I enjoy the the journey of taking a player from mediocrity to greatness.
He is great at understanding the needs of the players and they should focus on.
The typical process in working with a new student is coming up with a plan that focuses on making the player feel welcome, appreciated, and part of the organization’s culture as soon as possible. I believe as a coach our job is to set the expectation high, convey the message clearly, operate in integrity and journey along with the player. Working with a new student is just like working with a new colleague, I express genuine interest in the new student as a person.
I am a former college basketball player. I am currently the head coach of the 14U AAU team at Fisonce and the assistant coach at Norristown High School. I have been around basketball my entire life and with the wealth of knowledge that I have, I feel obligated to share with others.
The pricing system I have is Based off of a individual session. We offer packages that are cost efficient so that the family can save money on the back end.
I got started teaching when I was a 6th grader. I always had a passion of sharing tips and ideas with my teammates. From there it lead me to follow my passion of playing college basketball and eventually coaching and training.
I have worked with an extensive number of students over the years. I have worked with division 1 players and I have worked with Overseas players. I have also been able to work with a few NBA players that I played and worked out with during my playing career.
I am a huge believer in community service. I love habitat for humanity because they teach younger adults about the importance of serving the community. We just recently had a neighborhood cleanup where everyone in the program participated in cleaning up a block in Philadelphia
I would tell the student to listen out for what the teacher is not saying. I encourage all students to do their research in locating the proper teacher to help them with their maturation process.
I encourage students to ask themselves if they really want to improve. I believe its the trainers job to partner with the student and maximize their potential. Students should ask themselves why am I doing this.