NeverLettUp Basketball Training

NeverLettUp Basketball Training

5.0 (3)
1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

The way my service will stand out is that I don’t only just work on the skill development of my students, I also build their confidence and basketball IQ all around. Also I teach the importance of getting the best education possible and give my students advice on how to make the right decisions on and off the court. My  Ultimate  Goal is start my own Prep school/sports  Academy that would  encourage students to follow their dreams and also prepare them for the college life! 

My joy for what I do is very  extraordinary. I love the game of basketball and always want to be around it. I’m very passionate about helping students develop their skills and confidence! When I see my students improvement I get really excited!  At the end of the day that’s what feed into my passion and motivates me to keep doing what I do! 

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Credentials

Chicago, IL 60615
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Justin Robinson (RMU)

    kJ Lett is a great teammate and a strong leader. On the court KJ was a great facilitator. He has great vision and is able to create shots for everyone on the court. kJ also has a High IQ and can create his shot well. Playing with all these tools KJ is easily one of the most efficient players I’ve played with. kJ is work ethic is like no other. When he sets a goal he accomplishes it. kJ is a very positive and motivating spirit, his high energy and wisdom for the game makes him a great person to work with.

  • Kenneth Perez

    In the year of 2017 I met my teammate, roommate, and friend Kurinus Lett. We had been recruited to play for the same university and were in contact early on before we would come back in the fall for early conditioning, we would always check in on each other every other day on routines and the type of work we needed to be ready for collegiate basketball and ready for college level classes. This showed me ahead of time the type of energy that KJ embodied and I wanted to stick around someone with the type of determination to become the athlete he dreamed of becoming. During our time in Robert Morris University (Peoria), KJ and I would lift and work on specific skill sets before practices, that way we were improving ourselves as athletes and still emphasizing team play in our team practices. In those times that we worked out KJ always pushed others to higher standards when in the gym, and would never feel uncomfortable taking any criticism or giving any constructive criticism, still to this day I could still see the drive and KJ and I trust wherever he is he will continue to show his dedication and ambitions.

  • Dejaun Stiffend

    My trainer KJ is really good at his skills training. Every drill we did could be used in a game like situation .. he helped me develop more rhythm and a tighter handle.



FAQs


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

My typical process when working with new students is to first take then through ball-handling and shooting drills to first see where their skill level is at then build off their results and work on their weaknesses. 


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

My education and training experiences that I have is that I played college basketball at Robert Morris University. Also I have 5 years of training experiences working with different players of all ages and skill levels. I’ve trained kids as young as 6 years old all the way through college players. I’ve coached and train players for AAU programs and also coached/trained kids working for the Puma TBT mini camp and also the Derrick Rose 2018 summer camp here In Chicago! 


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

Pricing- $35 per hour 

package deal- $300-$400 per month 2-4 training sessions per week 

(Travel fee depending if I would have to come to the student or not) 


How did you get started teaching?

My trainer asked me to help him run his mini camp, after I helped him I Instantly found my passion to help kids improve their skills and confidence in the game of basketball. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I worked with kids as young as 6 years old-college players 


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

the advice I would give a student looking to hire a teacher in my area I’d tell them to make sure that their trainer is positive and has a very strong passion for the game


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