5.0 (3)
1 employee
32 years in business

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Wheaton, MD 20902
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3 Reviews


  • Daruis Ervin incoming Freshman Guard for Cornell University

    Coach Mega’s workouts are challenging to say the least. One of the main focuses are making sure that whoever he’s training is in shape. Not many trainers make use of the full court but Mega does. His fullcourt drills prepare players for performing at a high level at the end of games while also helping to develop discipline and establishing good habits. Another focus of his workouts is craftiness. He’ll often have players complete a series of moves before having them elevate for a jumper or finish at the rim. Overall, after completing a Coach Mega workout, a player will have gotten in better shape, tightened their handle, and put up an abundance of shots

  • Lukas Yurasits starting guard and all conference selection for Susquehanna University

    I have been working out with Arnell Milton for about 8 years now and if it wasn’t for him I wouldn’t be the basketball player, mentally and physically that I am today. Arnell has a great understanding of the game has he has been my coach and trainer being able to put me in game like situations in our training to help my game situation decision making and then putting me in the correct positions on the court to succeed while coaching. Arnell is very detail oriented and can pick up the nuances of a skill or move to improve the action, and can pick up the difficulties someone is having with that skill or move to improve their abilities. Arnell has put me into plenty of tournaments a league to play against the best there is and have me workout with the best talent too because metal sharpens metal. Arnell has been a massive mentor for me in life and basketball, he has taught me a lot of skills, drills, and situational thinking but also a lot of life lessons like determination, perseverance, and teamwork.

  • Nick Thomas High School Forward for Andover Prep

    In my time playing basketball, I’ve worked out with a lot of coaches and trainers from around the country. Each one of them had their own way of teaching and coaching kids, but Mega’s way of coaching was different. There’s more to being a coach than just knowing the game well. Knowing what needs to be done in order to be successful, knowing which coaching methods work and how to face adversity, that all comes with the job, and Mega knows that. I’ve been trained and coached by Mega since I was in middle school, and he would always push me to work harder and be a better player. From the countless amount of reps that we’re done in his drills, to executing and applying those drills in real time. Mega’s mindset and out of the box thinking has shaped many players into great athletes and I’m proud to be a part of it.


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

Evalution. Seeing theur strength and weakness. discovering their goals and finding ways to motivate them. Then creating a program based on their individual needs. 

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

NASM Sports Performance Certification

NASM Corrective Science Certification 

ACE Personal Trainer Certification 

USA Basketball Gold Coaching License 

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

Yes, based on the equipment needed, duration of session, age of child, cost to use facilities, travel and location. 

How did you get started teaching?

Was always a student of the game of basketball. Was coaching and training when I was still playing the game 

What types of students have you worked with?

Middle School to Professional Players.

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