I am very positive in my teachings. I pride myself on positive reinforcement during instruction. I have played basketball competitively since I was five all the way until I graduated high school. I still currently play in recreational leagues and in a few competitive 3 on 3 tournaments. I have coached recreational, travel, and high school basketball. I have also refereed youth and adult basketball for 5 years. I believe that my service will stand out because the person that I am instructing will have a good time and experience with me.
I really enjoy teaching basketball. I love to see the person I am teaching use their newly acquired skill during game situations. I get great satisfaction when a person masters a skill that helps them on the court.
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My typical process is to find out what the player is trying to accomplish. I will then design lessons that I feel will maximize the players goals.
I am currently pursuing my degree in Child Development. I feel my education will help me set a great foundation for interacting with youth or high school players.
I started teaching and coaching basketball in high school. I use to work at a recreation center. I coached youth basketball and I love it. I was also fortunate to have coached a few freshman high school basketball teams.
I have worked with youth, middle school, and high school students.
This past summer I was asked to work out with a friend's son. He is now a senior in high school. I was invited by his father to come out to one of his games. He was really proud of the skills I had instilled in his son and it showed on the court during his game. During the game his father showed me a picture of the scholarship letter that his son had received. I felt like a proud father myself when I saw the letter.
Choose a teacher that is going to give you the best experience. Even if you make it to the NBA, one day, it will end. Choose a teacher that, in the end, will ultimately make you a better person. Not just with basketball.
I feel that players should ask themselves what are their realistic goals and what are they striving to accomplish. I believe that a player has to ask themselves if they truely even want to put the time and energy into this training. Always be true to yourself.