To see results, you must commit to training. It is recommended that students attend training at least twice per week. Using the martial arts system of progression, students are evaluated prior to the beginning of training to place them on one of the five stages listed above. Each stage consists of 10 levels of progression in the skill work designed to build the basis for the next phase and is the building block for the next level. While some of the skills repeat in each stage, the pace, combination of skills, and use in gameplay progresses through the stages. There is an evaluation for each player approximately every 4 weeks, depending on how frequently they train, so they know where they are within the phase and what is required to move to the next phase.
After each session, students are given a homework assignment. Based on what is done during that session, homework is selected from those drills. Homework is both coach assigned and student selected. Assignments will focus on the drills just introduced and be a progression to the next training session. Students are also asked to pick two drills that they enjoyed and focus on those to master. This philosophy allows students to develop their own style of play and master those moves in preparation for execution during gameplay.