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Repetition Bball is focused on helping the athlete work on their skill sets. Whether it be dribbling, shooting, passing, jumping, defense and more; skills are improved on a repetitive and "go-as-you-progress" method ranging from basic fundamentals to college level.

In short, we push forward when you move forward.

Aside from the actual training sessions and workout, it is very rewarding to see young athletes realize their potential as they continue to improve not only in basketball, but personal discipline and over quality of life as they grow physically, mentally and fundamentally.

- Active player and self-training in basketball since the early 1990s.

- Organizer/Mentor/Trainer for nearly 8 years of STWC Open Gym Basketball -

- Asst. Coach to 7th-8th grade boys basketball @ NJB Tustin

- Current youth coach/trainer @ OC Magic in Laguna Hills - of

- US Basketball Youth Coach licensed

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Orange, CA 92869
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Initial start us assessment, to discover athlete's level of skill.  Next will be a formulated plan of training to suit the athlete's needs.  Following, a series of hard work and repetitions to enhance and advance the athlete's skills to the next level.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Standard rate is $30/hour for one hour.  Rate may vary depending on various factors (distance traveled, time allotted, special circumstances, etc.,)

How did you get started teaching?

Back in the mid 1990s, an opportunity to organize and manage teams was given.  After a few sessions, the teaching bug bit and the rest is history!

What types of students have you worked with?

Athletes from as young as 1st grade all the way up to college.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

OC Magic recently was given the opportunity to showcase young players in basketball at halftime of the  Clippers-Blazers game in early October.

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

Be honest, positive and show energy to a teacher!  Nothing takes the "wind out of the sails" more than an unenthusiastic student.  Teachers all want to work with someone who wants to be there working hard.

Staying positive is also a key to success.  If your a negative person, don't expect to advance any if at all.

Finally, be truthful, not only to the teacher but to yourself.  If you lie about what you can or can't do, not only will you waste everyone's time but you cheat yourself from becoming what you truly can be.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Why am I seeking training?  

What's my motivation? Improving as player? Popularity? Cool factor?

What areas do I need help on?

What strengths can I further advance in?

Am I willing to put in the time and work to make this all happen?

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