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Champion Training

Champion Training

10 employees
7 years in business

About this pro

Champion Training is an Elite basketball training service created to build and develop players from the basic fundamentals of the game to the most advanced concepts. We have worked with countless Professional Basketball players from around the world ranging from overseas (FIBA) players to NBA Vets. Our goal is to take not only your physical game but mental game to the next level and we are proud to say we can do that for any age and any level. Whether it be for increased recreational performance or professional performance Champion Training is here to service your basketball skill needs! ๐Ÿ€

There is nothing better than helping someone achieve their goals and having fun while doing it! For someone to say they want to develop a better jumper or they want to increase their ball handling and see their progression from day 1 to fully functional is by far the best feeling! Giving our knowledge of the game to others is what we love to do!

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Boca Raton, FL 33428
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The typical process at any level is an assessment workout to see how our system fits the client. We can then analyze and produce a workout plan based on our client’s goals.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Our trainers have all played/coached at a high level of basketball whether it be high caliber high school programs, aau programs, NAIA, NCAA, and even professional teams. 

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

Pricing Varies 

How did you get started teaching?

Champion Training started with a neighborhood mom asking for help with her son who was diagnosed with A.D.H.D.(Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) The boy was 12 and loved basketball more than anything. I was getting ready for college and deciding what school I’d attend but I decided to take that summer to spend with him and really just teach him the game that he and I both loved so much. That summer I found my happiness outside of the game itself and in teaching it. The smile on his face whenever we’d be working on a new move and he couldn’t get it and then it finally stuck was the world to me. Being able to help someone develop into what they wanted to see in the mirror was what I wanted. Word started getting out that we were at the local court and local kids would come to watch us put in hours of work and take some notes. I agreed to help some of them personally and the rest is history!

What types of students have you worked with?

We’ve worked with students young and old. Experienced and inexperienced. We love and are open to any students no matter their level.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Recently we’ve had the pleasure of having a new student named Sam join our club. When he first came to us he was reluctant to use his left hand. Every single dribble he took was with his right hand. It worked for him a lot of the time because he was a lot more athletic than the average 14 year old. Sam’s plan involved him having some workouts where his “ungaurdable” right hand was tied behind his back. He was shell shocked. He had no idea what to do and where to go on the court to keep us from taking the ball from him. It’s been 6 weeks and his left hand is extremely strong ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ. He can attack off the dribble with both hands and even finish with both. He was hard to guard with one hand before, imagine him with two hands now!

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

Don’t just hire a coach, make sure they are a teacher, teaching the reasoning behind the movement or action. Teaching the student how to understand the game and learn the game on their own. It’s super important in the game of basketball to be self-aware. The only way to grow is to know what you need to work on. If you meet someone who says they want to help your game and they miss-diagnose your weaknesses or strengths they aren’t a high level teacher.

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

1. How bad do I want this and what level do I see myself reaching?

A lot of people will say to themself and their friends that they want to go to the NBA/WNBA or play professionally. A lot of them will fail to see the sacrifice and commitment it takes to get there. While others will realize that playing professional isn’t the goal but rather to get a better feel for the game. In either case sacrifice and commitment are extremely needed.

2. Has this teacher played/coached on the level that I want to get to? 

Not meaning to jump from elementary school and try to find an NBA player to mentor you! ๐Ÿ˜‚ Rather to realize where you are and if this trainer can take you to the next level. If you are at a high college level already then NBA scouts will be inviting you to their workouts ๐Ÿ”ฅ

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