Find a basketball trainer in Cedar Hill, TX

Find basketball trainers in Cedar Hill, TX

Find basketball trainers in Cedar Hill, TX

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Top 10 basketball trainers in Cedar Hill, TX

Students agree: these Cedar Hill basketball trainers are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Glenn Ford Skills Training

Glenn Ford Skills Training

5.0(2)
4 hires on Lessons
8+ years in business
Serves Cedar Hill, TX
Mandip N. says, "One of the. best coach, I have trained. Keep going coach G." Read more
Whitit Training

Whitit Training

New on Lessons
Offers online services
8+ years in business
Serves Cedar Hill, TX
Ex college and semipro basketball player Coaching: 4 years (AAU) Skills development: 6 years Personal training: 2 years Ages:8-18+
Lifted Sports

Lifted Sports

4.9Exceptional(32)
37 hires on Lessons
15+ years in business
Serves Cedar Hill, TX
Christie P. says, "I like the small to moderate group setting during the training. It allows my son to focus and learn better. In addition, the trainers exhibit patience and work hard to develop the players skill set. I would recommend Lifted Sports." Read more
In-Phase Training

In-Phase Training

5.0Exceptional(7)
1 hire on Lessons
3+ years in business
Serves Cedar Hill, TX
Taylor says, "I strongly recommend Jay to anyone who is interested either taking their fitness training to the next level. My son personally trained with Jay for football and speed/ agility training. My son saw significant improvement in both his football skills plus his speed and agility. Also, we enjoyed working with Jay. " Read more
JD Skills Academy

JD Skills Academy

5.0(4)
8+ years in business
Serves Cedar Hill, TX
Susie K. says, "I was able to sit in a few sessions. I was able to see the kids improvement. For example. The kid I took to the skills a academy could not dribble the ball and move the cone round the line without picking up the cone. One day 3 he was doing it the cone did not leave the ground. They did complex drills and the kids was able to understand the instructions and was able to perform what was asked. The coach was kind but knew how to get the kids to listen." Read more
Miaisok Learn&Play

Miaisok Learn&Play

5.0(2)
6 hires on Lessons
13+ years in business
Serves Cedar Hill, TX
Shenita H. says, "I’m a beginner. Coach was very easy to understand and he made it easy to learn. I look forward to future sessions. Thank you" Read more
Undefeated Performance Training

Undefeated Performance Training

5.0Exceptional(5)
8 hires on Lessons
5+ years in business
Serves Cedar Hill, TX
Sandra D. says, "He seems very nice and looks like a amazing coach for son." Read more
Calculated Moves

Calculated Moves

5.0Exceptional(6)
3 hires on Lessons
11+ years in business
Serves Cedar Hill, TX
Coach N. says, "Programs willingness to work with all childen, regardless of their skill level. Programs determination to encourage the gift within of a future role model for our youth. Support for individual growth socially and academically. " Read more

Your Basketball Training questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much does a personal basketball trainer cost?

The average cost of a personal basketball trainer ranges from $30 to $150 per hour for one-on-one sessions. The cost can be influenced by factors such as the player's level (beginner, intermediate, or advanced), the trainer's experience and expertise, and the location where the training takes place.

Additionally, small group sessions of 2 to 4 children can cost $30 to $50 per session on average, while large group training of 4+ kids can cost $20 to $40 per session on average

How do you train for basketball?

A well-rounded basketball training regimen should include skill-specific workouts, strength and conditioning exercises, and a structured training program. Skill development includes shooting workouts, ball handling drills, and training tailored to your position, whether you’re a guard or post player.

Strength and conditioning exercises such as aerobic training and strength training for primary muscle groups like hips, quads, and glutes are critical. A structured 6-week training program that emphasizes form, technique, and skill progression should improve your game.

How many hours do basketball players train a week?

Basketball players, especially those aiming to improve their skills, may train for around 10 to 15 hours per week, depending on the level of their game. The specific distribution of training hours across skill development, strength training, and other aspects can vary based on individual needs and goals.

However, much of that training time does not require an instructor. Shooting hoops, working out at the gym, and playing pick-up games all count toward the total training time.

Is strength training important for basketball?

Yes, strengthtraining is essential for basketball players as it aids in the development of speed strength, absolute strength, and core strength. It boosts blast impulse, the ability to generate force rapidly, crucial for activities like jumping for rebounds and swift changes in direction.

Additionally, strength training enhances power output and agility, allowing players to respond quickly to on-court situations and maintain an edge over their opponents.

What questions should I ask a basketball trainer?

Ask these questions when picking a basketball trainer to help you meet your goals:

  • What is your background and experience in basketball training?
  • Have you worked with players at my skill level or position before?
  • What is your coaching philosophy and training style?
  • How do you tailor your training programs to individual needs?
  • What specific skills and aspects of the game do you emphasize in your training sessions?
  • How do you address both physical and mental aspects of player development?
  • Do you conduct initial assessments to identify strengths and areas for improvement?
  • How do you track and measure a player's progress over time?
  • How do you incorporate injury prevention strategies into your training programs?
  • What steps do you take to ensure the well-being of your athletes?
  • What is your availability for training sessions?
  • How do you handle scheduling and potential conflicts?
  • How do you communicate with players and provide feedback?
  • What role do players and parents/guardians play in the feedback process?
  • What are your fees and payment structure?
  • Are there any long-term commitments or package deals available?
  • Can you provide references from previous clients or players you have trained?
  • How do you work with players to set and achieve realistic goals?
  • What expectations do you have for players in terms of commitment and effort?

How do I choose a basketball trainer?

When selecting a basketball trainer, consider the following tips:

  • Look for a trainer with a solid background and experience in basketball training. Ideally, they should have worked with players at your skill level or in your position.
  • Understand the trainer's coaching philosophy and training style. Ensure it aligns with your goals and preferences for skill development.
  • Inquire about the specific skills and aspects of the game that the trainer emphasizes. Make sure they cover the areas you want to improve.
  • Check if the trainer conducts initial assessments to identify areas for improvement.
  • Ensure the trainer incorporates injury prevention strategies into their programs.
  • Consider the trainer's communication style, which is vital for a successful training relationship.
  • Verify the trainer's availability for sessions fits your routine.
  • Seek references from previous clients or players the trainer has worked with.
  • Understand the trainer's fees and payment structure.

Reviews for Cedar Hill basketball trainers

Recent success stories from people in the Cedar Hill area.
Alex Y.
So glad we found coach G. True professional that knows the game. Our son who's 12 needed his skills refreshed to make his middle school team and coach G delivered. He always comes prepared. Has a plan to work on different set of skill that would be useful for a variety of situations and you are never idle. My son was very happy with the whole process and so were we. Highly recommended and we'll use his services in the future!
Glenn Ford Skills Training
Deidre W.
My son has been taking training sessions with Lifted Sports and it has made a big impact on his confidence. The coaches help and focus with developing a strong foundation for fundamental skills from ball handling, shooting, footwork, etc. I am very happy to have found Lifted Sports (basketball).
Lifted Sports
Clay P.
Jay was patient, kind and really engaged well with the kids. He was very professional and polite. Bug recs for Jay!
In-Phase Training
Malik G.
My experience training with Justin is you have to be tough and go 100% at every drill you do with him.
JD Skills Academy
Dominic B.
Great coach vary helpful and trying to helps people out, great prices to , he also makes sure I work and is honest with me that’s what I like about training miaidok
Miaisok Learn&Play
Nora B.
The experience superseded my expectations. The knowledge and results I’ve received is priceless!! Outstanding trainer!
Undefeated Performance Training
Anisha
Coach Jay is a excellent coach. Teaching skills is very important and that's what he does.
Calculated Moves
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