I am a professional basketball player with division 1 and overseas experience. I started getting into training mainly to help young women. Unfortunately I've dealt with many trainers and coaches who did not act professionally. I was asked on dates, asked for photos, meetings at bars etc. Although some of this happened once I was at a legal age and some would say it is justifiable... It made me VERY UNCOMFORTABLE! I am willing discuss this in further detail if anyone has questions but I wanted you all to understand that I take your children and these lessons very seriously. Growing up I also dealt with many coaches who limited me and my game to one postition...That WONT happen on my watch! Every athlete I work with will be trained to do it ALL, and will then have the confidence to do it all. Limitless training is here not only to make you the best basketball player but to give you the confidence to conquer ANYTHING you put your mind to. No limits !
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I start with meeting the parents and getting a general idea of their questions and/or concerns. I then will ask the student their goals or help them set goals. After this process I start with basic fundamental development based on what level I believe the student is at.
I have over 15 years of experience. I have played and traveled with two of the top AAU programs in the nation. I have received division 1 offers from schools like USC, Kentucky, Washington university and so on. I won a conference championship my freshmen year and went to the big dance. I continued my education and basketball at California State University Northridge where I received my bachelors degree and also made it to the big dance. Lastly I've played professionally in Peru and the USA 3x3 olympics.
Price is based of of location and gym availability. Pay is hourly.
I started coaching an after school basketball program that I really enjoyed.
Ages 5 and up. Also autistic students.
Won the Mtn dew NBA 3x3 and played in the USA 3x olympics
Confidence and consistency are the two biggest lessons I've learned from basketball. My confidence was taken away by coaches. But once I got it back my game elevated to an unstoppable level. Once I had the confidence to go out on the court I had to learn to be consistent. Consistency will change your life and open doors for you that you've never imagined.
Am I dedicated ?
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When it gets hard will I give up or push through?
What am I willing to give up to accomplish this training?