Dribble.Shoot.Pass Basketball Training

Dribble.Shoot.Pass Basketball Training

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Dribble.Shoot.Pass. Basketball Training seeks to instruct male and female student athletes between sixth to 10th grade. They will be trained in a simplistic yet effective fashion so that they can work on the skills on their own as well to improve even faster. 

Jordan Ingram, Dribble.Shoot.Pass Basketball Trainer, is an Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. USciences is an NCAA Division II school which competes in the CACC Conference. A six year college coaching veteran, Ingram has also had stops at Rosemont College and Mercer County Community College.

At the high school level, Ingram spent four years coaching at Archbishop Carroll, Harriton and Solebury School. A staple on the summer basketball scene, he's been involved with Team Final AAU, Keystone Blazers and NJ Gym Rats. He's worked camps at Georgetown University, Princeton, Drexel, ScoutsFocus and The Hoop Group.

As a player, Ingram starred at Archbishop Carroll and collegiately at Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Former players coached/trained by Ingram include:

Derrick Jones (UNLV/Phoenix Suns)

D.J. Irving (Boston University)

Juan'ya Green (Hofstra University)

Matt Sherman (Haverford College)

David Johnson (Lycoming College)

Marcus Thomas (Rosemont College)

Jamier Hughes (Rosemont College)

Destini Feagin (Florida International University)

I love being able to work with younger student-athletes because between 6-10th grades, the most improvement occurs. I love to trigger that improvement and be a part of that process.

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Philadelphia, PA 19146
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I like to speak with the clients and their parents about what they want to accomplish from training. Before training, I look to either watch the student play live or watch a full game film. After watching, I have a second meeting with them to give my input on improvements that can be made. 

Once these steps have occurred, we're ready to go to the gym and work!


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

I've been a college coach for the past six years and at the high school level for four years. 

As a player, I was a four year student-athlete at the Division I level where I competed in the NCAA Tournament. In high school, I scored over 1,000 points and grabbed over 1,000 rebounds in the Philadelphia Catholic League.


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

I like to charge about $55 per hour. Unless specified by the clients, training sessions will usually be short periods of time yet extremely intense. I also negotiate lump sum fees for the month as well. Depending on how far I travel, the fee could vary.


How did you get started teaching?

After I finished my playing career at Fairleigh Dickinson University, I immediately immersed myself into coaching. In the pursuit of being the best coach I can be, I tweaked my teaching skills in the offseason. This included coaching in basketball camps, AAU and eventually skills training.


What types of students have you worked with?

I've coached and trained male and female basketball players from various age ranges. Though I've been a college coach for six years, I was at the high school level for four. Ive also been an AAU coach for seventh and eighth grades. As a camp clinician, I've instructed males and females alike.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I'm very fond now of being able to keep in touch with players that I've coached or trained in the past. Time has passed in my eyes because some of those players are either coaches or are looking to get into coaching now.


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

I would mainly focus on the trainer's background and the people that they've worked with in the past. It would be important for me to know that they've had successful interactions with past clients and they have somewhat of a relationship to this day.


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

They should ask about how the teacher's training program will be.

Where will the training take place?

What do you think about my game? Good and bad. 

Can I speak with some of the people you've previously coached or trained?


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