Cardos Pros

Cardos Pros

5.0
1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

My service stands out because I was once that guy that no one wanted to play with & than went to the guy that no one wanted to play without. I've played two years of college but my basketball career was sadly cut short do to injury. I played for Texas College of Tyler Texas. I went there as a red shirt to later become the starting point guard over a senior that had started his last three years at the school. How was I able to do this you might ask? #HardWork #NeverGivingUp. Everyday I played people that were better then me asking questions listening when someone gave me advise. I developed my skill set by my watching my friends family AND 1 MIXTAPES & of course the NBA , taking everything I learned and putting it all into one package. But , I didn't just watch I studied, trained & worked on everything that i was weak at witch in this case was everthing in basketball lol. I was trash i mean the trashiest of the trash. I never got picked up , couldn't play with the elite players at my gym because I was so bad at the game but I got to work and in just one summer of working hard at my game I went to one of the best players in my city. I went from nobody wanting to play with me to nobody wanting to play at all if I weren't on the court because they knew if I was playing it was going to be some good basketball played because I made you want to play. People literally came to the gym the gym in my hometown just to play basketball with me as if i were Lebron James are something and leave if i wasn't playing that day because I was resting lifting or training in some other way that day. Long story short with my training not only will you because better, you will become one of the best guaranteed. People always say focus on your strong points. Well you know what I say to that? That's B'S because there's no such thing because your strong points are endless and you can always get better at whatever it is as long as you're willing to put the work in. I have highlights on YouTube as as short fundamental clips. Here's my freshman year highlight of my intermerral days...enjoy and let me no what you thought about it https://m.youtube.com/results?q=ricardo%20washington%20highlights&sm=1

I enjoy everything about what I do. I love basketball , I'm the real representation of Mamba mentality

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Houston, TX 77054
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FAQs


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

Being respectful at all times.


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

My education comes from life. I've learned from every mistake and still learning but I know not what to by simple stopping to think before I act.


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

I'm starting off at $15 a session because I know I'm the best at what I do , I love this game it is my passion more then anything in this world. I love proving myself not only to others but to myself.


How did you get started teaching?

By talking to the student getting to know them building a relationship and getting to know what they want out of the game of basketball & how bad do they want it.


What types of students have you worked with?

I worked with thousands of people older & younger than me. I say this because both have asked me how'd I get so good. But I have one product that is extremely extraordinary. He's little cousin an I've been working with him sense he was 10


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I'm at a be event person. I like simple outings like going to the movies dinner and fun zones with family. I love my privacy


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

Just to make sure and understand that they're doing it for the passion and for the love and not the money by demonstrating their passion for the game and their willingness to learn


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

By demonstrating their passion in their willingness to learn