At Q-time we work on the fundamentals of the game. Footwork, shooting, shot fakes, one dribble pull-ups etc. I develop every workout from what I determine the players strengths and weaknesses. I believe in polishing the strengths but focusing on the weaknesses and perfecting them. I've been playing basketball for 30+ years. I was Washington state player of the year in 1996, I went usc on a basketball scholarship and after that I went overseas to play. I started Q-time because I wanted to help and share my experiences with the athletes. Www.Q-time.org Facebook Quincy wilder
Being able to give back and help people toward their goals and dreams
💯💪🏼 great work man
That's awesome. Congratulations to everyone and a job well done teaching them the art of basketball
Walking the talk Q! Giving back to the game. Love ya brother.
Hell yeah homie keep up the good work
The process is typically 1 on 1 for the first session. Just me, staff and the student. I do an assessment of their skill set to determine the up coming training delopment plan tailored for that specific athlete. I place that student in a group with similar skill sets and we began to train
I haa a be over 30 years of experience, I've played against some of the best talent in the world. all of the high school kids I train made their high school teams.
I charge $60 an hour for individual training and $45 an hour for group sessions individual training is 1-2 people and group is 3-6 people. I train all ages.
I was working at a car dealership when I started my business. People that know me kept asking me to train their kids. I left the car dealership and opened my business in March of 2019 with 1 client and now I have over 50. I did everything myself from marketing, to getting my business license, insurance, finding gym space. I believe you can do anything you put your mind to
I've worked with students of from ages 4 up to 21 years of ages
I just fix a free basketball holiday clinic for 7-8 graders in Tacoma Washington on Sunday December 15th
Make sure that they know how to develop your game and has knowledge of what their teaching
What are their goals, what do they want to get out of the training, do they want to be the best. Being the best takes sacrifice and the willingness to do the things that other athletes don't want to do. That's what separates good from great