Omega Ballers

Omega Ballers

1 employee
1 years in business

About this pro

With my creativity in development of skill, i can help reach the player's potential to where they see themselves going. With my 4 years of coaching experience and 2 years of training, I've developed my own style to keep players active, focus, and consistent. It's my passion, my determination, and willpower that gives an edge to make dreams reachable

Hearing a player go from "I can't" to "I can". That's a major difference in anyone's life. That's progression growing in your life. To see someone progress in their life and turn their weakness into a strength, it's an amazing journey. It's an honor to be apart of that young person or adult life and create a journey to ride through

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Moreno Valley, CA 92551
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Working with the basics and fundamentals. Mastering it into a more advanced work out to maximize their skill set. A fun, hard- working experience to make them fall in love with the game and the work ethic

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Junior Baller at the YMCA (2004-2006)

High School Player (Fresh-2011, JV-2012)

Rec Trainer (2016-2017)

Jurupa Valley JV coach (2017-2019)

Temecula Valley Freshman coach (2019- current)

What types of students have you worked with?

I've worked with ages 6-17. All genders

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

In that selfie picture with my team, we was short 3-4 players. Leaving us with a 6-7 player roster and every team was stacked with height and depth. I told them we are coming with one goal in mind and that was championship. They bought in with intensity, speed of attack and tremendous defense. Went 3-0, sweeping all teams at an average of 25 points differential. We faced the biggest and toughest team in that league. We did lose, but we have them a fight. They had to work and my ladies was drained. Giving that school the most points scored on them and least amount of points lost by. I couldn't be more proud of them for fighting for each other, each and every day. Even though we lost the championship, it proved to them that they will be hard to beat

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

If they won't go the extra mile to sacrifice for your future, they aren't passionate enough. Of course, you gotta give them your all, but they have to give you their all. It's a partnership for the future betterment of yourself and the teacher. It's either for them or the both of you

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