Full Speed Ahead is a Sports Performance Company founded by Naval Academy graduate and former collegiate and professional athlete Shun White. The company specializes in the preparing and training athletes across all sports giving them the edge needed to maximize potential and perform at a high level. Leadership and Integrity is at the core of what we believe in at Full Speed Ahead and every athlete we train will be the embodiment of those principles. Being a leader on the field is a given but how an athlete conducts themselves off the field displays and builds character. All Full Speed Ahead athletes will embrace what we call the 3 D’s: Discipline, Dedication, and Determination! We will push all athletes to their limits enforcing a culture of humility and a belief that with hard work anything is possible.
632 N Witchduck Rd. Va Beach, VA 23462
Full Speed Ahead Speed and Agility
Jhane’s is a full service restaurant, bakery, and entertainment lounge.
731 Granby Stret Norfolk, Virginia
Storefront American joint dishing out sandwiches, salads & full dinners, with vegetarian options.
748 Shirley Ave, Norfolk, VA 23517
The Ten Top
We had lunch here a few times while on the island visiting family and friends. The servers here are just wonderful and have great memories it seems. We sat on the ocean front patio and enjoyed the view with our delicious wine and lunch. Must try!
Overall, my experience was positive. I was up and running within minutes of installing it, and the thing is much faster than the old one I had to return as defective.
When I set up the appointment, I had a feeling the rep on the phone was busy, and didn’t hear me when I answered his questions, but I wasn’t about to pay for the mistake. I’ll keep it in mind next time I call their 1-800 number, but I’m really glad the people on the ground are flexible enough to make adjustments on the fly. That alone earned some respect.
The housecleaning crew arrived on time, which was impressive considering I’d only made the appointment the same morning. The cleaner in charge came in first while the others got their equipment out of the truck, and went over the paperwork with me. She took a look around, and presented an estimate that was a bit higher than I was expecting.
On February 11th, I stopped by Bob’s Deli on the corner of 12th and M streets for a sandwich. It was around 1:30pm, and I had hoped I’d missed the lunch crowd. I wasn’t expecting a line, but I definitely got one. The line at the lunch counter was about five people deep when I walked up and another five people were waiting to pay at the register, and there was only one person working in each spot. I had heard the place could get busy, but this was ridiculous.