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Nancy L.
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Max is an incredible trainer for anyone who wants to take their game to the next level. Her knowledge of the game comes from her years of experience playing at the highest level. Not only is Max a great basketball mind, but also a great communicator, who is able to connect to her clients and get her point across clearly. With that, her competitiveness, and the pride she takes in her work, it's easy to see why Max is trusted by so many. It brings her hoy and satisfaction to see her clients get better. I would recommend Max to anyone who wants to improve their game, and anyone who has aspirations of playing High School, College, or Professional Basketball.

P5 elite skills training
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 3 years in business
  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
D'Andrea C.
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Marcus is a very kind and motivated coach. He definitely has a passion for basketball and pushes my son to many different skill levels.

Train with a Pro
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Jonathan S.
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Mack has an incredible feel for the game of basketball and does a tremendous job of teaching the game to players. He improved my offense, defense, and basketball IQ. His workouts are never boring because he brings a new move, concept, or drill everyday. I would recommend Mack to anyone looking to become an elite basketball player.

94 Feet of Hustle
4.7
from 3 reviews
    Dale B.
    Verified review

    If I had to say anything negative about my sons training sessions with Demarcus, it would be that the sessions are held outdoors. That being said, there is no shortage of instruction. I myself never knew there was so much footwork involved in basketball until my son began training with Demarcus. My son has improved so much on the court just by learning proper footwork during the game. His vision on the court is much improved, his ball handeling has improved, he now uses his strengths (hes in 12th grade and is 5'9) to his advantage rather than seeing it as a disadvantage. Not only does Demarcus instill confidence in a "short" player, he also showed my son how to use it as an advantage. Confidence goes a very long way in Basketball and Demarcus has given my son plenty of it. I could go on and on but let me just say, YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED with Demarcus!!

    CA Sports Training
    5.0
    from 1 review
    • 6 years in business
    Rebecca M.
    Verified review

    Cas is a great basketball trainer that I was fortunate to find since this was my first time using this. My daughter enjoys his lessons and we continue to use CA Sports Training today. She really needed work & was patient with his lessons I feel. I recommend Coach Cas to everyone!!

    Progress Basketball
    5.0
    from 1 review
    • 3 years in business
    • 9 hires on Thumbtack
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    I do not just use the same generic drills over and over. I take time to customize training sessions; simulating in game situations.

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    My name is Sean Cornell. I am currently accepting new clients to train. I accept all ages and all levels. Each session, which usually runs from about 1 to 1.5 hours depending on time and what's being covered in the session. I have played 7 years overseas professionally, coached in NBA camps and two ABA Dallas teams, and 5A high school ball. I am a pillar of knowledge and love the game. I have included a small bio below for a little more detailed info about me. So, whether you're looking to improve your skills, or wanting to learn the game, contact me and let's get started. Have a blessed day and thanks for looking! "The sky is the limit." You can view my professional profile on LinkedIn at the website provided. Full name: Joseph Sean Cornell Birthday: June 06, 1970 Hometown: Indianapolis, IN Education: Texas A&M at Texarkana (BA in General Studies, 1997), Southern Arkansas University (BS in Education (Kinesiology), 2006) Playing experience: 1998-2004 Europe, 1992-95 Southern Arkansas University, International Basketball Association (IBA), American Basketball Association (ABA) Coaching experience: 2009-10 Head Coach-Dallas Jammers (formerly Generals) (ABA); 2007-08 Asst. Varsity/Head JV Basketball-R.L. Turner High School; 2007-08 Player Personnel Scout-Texas Tycoons (ABA); 2005-06 Asst. Coach Indiana Alley Cats; 2002-04 NBA Summer League (Long Beach, CA); 2005 Asst. Coach (Hope High School).

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    Program Philosophy: The goal of Respect the Game basketball program is to immerse young basketball players with the rules and teach them skills and strategies of the game. I train athletes to be successful in my program. I pay attention on skill development and the value of teamwork. I want to develop strong and well-rounded players of the game who will truly enjoy the game throughout their lives and will play with confidence in their skills. For more information, contact Keith Russell. Our lessons are aimed towards the following objectives: *Ball handling *Passing *Footwork *Shooting *Post play *Footwork

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    I'm a former college basketball player who offers lessons to anyone who is trying to get better. I offer shooting, dribbling, and defensive drills.

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    Coach Nate provides individual training sessions in order to provide your child with one-on-one specialized coaching to improve on his/her basketball skills. His back-to-basics approach also helps build your child's confidence to take his/her game to the next level. We offer the following lessons: • Shooting form - legs, elbow, wrist and follow through • Rebounding - offensive and defensive, outlet passing • Offense – one-on-one moves and team offense • Post moves - drop steps, jump hook/right and left, up, under and face up moves • Dribbling - left and right hand, cross over, reverse and power dribbling • Passing - chest, bounce, overhead, no look, fake, around the back and wrap around • Defense - defensive slide, stance and close-out, one-on-one and team defense • Lay-ups - left hand, right hand, reverse and with speed • Screening - how to set a screen and roll to the basket, how to set a screen and open up to the ball, how to screen for a shot, how to defend a screen, and how to go over the top or bottom of a screen • Conditioning- speed and agility, foot work training • Basic offense/defense - man and zone

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    Fire N Ice PBT is currently accepting new clients to train. We accept all ages and all levels. Each session usually runs from about 1 to 1.5 hours, depending on time and what's being covered in the session. Our associates have professionally played in the USA and overseas, coached in NBA affiliated camps and Dallas team middle- and high-school ball. Please feel free to visit our mobile website! Fire N Ice helps athletes achieve their full potential by connecting them with their ultimate strengths. Founded by Max Reese and Keisha Anderson, former professional basketball players and private coaches, Fire N Ice is headquartered in Dallas, TX! Fire N Ice will commit to: 1. Keeping things fun We realize that the game is fun! We instill in our clients the art of the game and to never make the common mistake of getting caught up in the pressure of winning. 2. Allow our clients to be successful Competition may not be a motivator for young kids. All of our clients should taste success: success in running drills that they feel good about, celebrating small accomplishments along the way. 3. We never neglect inexperienced kids We know that players can become great if they just get that chance, extra time, and attention. We've all been a late bloomer at one point in our lives. We all just needed an opportunity, confidence and someone who believes in us. 4. Make sure your players have a solid foundation Now is a critical time in most players' lives where they really start getting a lot of experience and develop habits. This point and time can have a huge effect on the players' success when they proceed into high school and college. We teach basic fundamentals and skills that these players can use no matter who is coaching them in the future. It is up to you to build a solid foundation for these kids to build on!

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