Training Experience : 16
Age : 30

Mark Balck has been playing sports since 5yrs of age. While juggling two sports Football/Basketball throughout his adolescent years he found his true passion for Basketball at Miami Killian High School. He was a 3-year starter as Point Guard and led the team in assist, steals, and minutes played per game. He won Defensive Player of the year 2 consecutive years. Mark was given the scholarship to attend South Carolina State University.

Training Experience
After college Mark returned to Miami
where he began his coaching legacy. In 1997 he coached his sons team at the local YMCA organization where they won the championship. Mark continued to coach and train kids throughout the state of Florida playing in different leagues USSA, Boys and Girls Club, YBOA, AAU, Suniland, South Miami and YMCA. After 16 years of winning championship games Mark decided to devote more time to train kids with the fundamentals of basketball, elevate their skills and build confidence that has allowed kids to make their school teams & receive college basketball scholarships.
Training Skills
  • Training Technical 100 %
  • Post Moves 100 %
  • Rebounding 100 %
  • Shooting 100 %
  • Ball Handling / Passing 100 %
  • Defense 100 %
  • Footwork 100 %
  • Moving Without the Ball 100 %
  • Reading the Floor 100 %
  • Agility / Attacking the Rim 100 %
  • Pick and Roll 100 %

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Born and raised in Miami Florida. Went to St.Brendan Elementary/Middle and also went to St.Brendan high school. Earned a Bachelors Degree in Psychology at Florida International University. He  Started playing organized basketball at 4 years old and hasn't stopped playing since. He was also Captain of his JV team and two-year varsity player.

I've played and been passionate about the sport of basketball since the age of 5. I've played under dozens of coaches and parks across Miami from the age of 5, through junior high(middle school today), and junior year in high school, where I was forced to stop playing because of injury. I learned a lot throughout the years with an emphasis on fundamentals. Never have I lost the love for basketball.