Accelerate Hoops

Accelerate Hoops



Teaching youth the fundamentals of basketball and as they learn the basics we move on to more advance moves and skills. We break it all down so there’s no missed steps to ensure a full understanding of everything we teach.

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3 employees
8 years in business
Serves Palo Alto , CA

Payment methods

Cash, Venmo, Zelle

Social media


Number of people

Individual training, Couples training

Event to prep for

No specific event, Athletic event or competition

Current exercise

Customer exercises 0 times per week, Customer exercises 1 – 2 times a week, Customer exercises 3 – 4 times a week, Customer exercises 5-7 times a week

Gender preference

Clients who have no gender preference, Clients who want male trainer only

Medical concerns or injuries

Asthma, Pregnancy


Younger than 18, 18 – 22 years old, 23 – 30 years old, 31 – 40 years old, 41 – 50 years old

How often

Customers who want to meet once a week, Customers who want to meet 2 – 3 times a week

Fitness goals

Lose weight, Get toned, Build muscle, Gain flexibility, Boost stamina and endurance

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Frequently asked questions

Parents normally email or calll and setup appointment for a time that works for them and the coach. Or show up to a drop in class after emailing for a location near them.

Coach Martin played high school, junior college, and ABA/IBL. Tore his ACL and Achilles well playing and decided to teach the game. Coach Martin has been off and on training kids since 14 years old under different organizations and programs learning different ways to teach and play the game.

we work with all students from 4 1/2-23, some really interested in the game and others just beginning and having no idea what they are in for. We also work with players who have a hard time communicating or easily frustrated.

my very 1st students has received the highest recognition from Stanford basketball camp and he is still interested in becoming better!

what area is the player looking to improve and how hard is player willing to work to improve.

Services offered