AthELITE Academy

AthELITE Academy

5.0 (14)
9 hires on Lessons.com
3 years in business

About this pro

Hey! I'm Abel Abraham and I'm currently a senior in college! Played varsity basketball and varsity track & field since middle school; consider myself to be a tenacious athlete and I have a true passion for improving my body day by day. If you really want to be pushed to the limit, let me work you out! I'm the captain of my church basketball team and strive to make everyone around me better as I run the point guard position. Look forward to training with you!

I enjoyed the process. It's all about trusting the process, a phrase made famous by Joel Embiid from the 76ers and I truly resonate with that quote. The journey will be long and bumpy, but you will reap the benefits with the proper motivation and dedication. 

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Credentials

Albertson, NY 11507
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14 Reviews

5.0

  • Austin Velasquez

    This was my first time doing any training with someone and I don’t regret it. Abel is a very comfortable guy to be around and he is always trying to make you better with everything you do. If you’re looking for a trainer and it’s your first time Abel is the best guy 100% recommend.

  • Angelo D

    ABEL IS VERY KNOWLEDGABLE AND HAS WONDERFUL TEACHING METHODS! HAVE HAD TWO LESSONS WITH MY GRANDSON AND HOPE TO SEE PROGRESS IN ALL AREAS!! GREAT ON THE KNOWLEDGE OF FUNDAMENTALS AND CORRECT WAY OF DOING THINGS IS ONE OF ABELS TALENTS!!

  • Jeremy John

    AthELITE Academy is one of the best trainers out there. He’s great if you’re just starting up basketball or if you want to take your game to the next level. His training is tough and vigorous but if you keep at it, you will definitely see results. AthELITE Academy expects you to give your all, so be ready to work :)

  • Chris Varghese

    One thing you need from a trainer is for them to push you..and that's exactly what AthELITE Academy does. You'll get different variations of workouts and get your money's worth. No, I'm not a bot.


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FAQs


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

Varies based on age, skill level and individual goals. Programs are speficially tailored to each individual's needs. I will make it my mission for you to leave the gym satisfied that you will improve and be better every day we train together. 


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

7 years of basketball training affiliated through Junior Varsity and Varsity team play in middle school and high school -- where my love for training originated. It has proven to be very effective as I learned through my coaches and their logic behind each of their drills.


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

Depends on multiple factors including location, length of workout, size of group (individual, partner, small group, team, clinic).


How did you get started teaching?

I trained my first basketball client last summer when a father and son saw me randomly train one of my friends at LA Fitness. He stopped and asked if I could train his son for basketball and improve his athleticism and I was glad to do that. He's been my only client thus far since my summer was busy that year.


What types of students have you worked with?

I've worked with elementary kids, high school students, college athletes, as well as retired adults looking to make a difference in their lifestyle for fat-loss!


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

I think it's important to find someone who practices what they teaches. Especially at my age and with the level of play I try to be at, I'm constantly trying to get better and that, in return, will feed off to my clients because I want him/her to reach the maximum potential that he/she can attain. In addition, realize that not all successful and knowledgeable basketball coaches are good people; make sure you find a trainer/coach who is positive and supportive of your individuals goals. 


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

Define your goals, where you want to be in both the short term (next 3-6 months) and long term (2-5 years)