The Jab N’ Go..
The Throw Across..
The Slow Spin..
The Inside Takeoff..
The Triple Cross..
The In N’ Out..
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Alex’s programs WORK. Best trainer on the web today. Use his knowledge!
Ram Patel, Current College Basketball Prospect
Just saying thank you, honestly, I’ve wasted money on other crap that didn’t work before but you are a real life saver and hero. Without you, I almost ended my career! Next year, it’s going to be amazing, you will be seeing me on ESPN and TV next year; hopefully I can meet you someday because you’re programs work, and I’m almost in tears… Now people fear me! I really appreciate it… You’ve changed my life!
Daunte E., Recent Verbal D-1 Commit
Lionel Greene, Current College Basketball Prospect
Samuel Franklin, Current College Basketball Prospect
Jaber Mohamed, Current College Basketball Prospect
I got 3 people just as bad today. Told my dad about it, and he didn’t believe me. He decided to play today, and I made him fall on his ass with it in the gym. Great stuff Alex. Deuces.
Daniel R., Current College Basketball Prospect
If your goal is to be a pro baller one day, learn how to handle like Alex does, it will get you on teams, it’s a valuable asset.
Ryan Lexer, 13-Year Israeli Professional Basketball Player
Modestas Masiulionis, Recent D-1 Verbal Commit
A month before tryouts this year, I couldn’t dribble between my legs. No joke. Now, using your ball-handling program, I’m the starting point guard on my high-school basketball team. At 6’4″. And I’m getting better.
You’re a genius and I thank you.
Leveticus McDonald, Current College Basketball Prospect
I’ve been practising acouple moves all week trying to get them down right, and yesterday when i went to the park to play ball with a bunch of people i was able to test them out. The people playing are playing in college or played basketball in highschool so i wasn’t playing against some scrubs or anything either. The first move i made was the jab, and i was suprised how well it worked.
The person defending me moved atleast 2 feet in that direction giving me tons of room to go buy, which i did. I tried the slow spin and the tripple cross, which all worked.
I havent gotten through all the moves yet but i have AAU tryouts coming up and I can’t wait to make these moves on the people defending me. Ill keep you updated, thanks so much for this great program!
James Saritelli, Current College Basketball Prospect
Dan Hines, Current College Basketball Prospect
Dave McManis, Basketball Coach
Stone Yun, Current College Basketball Prospect
Scott Martensen, Current College Basketball Prospect
UPDATE: “I was watching the OKC V Boston Game and I saw Kevin Durant do the Jab N Go EXACTLY how you taught me! He did the jab with single hand in the inside of his knee, then it shook Avery Bradley, then KD hit the step back jumper. Just like you.
Also Jeremy Lin has the BEST first step which is why he gets to the rim so much, that’s what you are teaching me in five second first step. Wow. This relates to so much of my game, NBA games and pick up games. AMAZING.
Oliver Knight, Australian Basketball Prospect
UPDATE: I just wanted to say that honestly, I have to give you major props again for Unguardable and 7 minute crossover. I’ve been out of basketball for almost 2 months because of jumper’s knee in both knees that made me miss about 75% of my season this year. I just started playing again this week and I’ve lost all my quickness and explosiveness that I had previously had that allowed me to get to the basket without as many moves as I probably should’ve had. Unguardable and 7 minute crossover have made the transition to playing without my athleticism a lot smoother than I thought it would ever be.
I was worried because I’m only 5’10 and my game is predicated on getting to the basket with my driving setting up my jump shot. I thought I wouldn’t have that for a while. But all the moves have worked to perfection and have allowed me to still get to the basket when when I know there is no way I should be beating people off the dribble right now. And I can use TAQ 2.0 to get my quickness back to make these moves even more effective. People better watch out when aau comes around because I now have an arsenal of moves. I can’t thank you enough man.
Samuel Franklin, Current College Basketball Prospect
Gabe Hilt, Current College Basketball Prospect
Jeremy Sy, Current College Basketball Prospect
Ira Holcomb, Current College Basketball Prospect
In a scrimmage after school i had caught the ball on the baseline so i quickly remembered the movie so i did it how you said and oh man did he fall for it bad! i mean it was soo nasty everyday in the gym went crazy and got on the ground and told me that was mean! haha the first time using it and it did wonders and i finished it with a pull-up jumper and made it it was an amazing feeling, making someone bite so hard one way effortless i cant wait to try other ones out tomorrow! GREAT STUFF!!!
Raymar Velez, Current College Basketball Prospect
UPDATE from Coby, Mitch’s Dad: Hey Alex, we received the Unguardable, Mitch man my son could hardly wait to get to the gym, He spent 5 hours at the gym perfecting each move both left and right, paying special attention to eye movement and timing.
The HS state playoffs are over so he is playing pickup games with Town Team basketball with 25 to 35 year old guys. First game he scored 52 points, not bad for a 15 year old. Mitch Moulton, Current College Basketball Prospect (and his dad, Coby!)
Mitch Moulton, Current College Basketball Prospect (and his dad, Coby!)