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At MX COACH “Head First in Motocross” is more than a slogan; it is where we begin every aspect of our coaching and training.

Mental Training & Development may seem like a mysterious principal; but it is simply your point of view and perception of the world, yourself and what you believe is possible. This is always the first step at MX COACH. Whether we are beginning a training session, a race or designing your program it will always start with a question. This inquiry gives us a glimpse into your thoughts, emotions and beliefs that we say will make the difference in whatever it is that you are about to do.

MX COACH is true coaching specifically designed for the motocross and Supercross athlete. We have integrated the four key disciplines under one roof. Listed in priority: Mental Training & Development, Riding Technique, Physical Training, and Nutrition.

What is unique about MX COACH is that we bring these four disciplines together into one comprehensive program. What makes this program so powerful is the Mental Training and Development that permeates the entire program.

MX COACH is coaching. What is coaching? Coaching is distinct from training even though training is one action a coach will do. A coach operates in a bigger context than a trainer or an instructor. A coach keeps the picture big and wide and has straightforward conversations that create excitement and possibility when appropriate. And has conversations of accountability and responsibility when appropriate. A coach guides and directs a client to overcome what is stopping him or her. And that could be in any area of a client’s life not just in motocross and athletics. A coach also sees the strengths and talents of a client and develops those forward.

Overall a coach never wavers and can see what the client does not see and these insights can produce extraordinary results and breakthroughs in which the client may not have realized on their own. This is the power and the privilege of a coach!Today physical trainers are now accepted and popular in pro and amateur motocross. However, coaches are the next evolution for our sport; and MX COACH is excited to forge that future.

Twenty-Eight years of study, research and development have gone into the program designs and methods of MX COACH. We are proud of our alliances with Gary Bailey Motocross Schools and Elite Athletics World! With these associates we are able to offer true world-class training specifically for motocross covering the four vital areas to train and develop a motocross athlete: Mental Training & Development, Riding technique, Physical Training and Nutrition.

The fact is a championship-training program will not make you a champion. The easy part is spending money on an exciting new program. The hard part is bringing the champion (you) to the championship program. There is no program that will make you a champion; there is no illusionary formula. There is you being committed to being a champion and bringing champion thinking and action to your program. There is you being unreasonable and unstoppable in the face of any result or circumstance and continuing to bring “champion” to your program.

MX COACH will surround you with people who are masters that possess and generate the qualities of a champion that will inspire you to go beyond who you believe yourself to be.

Joseph DeGano
Founder, MX COACH
Boise, Idaho USA
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Promising or Pitiful?

When I was 16-years old, back in 1983, I attended the Gary Bailey motocross school in Axton, Virginia for four-days. I was really excited and thought this will be fun. What I did not know was the difference that Gary Bailey would make on my life! 

Gary told us something that I would never get over "No matter how promising or pitiful you are on a motorcycle today, that has nothing to do with what you can accomplish on a motorcycle in the future." 

I really got what he said, you see I was one of the pitiful riders and I saw that my past and even my present did not have to limit my future and limit my dreams. Granted it did now seem likely that I could be the 1987 AMA 125 National Champion (Mickey Dymond earned that), but I had the courage to declare it and act upon it. 
This profound insight from Gary Bailey is what I share with you, what I learned as a courageous yet pitiful motocrosser declaring a future in the face of unreasonable odds. 

The results were unpredictable and unimaginable with extraordinary accomplishments on and off a motorcycle ever since!

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