-I’m very passionate about helping the youth improve their skill level as well as IQ in the game of basketball. I can insure that working with me on a regular basis will improve the confidence as well as the overall skill set of the client. I have been doing basketball trainings for about five years now during my offseasons as a player. I most recently became a full time trainer, which means all my energy and effort will be put into improving my clients as an overall basketball player.
-As a basketball player, I was fortunate enough to have played on every level and actually been successful each year during my playing career. I became a junior college All American my second season out of highschool. I earned a division 1 scholarship to Indiana State University (Home of Larry Bird) shortly after. I then transferred back closer to home for my senior campaign to Angelo State University where I was awarded Newcomer of the Year as well as First Team All Conference. After my senior season I went on to play Three seasons in Europe. Including First League Finland. First League England and First League Georgia most recently.
Very detailed and encourages you to get better. Great trainer
He is a very skilled trainer who is patient and strives to get the best out of you.
I begin with stationary shooting, then stationary ball handling to observe skill level and mechanics. I then work accordingly to help guide the athlete through the most effective training session for their skill level.
•I charge $50 for an hour and 15 minutes of work for one session per week.
•For 2 sessions a week, $90
•For 3 sessions a week, $120
•For 4 sessions a week, $140
•For 5 sessions a week, $150
I’ve always loved the game itself and I love the training aspect of the game just as much. I have a real passion for being able to make others improve on their skills.
I have worked with all age groups. As young as 5 years old and as old as mid 20s. I’m able to get the job done no matter the level of the player.
Make sure you hire someone who has actual game experience with basketball. That way they are given feedback from a coaches as well as a players perspective.
The student should ask themselves, are they willing to put in the effort and time to become a better basketball player.