Brian Delvalle Coach

Brian Delvalle Coach

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About this pro

My service stands out for being professional, I was not a professional player in any sport but I am a graduate in physical culture and sports from the University of Guadalajara in Mexico. I've been a coach and teacher for 5 years. I can proudly say that I have transcended the lives of some of my students and athletes. taking them to be champions or what is more important ... having a healthy lifestyle through physical activity and sport.

I must add in a very important way that I do not speak English yet, my classes are in Spanish, I understand the basics of English and some names of tennis and table tennis are English but only that

For me, having the possibility of teaching something new to someone else fills me with great satisfaction. most likely I will not be for my athletes or students all the time, but what I can teach them will remain forever. speaking competitively, I like to be the best, you don't always win but that is the goal in any competition

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Chicago, IL 60623
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

With new students it is always good to do a diagnostic test of their basic and co-dynamic physical abilities, this helps to plan a series of specific training sessions that meet the student's own needs.


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

I studied at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico Bachelor's degree in physical culture and sports, specializing in physical education. also be a judge for the Latin American table tennis union (ULTM) my strength is racket sports (tennis, table tennis) and as a good Mexican I have practiced soccer throughout my life


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

the price per class is agreed with the student, if the tennis court has a rental cost, it will be covered by the student


How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching various sports, in my professional practices of the university. tennis was in private clubs, table tennis at CODE Jalisco, the largest public sports institution in the state and with the best results nationwide in Mexico. Last but not least, I taught soccer at an academy founded by one of my university professors.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have had the opportunity to work with students of all ages;However, the groups that I am more experiencied  with are teenagers and adults. It is worth mentioning that all my experience as a coach has been in the country of Mexico, I have 2 months in Chicago


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

In March of this year, I took 6 of my students to their first competition against other schools. Because it was their first tournament, we did not manage to be among the first places, but it was a great experience for them because it was the first time, in addition to the fact that not only did they learn, but also the parents of my students, they could feel the emotion of seeing their sons compete. I had big plans with them until last June, however the coronavirus slowed us down.


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

My main advice for a student who wants to learn is not to get carried away by someone who knows how to play a lot of sports, since one thing is to play and another very different thing is to teach it. It is true that the coach who amply dominates the sport he teaches will have more alternatives and teaching methods, but professional training is necessary to guide all students on the right path.


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

Every student must be sure of what they want to learn, they should never save any questions for their teacher since he is there to teach them. Personally, I encourage all my clients to ask any questions that they might have. Do not be afraid or embarrassed to ask me anything; there is no such thing as a "dumb" question. I am ecstatic to share my khowledge with you.


Lessons offered

Tennis Lessons Ping Pong Lessons Soccer Trainers Table Tennis Lessons