We are retired professional players. We played college basketball in the US and we played professionally overseas for over a decade. ( China, Japan, France, Ukraine, Brazil, Argentina, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and Mexico.
We have Bi-lingual trainers. We speak fluently French, Spanish, Portuguese along with English. We have over 25years of professional experience that we love sharing with the next generation. It’s our way of giving back because the game has given us so much. We specialize in skills development, and help enhance your Basketball IQ. We have ball handling classes, shooting classes, post moves, speed and agility, strength and conditioning...
we’ve done work internationally with NBA junior, NBA fit, and we’ve ran camps internationally and Basketball academies.
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First we speak to the parent and the student about what they are trying to work on, what they do well and what they need to improve on... then we put the student through a series of drills to test his fundamentals then go from there. We also like to play pick up games in order to further evaluate a player .
I was a sociology major , so I studied human behavior in order to be able to deal with different personalities because my plan always been to work with the the youth wether in sports or other areas of life. I’ve coached professional players , I’ve done international camps teaching the game and I’ve played at a high level myself...
clients have the choice to book a minimum of 5classes, or they can pay a monthly fee and train 2,3 or 4days per week. It depends on if the client prefers individual 1 on 1 training or group training, also depends on if the player would like to Be a member of our club team and participate in our AAU program.
As a professional player overseas, I used to run Basketball camps and clinics to give back to the communities that supported us. I had such a passion for it that I decided that I wanted to be a Coach after my playing career was over.
I’ve worked with overseas professional players, NBA players, college players, high school players, beginners....
itook my 10u team and my 15U team to Vegas and California for AAU tournaments . It was nice to see my players form a stronger bond while traveling and experience early how to stick together when adversity hits while you outside your comfort zone and all you can count on is your teammates.
Do your research on a coach before hiring them. Make sure you ask questions about how they plan on helping you be the best version of yourself.
I believe the student should have the freedom to ask as many questions as they please without hesitation, because it shows their willingness to learn, at the same time it means they are comfortable with you as a coach. So yea we encourage everyone to ask questions.