CCEA Rattlers/Destroyer Nation

CCEA Rattlers/Destroyer Nation

4.8 (17)
3 employees
5 years in business

About this pro

Cap city elite academy thrives on working kids to the very best first evaluating step by step to enhance optimal performance at the highest level. Also having some of the best teacher/coaches in the central Texas area in specific sports training. 

I love the work I do because I have a passion for it.  I wake up every day enjoying what I do because I love to give back and I love to see young student athletes grow and progress. I get a thrill out of seeing my students achieve their goals as a high level and progress in there craft as an athlete. 

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Cedar Park, TX 78613
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17 Reviews


  • Matthew Garner

    My son (varsity Wide receiver) told me his biggest take-away was his new foot speed. When he saw Coach Lito demonstrate, he told me he said to himself “there’s no way I can move my feet that fast”. By the end of the first lesson, he was completely energized and told me he had “unlocked” another level he didn’t think was possible. Yuge!

  • qwoy blunt

    Patience and details

  • Drew torres

    Coach brings the best out of every player. And he’s not just a coach he was a college athlete himself so he definitely knows what he’s talking about. You travel a lot and the coach truly cares for his players.

  • Austin Dell'Abate

    This is a 5 star organization! Highly recommend to all.

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

Evaluate player then from there we take a step by step process on how we will get to where student athlete needs to be in specific training 

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

I and a full time sports training and basketball director. I’ve played collegiate athletics in basketball and football at a high level. And also I’m ausa gold member coach. For AAU basketball. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I’ve had kids from ages 9 to college students that come back to get training or to just get better at their craft. 

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

To get someone that knows he game of desired sport and position and someone hat cane really help master your craft because all trainers are different and work with different style or level of players. 

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

What can you do to make me better?

what do I need to do to get better?

what will the process be like getting through the transition from before and after session. 

What do you as the athlete want to get from training? 

Ultimate goal?