I have been coaching sports for over 20 years. I have coached high school and lower school basketball, track, and volleyball. I have trained players ages 6-38, boys and girls. I have coached basketball on the college level and AAU. I have coached at many basketball camps and attended many coaches clinics. I am IYCA certified for youth training and CPR, AED, and basic first aid certified.
Helping kids with their physical and mental development.
Professional. Clear. Great coach.
"Coach Bobby is great. He suggested a few adjustments that have a big impact on my game. He also shared some really practical drills and techniques that I can practice on my own to improve my game. The facility is very nice as well. Definitely recommend."
COACH BOBBY IS THE MAN!!!! The first session of training my son was AWESOME! He gave him pointers on ball handling, shooting and how to play defense the right way. The very next day at his practice you could see a Huge Difference in my son. From his ball handling to his CONFIDENCE and all of this after one training session? Like Mcgarrett on Hawaii Five-O would say: "BOOK EM DANO"! LET'S GO!!!!"
Coach Bobby was great! We went hard for the first minute to the last. I have played and coached a lot myself, but we did some new drills, which was fun and challenging. Looking forward to more sessions.
First I start working on ball handling. The different moves such as crossover, between the legs, behind the back, spin and in and out dribble. All while keeping their heads up. Then layups, form shooting and passing. Depending on the indivdual, I'll do some rebounding, and defensive drills.
I played college basketball, and have coached basketball for over 30 years. I'm IYCA certified to develop youth speed & agility.
$60 per hour or three session deal for $150.
While in college, was an assistant freshman team coach.
Beginners to Pro players.
Sidwell Friends winning the DCSAA basketball championship.
Look for someone you will be able to work with and is a great communicator. A coach that can instruct you on things you need to improve. A coach who loves teaching basketball, and is patient with their clients.
The questions they should think through are what do I need to improve to become a better player? How much do I want to improve? Will I put in the work and be teachable? Will I listen to my trainer, be patient and have faith in the process?