My service is here to put athletes in the best position possible to stand out when the season starts. The training sessions are energetic and enjoyable. We will work on your weaknesses and accentuate your strengths.
I love getting out on the field or court and teaching the game. Whether it's individual workouts or team activities, there's nothing more satisfying than getting better everyday.
Very nice and fun guy. Trains you hard and prepares you very well for any type of training or tryout. Great guy to talk with and help you with your football game
Each session was different and had variety and improved my skill set every time after a few sessions .
His presentation was detailed, specific, and skills oriented. In addition speaking with him was equally impressive
A new student will receive and overall training session in the art of running, catching or passing in football. We will teach positioning, techniques, balance and footwork.
In basketball, we teach the game from the ground up. We will also work on shooting and dribbling to see where the skill level is. The session is an hour or longer and we will also make time for any questions during the workout. We will teach ball and player movement. The ability to drive and stepback in multiple directions.
Basketball coach/ personal trainer and former player. Even as a point guard, I was effective enough to play on every spot of the floor. I bring the continuous knowledge of footwork and adaptability to play with either hand from the perimeter to the paint.
High school football coach. Offensive coordinator and play caller. Special teams return game coordinator. I played quarterback/ running back and WR on offense. Strong safety, free safety, corner and linebacker on defense.
Most 60 minute sessions are priced at $50.
I've also built in a 75 minute session for $75.
Willing to work with payment plans if need be.
I started teaching basketball when I was in college. An older brother of a friend happened to become a teacher in the town I went to school upstate. He approached me about coaching youth basketball in my spare time. I started with fifth graders.
I also started my football coaching career as a volunteer assistant while in college. Former assistant basketball coach became the athletic director and was looking for familiar names.
I've worked with students from elementary school to junior high and high school level. I have also worked with college level quarterbacks. Mostly, I've been working with varsity student athletes to help them blossom into a mature game.
The student should ask plenty of questions. They should also feel comfortable with the potential coach. Student athletes should also understand they are here to learn and have fun. There's no pressure. It's time to perfect their skills so it becomes second nature when it's game time.
The students should think about what they want to get out of the training. They should ask if the teacher is going to challenge their ability to help them grow.