Impact Elite BBall Training

Impact Elite BBall Training

4.8 (6)
13 hires on
5 years in business

About this pro

My Service Stands Out because I’m able to I develop players on all levels and I love  seeing Kids Smile as well as Parents, knowing that I’ve help them offensively and defensively. I am also well connected with college coaches on all levels to help get kids who have talent, get scholarship to play at the next level

I enjoy seeing smiles on players and parents faces when I know they are satisfied with the work I do with their kids. I also just love being around learning from them as well giving back the knowledge of game that I have about basketball at a young age.

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Marietta, GA 30062
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6 Reviews


  • Saima Rauf

    I liked his coaching skills, he was gentle with my 2 boys (not pushy) and at the same time kept them motivated to learn.

  • Latasha B

    Jae is an excellent trainer. He's very positive, patient, encouraging, and flexible. Since my son has been training with him, his confidence has increased, movement on the court is noticeably better, and we have seen a constant improvement in his shot selection and shooting percentage. I highly recommend Jae for your training needs!

  • Erika Harris

    The rating should be five stars, but The website will not let me correct to five. Unfortunately, we were not able to continue with Jae beyond one lesson because of an injury of my daughters. That one lesson was excellent though. He took the time to understand what her goals were and switch things up a lot during the hour lesson. He was also incredibly flexible schedule wise. Appreciated his responsiveness as well.

  • Karen Derr

    Impact Elite BBall Training is amazing. The drive of the trainer, the understanding of the game, the attentiveness are all 100%. His passion is over the roof, you can tell he loves training. He takes time to understand what is needed and wants to build on that . He is flexible with his time as well, which is needed for us busy parents. So, happy we are working with him.

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

My Typical Process is to do an assessment to see where each player skill level is at. Then at the end I would talk about how we can get those skills level strength with various of drills,concepts, and methods on how to develop them into a good basketball player.

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

I went to School for Atheltic Training And I have Started and been mentored by another Big Time Training company here called The Skills Factory Out of Buckhead.

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

Yes our Standard Pricing at SweatLine Fitness Training Facility is $40 each session which has other services like, Speed & Agility,Shooting Gun Machine, VertiMax,Recovery Room, Film Study Room, And Also A licensees Registered Dietician.

How did you get started teaching?

I Got Started When I Realized That I didn’t want anyone to not have the opportunity like I didn’t to not get some training and understand the business side of basketball off the court. So I wanted to be that person to help fill that uncertainty or clear thought of how to get their child into school to play basketball for free.

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with all level of students, to young,to mid age, and all the way up to Professionals.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I’ve Been asked to do camps, come to speak at College Expos to help kids understand about the recruiting processes and also what it takes to get recruited, be in shape when they are invited for workouts etc..

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

The Advice I would give them is to much sure the teacher knows his stuff about how to develop them. Do research on who they are inquiring about and see if they have had any success on developing other students their age.

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

Just ask many as questions as possible, see if their business is established, likendo theybjave a reliable place that they can get in 24/7, so they have a website, ask for references as well.

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