very noticeable. EVOCODE kept me injury-free over a third-seven game tackle season and a fairly active basketball season. EVOCODE really did change me as a player with my stats and game performance exceeding my expectations.
A good friend of mine convinced me to try EVOCODE which I did with great reluctance. Having been in the "training/fitness" business for many years I was indoctrinated to one way of getting results and training for sport. Although very different, this was the most efficient, challenging, and powerful system I have ever tried. As a 50-year-old this system made me 25% stronger, eliminated all my aches and pains, put 5 lbs of muscle on me, and greatly improved my recovery and energy levels. It was only after trying the system I was confident it could help my son. Within 3 months he started moving differently, more efficiently, smoothly, and with better clarity. Within 8 months he was a different player. His stats were amazing but what sticks out to me is the very low number of interceptions thrown which is a testament to his ability to read and react far more quickly than before he started EVO. This system does far more than make you run fast, lift more, or jump higher. It also changes the game between your ears which few people think about.
I have been Sebastian's coach since he was 9. I have seen him change from year to year but nothing compared to the changes I saw once he was using EVO consistently. What stuck out most to me is the way he moved, avoided getting sacked thus the ability to extend plays. His ability to react to situations and read the field leapt up four levels above his age.
Sebastian started last seasons as a fringe five player and ended up as one of my top two players on the team. He moved more efficiently, reacted more quickly, and was able to move to take advantage of what he was seeing. He became a different ballplayer.