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  • We have three trainers that do 1 on 1 training with kids: Coach Ty Ketz, Coach Jake Hendricks, and Coach Ryan Borowicz

  • Each trainer will tailor the workout to your child and help them improve on specific parts of their game

  • If you want to do a workout with 2-4 kids, instead of just one, you can schedule it like a 1 on 1 online and email Ashley at to let us know how many kids will be in attendance. You will then pay for the extra kids upon arrival for the session

  • Each session with a trainer is 1 hour long

  • Coach Ty Ketz

    • 1:1 = $60              1:2-4 = $30 per player​

  • Coach Jake Hendricks

    • 1:1 = $60              1:2-4 = $30 per player​

  • Coach Ryan Borowicz

    • 1:1 = $80​             1:2-4 = $40 per player

  • To view availability for each of our trainers click the button below to login to your account.  Then go to "Schedule An Appointment" to see specific trainers availability

  • We currently have the trainers schedules out through MARCH 1ST, 2024.  The times that appear online are the only times left available.  If nothing appears the trainer is fully booked.

Ty Ketz


Clayton, WI


Ripon College


Playing Career: 

High School:

Basketball: 1,300+ Career Points; 2X All-State Team [PG]

Football: 2X All-Region Team [QB]; Top-20 Most Passing Yards All-Time WI Single Game

Baseball: 4X All-Conference Team [Pitcher/Shortstop]


1,000+ Career Points; School’s All-Time Leader Career FT%; 40% Career 3FG%


Coaching Career: 

High School Assistant Coach:

Oshkosh Lourdes Boy’s Basketball, Clayton Girl’s Basketball, Baldwin-Woodville Football-Boy’s Basketball-Baseball

High School Head Coach:

Saint Croix Central Girl’s Basketball

College Assistant Coach:

Ripon College Men’s Basketball

Practice Squad Coordinator:

Wisconsin Glo


Training Career:

Six Years Experience; Trained All Ages and Skill Levels Ranging from Elementary School to Professional [Men & Women]

Jake hendricks

Jake Hendricks graduated from Sky View High School in Smithfield, Utah in 2016. During his freshman year he played varsity and was a part of their 4A State Championship team. As a senior point guard, he led the team in scoring with 16.1 PPG and was awarded All-State honors. After high school Jake continued his basketball playing career at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, ID. During his time at CSI, he set the school record in career three pointers with 203 three pointers made. In his sophomore year at the College of Southern Idaho he started all 36 games and hit 108 three pointers, second in school history for a single season (39.1%). Jake's team made it to the National Junior College Championship game and he was awarded All-Region honors. After his time at CSI, he committed to the University of Wyoming. Jake was one of the most effective three point shooters in the Mountain West Conference in his junior year with the Cowboys shooting at 41%. During his senior season, Jake made 91 three pointers, which put him in the top 5 players in University of Wyoming history for three pointers made in a single season. The Cowboys made it to the semi-finals of the Mountain West Tournament. In just two years at the University of Wyoming Jake made 158 three pointers and is ranked in the top 10 for career three pointers.

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Ryan Borowicz

Ryan attended Ashwaubenon High School where he was a 2x Conference Player of the Year and All-State in basketball and football.  He was recruited by Wisconsin legend, Dick Bennett, to play at Green Bay where he was part of two NCAA Tournament Teams.  In Ryan's senior season he was ranked #4 in the nation for Div. 1 3pt shooting percentage (49.1%).  Professionally, Ryan played on several Athletes In Action teams that competed against top ranked Div.1 teams and against National and Professional teams overseas.  He also played in the SBL in Australia where he led his team in scoring at 24 ppg and led his team to the championship game and was selected to the league's all-star team.  Ryan is one of the most sought after shooting coaches in the state and has worked with over 30,000 kids in the past 15 years.  

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