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Our training system is not based only on skills development but on the 4th pillars to success MENTAL, TACTICAL, PHYSICAL and TECHNICAL

We train the athletes to be well-rounded healthy individuals, capable of leadership with strong ethics and teamwork characters.

We work in collaboration with a team of Sports Psychologists and Physical Trainers to cover all the aspects of coaching.



As Certified Skills Enhancement Trainers by "I’m Possible Training", which is an influential alliance of trainers and coaches collectively changing the world of basketball through unbiased approach to the game, Instead of teaching skills based on personal opinion, system or team philosophies, We break down any and every skill that players are find to be effective, in order to help any player find success with every coach and every system.



We use the newest and most innovative training methods and also the I'm Possible Training way.

We study every aspects of the game and training on a daily basis in order to offer  only excellence in what we do.

We also work with a team of Sport Psychologists and Physical Trainers to cover all the aspects of coaching.

As part of the I'm Possible Training Organization, we are most known for changing the face of basketball training with our innovative, unique and proprietary training methods. I'm Possible methods and training tools can be seen used around the globe, but the purpose behind the methods is often lost. In fact, I'm Possible launched its world-class basketball skill development certification process for this very reason, to ensure that the purpose behind our innovation was properly understood and executed with players.

We often hear coaches and trainers yell out towards players a list of commands. "Get low." "Use your off hand." "Drop your shoulder." These are the methods of pure and simple training. Vocal commands to the player represent a training approach we call "personal accountability." The player is being asked to perform certain actions and hold themselves accountable to the wish and desire of their coach or trainer. The problem is, personal accountability is difficult. A player may feel like they are doing exactly as they are supposed to  but those in attendance can see the truth. I'm Possible's innovative approach utilizes a different kind of accountability. We call it "forced accountability." Instead of yelling at a player to get low, we utilize training tools to physically force the action upon them. Grabbing a Rip Cone, for instance, forces the player to get low, use their off hand, or drop their shoulder. In other words, through the use of innovation, a player can know that they are performing the exercise correctly because the training tool itself forces the accountability. Therefore, we believe that both personal accountability and forced accountability serve a great purpose. Forcing accountability helps a player learn and master movements while personal accountability is necessary for them to demonstrate that the skill and movement has been learned. This is why I'm Possible Training has found such success. Through the use of both innovation and the simple, our players reach levels of success they never dreamed possible.