At the sports armory
from the blog
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what They’re Saying
I trained with Coach Pace for about 12 years. He is the most knowledgeable, reliable, and caring coach I’ve ever had the pleasure to train with. He truly cares what he does and he’s always looking to better himself and his training techniques. He is 100% one of the reasons I’m the athlete I am today. I play soccer at the collegiate level at Oklahoma State University and I’m always sad to leave when Fall comes around. Thank you for everything Pace!!!!!
– Marlo Zoller, Soccer Player
TSC Hurricane ECNL, Jenks High School, Oklahoma State University
Coach Pace was a fundamental life line for me and my goals for example D1 athlete, great high school sports career, changing my body from obese to athletic. I am also a firm believer that he and his Sports Armor training methods have kept me healthy and safe for my entire high school sports career. However even more so than that, I learned too many priceless life lessons from him to count. Jeff Pace is a man who has given up on average and is always striving for excellence. Since second grade to my freshman year in college, I don’t think he has ever believed he knows everything there is to training making him one of the wisest people I know. The man is a perpetual student of his craft, always trying to innovate ways of better accomplishing his and even more importantly his athletes goals.
– Matt Smith, Wrestler/Football Player
Bishop Kelly High School, University of North Carolina
My daughter was referred to Coach Pace by her physical therapist as part of a transitioning program back to performance after a sports related injury. Because of the nature of her injury it’s been a slow process, but it’s been a blessing to work with him because he brings a lot of knowledge about body mechanics and musculature to the table plus a lot of experience working with student athletes. I appreciate that his attitude towards training is to enhance athletic performance but with an emphasis on keeping athletes healthy for the long term.
– Kathy Basden, Mother of Juliet Basden
Union High School Swimmer