My focus is really on skill work and preparing for game like situations. Preparation with basketball is everything not only knowing how to do a move but also knowing when to is very important. Workout includes speed & agility along with on-court drills and skills along with competitive play, and conditioning.
Getting better everyday. Seeing kids progress and hearing about it makes my day every day.
Great guy! Patient and persistent! We will be using him again in the Fall!
My son is a beginner and really had no experience playing basketball. Coach Sameen really helped get his confidence up, he loves it now we train often
Sameen was great!! My son is new to the game of basketball and often gets frustrated with himself, Sameen was very patient with him and my son loved it will definitely be training with him
I make it my duty to get to know each player and get a feel for their style of play and what they feel like they need to work on. After that I put them through a series of different drills to determine what we can improve on.
I played 4 years varsity in high school went on to play college at Albright College in Reading Pa won Rookie of The Year and received a full scholarship to Goldey Beacom College (Div 2) school. Team Captain and led the team to its first 20 win season in the last 10 years. Graduated in 2017 and went on that same year and played my first professional season in the Philippines. I just finished my season playing Pro in El Salvador where I won the championship.
Far as pricing you would pay $140 which would include 4 workouts in that month. $280 if you want 8 workouts in that month which would be working out 2x a week for an example.
I always trained kids growing up, kids would always ask what I do to get better and I always told them but then I ended up showing them. So I began training kids then working basketball summer camps to eventually running clinics and training kids now.
The kids I currently train are both boys and girls of all ages. My youngest group of guys were 5 and 6 year olds and my oldest high school kids.
Find someone who has actually played the game and has been around the game of basketball. Find someone who cares about you getting better and are giving the kid the attention that they need.
Students first need to be honest with themselves about what they're strengths and weaknesses.