Hey there, my name is Courtney, but people call me Coach D. I want to start off saying that I love this game of basketball. I don't have the credentials nor the reputation that some of the other trainers, but I do have the passion to pass on the knowledge I gained playing this game. I have played against some really good talent( overseas players, college players, really good nobodies) and left a impression on a lot of minds.
Now in saying all that I have let you know about me, I am ready to get to work. I can teach any position. My specialty is shooting, ball handling and post moves. On defense I teach man to man and team defense. I also go into the IQ of basketball but that is for advanced stages. Before I get into training, I play one on one the first session to analyze the strength and weaknesses of the player. Then the training begins. Please feel free to ask any questions.
I loved basketball ever since I first pick up the ball. I never was that good in high school, I could not make the transition from the street basketball to the wood court, but I listened and mostly started a lot of games I played. After playing two years of football in college, I started playing basketball more and got better. The transition thing was no problem after I got me a membership at 24 hr Fitness and played daily. I got so good I played overseas players, NFL players (very athletic), D- League players and didn't notice who I was playing.
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The first thing I do is play one on one basketball to see what is needed to be worked on. I like to sharpen up the strong part of their game, then spend more time on strengthen their weaknesses.
I have no formal training, however I have trained myself for six years. I really wish I could show my skills because I have came a long way.
My price is not much. 15 an hour.
Well, I started getting better at basketball at a late age so the window to adventure into greater avenues was so far gone. Teaching is the only way I can see my skills on today's court.
I have no students under my belt, other than working with kids on the playground.
Make sure the teacher has your undivided attention. Make sure he teaches you in a way you can learn because everybody is different. Make sure you're having fun learning. Basketball is about expression and having fun.
How bad do I want to do this? Am I doing this for me?