Do you need to elevate your game and want the guidance of an experienced coach and personal trainer that can take you mentally and physically to the next level?
Does your young son or daughter need to get the fundamentals down so that they are a more consistent sports player that has confidence in their skills?
Nino Samuel's Basketball Training and personal training can get you the
results you need to be a better athlete.
Specialized Basketball Training
Shooting and rebounding
Post play and Guard play
Plyometric training to increase vertical jump
We can help you to:
Transition from high school to college
Transition from college to pros.
Play better high school sports
Become a more consistent fundamentally sound player that excels in your
Basketball Hall Of Fame Inductee - Katrina McClain
Katrina McClain extended a VIP invitation to Nino Samuel and his wife Tressie
to attend the 2012 Basketball Hall Of Fame induction ceremony where she
along with other basketball athletes and coaches with outstanding accomplishment
were honored in the Enshrinement Ceremonies. Katrina will shared the recognition
of accomplisnment with the likes of Reggie Miller, Ralph Sampson, Jamaal
Wilkes and coach Don Nelson, who all are a part of the list of only 12
individuals that were inducted into the Basketball Halll Of Fame for 2012.
Nino was proud to have been a part of Three - Time Olympian, Two - Time Olympic gold medal winner, Katrina McClain's development over the years. She has trusted Nino to
help her develop and maintain her championship basketball skills, to motivate
her and focus her. Katrina McClain is one of the most decorated athletes
in USA Basketball national team history, winning two Olympic gold medals
(1988 and 1996), Olympic Bronze (1992), three FIBA World Championship medals
(gold in 1986 and 1990; bronze in 1994) and five more medals at the Goodwill
Games, Pan Am Games and World University Games. She was named the USA Basketball
Female Athlete of the Year in 1988 and 1992. Before stepping onto the International
stage, she was a two-time Kodak All-America (1986, 1987) and the 1987 WBCA
National Player of the Year at the University of Georgia.