Ballin Blazers Basketball

Ballin Blazers Basketball

4.7 (3)
5 hires on
7 employees

About this pro

We will provide intense training to prepare the players with the proper technique utilizing the Vertimax, Dr. Dish Shooting machine and other training. Running the fast break, Tying up a defenders feet with a deadly crossover, driving to the rack and throwing it down with authority!! It all depends on speed and a great vertical. VertiMax basketball training is not only the leading vertical jump training program, it's also designed to add blazing speed and quickness to your game. The Ballin Blazers Basketball Program also teaches the camper to perfect their shot through intense, repetitive drills that lock the necessary shooting technique into the camper's muscle memory with the Dr. Dish All Star and CT Basketball shooting machine. This will enable the athlete to execute proper fundamentally-sound shooting mechanics.

The growth and development of players who take their basketball and training oppurtunities to the next level after our training.

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Stone Mountain, GA 30088
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3 Reviews


  • Gabriel Tzegaegbe


  • Katiadra Jackson

  • R. Leslie

    Vertimax and Dr. Dish training is excellent!


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

We normally start with jump ropes, footwork drills, ball handling and the awareness of the new student athletes skillset.

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

I have over 10 years experience with coaching and training in the Stone Mountain, Ga area.

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


$35 each 1 hour 30 minutes session which includes 40 minutes of High intensed Vertimax and Dr. Dish Shooting Machine basketball drills.

8 Sessions for $275 2 days a week every month.

How did you get started teaching?

Started with 8 players and parents asked me to expand in 2009

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with kids whom never touched a basketball to players who are playing Collegiate basketball with their active schools now 2019 Was our first graduating class and 6 of the 8 who started with us are starting on Collegiate teams in 2020.

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

Students please keep in mind, everything is built on a solid fundemental foundation. Continue to strengthen your fundementals.

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

What do they want to get out of the teacher? What are they willing to do outside of the teaching to get better? Are you going to give 100 % on and off the court? Are you willing to accept Constructive Criticism?