Coach Wolfe Basketball Lessons

Coach Wolfe Basketball Lessons

4.5 (2)
10 hires on
1 employee
43 years in business

About this pro

I am very proficient in Shooting technique---having learned from  the best shooting instructors in the USA.

Love watching student-athletes gain confidence by significantly improve their shooting accuracy.

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Canton, MI 48187
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2 Reviews


  • Denise Case

    My son was pleased with his first lesson. He is excited to keep learning more shooting techniques!

  • David G.

    Coach Chris ran a very impressive training session. The way he teaches shooting was easy to understand and easy to remember. He also gave us several drills to work on at home and was a great communicator. Will definitely be booking more sessions and look forward to working with him again. Katie (CoachUp client) Coach Chris is awesome! Very patient and knows how to teach! Loren (CoachUp client) (no details provided) Lenora (CoachUp client) Coach a Wolfe is a great coach! He was very attentive to my son and really helped him understand the fundamentals of shooting and hiw to improve. He gave him some great tips to work on. We look forward to future sessions! Al (CoachUp client) Coach Chris did a great job. After the session my son and I discussed his techniques and temperament. Afterwords, we decided to work with Chris again to improve his basketball IQ in other areas. Ardale (CoachUp client) Coach Chris was great!!! He was attentive to my granddaughters and made them feel comfortable and open to his training. Youngest is eager to go to practice tomorrow to see how what she learned today will work. Adam (CoachUp client) Coach Chris was receptive to my situation, which is a recently rehabbed knee injury. He suggested warm ups and conditioning that worked for me. We worked on some basics for free throws, crossovers, and 1 on 1 moves, which is what I requested. A few of his suggestions have already helped me improve after one session. I would recommend Chris to anyone looking to improve their game. Sherri (CoachUp client) Coach Chris is a great coach! My 12 year old immediately felt comfortable with him. Joshua (CoachUp client) Coach Chris is awesome! Within 30 minutes, I already knew he was one of the best coaches I had! He fixed my flying elbow problem, helped with agility training, and helped me keep my stamina to do more. I will recommend this coach to any other basketball trainers/students out there! Kris (CoachUp client) Coach Chris was amazing with my kids! He is patient, friendly and extremely knowledgeable. He taught them a lot in an hour. My kids worked hard with him but still had fun! Would highly recommend him! Alan (CoachUp client) Coach Wolfe is very knowledgeable and great to work with. He went above and beyond to help my son with his shooting. I look forward to our next session.


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

Student-athletes can expect a well-organized, intense workout including shooting fundamentals, drills, and short teaching seminars. Sessions are 90 minutes long. I will significantly improve the athlete's shooting accuracy.

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

Ten years as an Assistant Basketball Coach at the D-1 level---Akron University, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, and Eastern Michigan University.

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

Standard pricing is $90.00 for a 90-minute session.

How did you get started teaching?

Graduate Assistant at Akron University, Ohio in late 1970's.

What types of students have you worked with?

All ages from beginningers to Div-1 collegiate student-athletes.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Worked with an adult student recently who was inexperienced in basketball and was impressed with his overall improvement in shooting accuracy in one session. Hard work and practice pay off if you've mastered the basic fundamentals of shooting!

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

Make sure to hire a teacher---someone who understands the game and how to teach the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, defense, rebounding, etc. There is a big difference between a teacher and a trainer. A trainer can help you get in shape but may not really know how to teach you the game.

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

1. What are my goals for the lessons?

2.What are my expectations of the instructor?

3. What are the instructor's areas of expertise?

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