My services stand out because first and foremost I believe the fun in fundamentals is essential. We are losing too many players because they aren't getting better and they aren't having fun. Secondly, I specialize in group sessions. group sessions allow players to engage in small sided games to help improve spatial awareness, decision making, and SSG's are the best way to transfer training to game situations. Also group training lessons the financial burden on families.
Showing players that they don’t have to grind away with cones and chairs to get better. Working just as hard as my clients while working them out.
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I always start with a needs assessment and goal setting. Once those have been established, I like to meet twice a week with homework assignments in between. If an expert doesn't answer your question with, "It depends," find another expert.
I played basketball at SDSU and I've been coaching for 20 years now. I've worked with players from middle school all the way up to the professional ranks.
Individual sessions are $75 for 1 player, $45 for 2-6 players per 75 minute session. The session options are:
-Beginners and Advanced Shooting Session: The goal is to turn every player into a 50/40/90 aka 180 shooter this is achieved by progressing from stationary shooting, to shooting on the move, to shooting off of the dribble
-Post Play Session: Every player needs to learn how to post up regardless of size. Players will learn how and where to post up, as well as low, mid, and high post moves.
-Positionless Player Session: The game is eliminating "true point guards" that aren't scoring options and big men that are one dimensional this session teaches all players how to score the basketball in multiple ways, but more importantly how to defend as well.
I started working with players from my old AAU program after I graduated high school and I've been doing it ever since. Training satisfies two needs for me. The need to teach and the need to help young people.
I've worked with players as young as 8 years old all the way up to professional players.
I'm anticipating 3v3 basketball at the next summer olympics and I host a 3v3 developmental league now in San Ramon.
Does the instructor deal in absolutes and hyperbole? Do they have the best shooting system, game like drills, pro style drills, etc? If so I'd be weary. Are they making promises that they can't possibly keep like saying they're going to turn you into the next Lebron even though you're 5'10? I advise players to seek instructors that have an answer for everything they do other than that's how my coach did it or that's how Coach K does it I promise that I will tell you the why's behind the what's for everything we cover in a session
Am I asking about something that will make me a better player?
Am I prepared for the answer, good or bad?