The clean courts at Hofheinz Pavilion are perfect for a great game of basketball in Houston.
Every great place has a restaurant on the side. When you come to this club, it's no different.
Let the kids come too! Little ones love the activities at this club just as much as their parents do.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Have trained two players that play Division 1 basketball and a third who is receiving division one offers.
Christopher Burroughs and Evarista Reyes both know something about setting lofty goals for themselves—Burroughs starting working on his vertical at a young age with the hopes of learning to dunk by eighth grade; Reyes started training to become a figure model after having two children. At God Body Sports, they encourage youths and adults to push themselves to equally ambitious goals. Their clients compete in everything from track to football, benefiting from Reyes and Burroughs' training regimens and nutrition advice.
The National Basketball Academy's instructors host clinics, training sessions, and tournaments for various age groups. Their coaching helps participants improve all aspects of their performance on the court, from shooting to defense, and their youth programs nurture sports skills in children as young as kindergarten. They also set up teams and leagues that allow players to compete in a supportive, friendly environment.
FunDMental Hoops is a basketball training organization whose camps, clinics, and events launch young players toward trophies. Its courts are the domain of founders Karon Bradley and Jeremiah Boswell, a retired pro basketball player whose credentials and awards speak to his sharply honed skills. Karon helped put his Marquette University team in the NCAA Final Four, while Jeremiah earned two Defensive Player of the Year awards at Columbia University. Today they both play professionally overseas—where basketballs spin counterclockwise instead of clockwise—but when they're stateside they're coaching kids alongside fellow FunDMental trainers.
Get Air brings the backyard-trampoline experience indoors—and then takes it to the next level. Individually sewn trampolines cover thousands of square feet on the main court, sitting flat or at an angle to the wall. Visitors have ample room to bounce through the air or fling themselves into foam pits, all while cameras record and replay spectacular landings on flat screens. In addition to the open-jump areas, Get Air includes separate sections for trampoline dodgeball games and gravity-defying slam dunks on padded basketball hoops. Elsewhere, a slackline and a wobbly rope ladder challenge balance skills. Get Air even features a separate play area for small children, who safely bounce under the watchful eyes of their parents and NASA talent scouts.