Why we have an “automatic drop” rule after two weeks of unexplained absence

This is a rule I implemented at the Cave years ago as an accountability measure.

Granted, sometimes people can miss a lot of training for legitimate reasons, like military deployments, family emergencies, etc. and that is all taken into account.

However, some people just don’t want to work as hard as we do and they decide “to lay out for a while” without saying a word.

They make the assumption that I will let them back and start all over from the beginning with them.

That is a huge mistake on their part, because after two weeks, I kick them out for good.

Those who are serious about their training never have to worry about this.

They are consistent in their training and I help them as much as I can. I am very proud of them all!

Published by ironcave1

I am the owner of the Cave, a strength-based, veteran-owned, unconventional coaching facility. Our training is old school style, and it gets results!

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