While I started tutoring in the Civil Air Patrol (Air Force Auxiliary Cadet Program) in my late teens, my passion for teaching and developing the skills of those eager to learn has never wavered. I began in CAP teach cadets about Aerospace History, Leadership Skills and Physical Training. Over a decade has passed and I've refined my passions and approach to focus on the experience I've gained and the skills I feel I have the most to offer regarding teaching.
I specialize in Athletic/Fitness training with a focus on Basketball Fundamentals and Conditioning which includes Strength & Aerobic training. I'm also available to tutor Public Speak and English Creative Writing, specifically aspects of Fiction & Non-Fiction, Poetry, and Lyrical Composition.
Over my entire adolescent and adult life, I have worked in and been involved with industries and organizations which required high levels of communication both in person to executives and in front crowds of peers and other industry professionals. During this time I have always been commended and sought out for advice regarding my speaking and writing abilities as well as my poise and presence.
My parents signed me up to play Baseball when I was six years old and I played until I was seventeen with some years of Basketball sprinkled in between. Although circumstances were never exactly conducive to professional aspirations, acquired a wealth of knowledge from my various coaches and athletic professionals I had the honor of working with. I specifically focus on development of Basketball basics such as lateral movement, hand, eye, and foot coordination, which tie into the fundamentals of effective on ball and team defense as well as offensive awareness and execution.
While I started tutoring in the Civil Air Patrol (Air Force Auxiliary Cadet Program) in my late teens, my passion for teaching and developing the skills of those eager to learn has never wavered. I began in CAP teach cadets about Aerospace History, Leadership Skills and Physical Training.
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