Take control of your development
We believe that player development should be a process to master skills, not just learn them. In today’s personal training environment, too many trainers pack a month with training sessions and never give a player a chance to fully develop what was taught before moving on to the next skill.
Players see better results training with us because we confront new weaknesses and dive deeper into the game. We only work with player 2-3 times per month so they have the needed time to rep and learn new skills before moving on to new ones. This is why players see much better results working with us.
Personal training with us give players access to our online training system and training app. These online tools provide videos of the skills and methods we teach as well as the ability for trainers to communicate directly with players to provide notes and tips.
In addition to the online tools, players also receive our Certified Player Handbook. This allows players to take their own notes after each session and track their progress. The playbook is full of tips, terminology, and much more.
Personal training has 2 levels. Both levels come with everything listed above while level 2 comes with additional benefits. Also, the number of times you can work with each trainer varies based on the trainer you select. Chose one of the trainers below to get started and find out more about what comes with each level of training.
Mark Kinnebrew has been coaching & training since 2002. In 2015, Mark met Micah Lancaster (Founder of I’m Possible Training and arguably the best in the business) and became a certified I’m Possible Trainer himself. Since that time Mark has become…
“…one of the best trainers there are, and he’s right here in North Dakota.”
Marks passion and love for the players and for the game is what sets his program a part from any other program around.Choose Mark Kinnebrew
Marcus Crowder is from Madison Wisconsin and was a 2-year starter at Madison East High School. After high school he attended Bismarck State College where he was also a 2-year starter and became a member of the 1000 point club. Marcus had opportunities to play professionally overseas but has now transitioned from player to trainer and is ready to get young players to the next level.Choose Marcus Crowder
Ben Weisbeck is from Bismarck, North Dakota and was a four year starter at St. Mary’s Central High School. After high school, he attended Augustana University in Sioux Falls, SD where he became a NCAA DII national champion in 2016. He transferred to the University of Jamestown where he started for during his last year of eligibility. He became a student assistant coach for his final year of school and has transitioned into a coaching and training roll. He is looking forward to pass on his passion, knowledge and love of the game to young players and help them succeed.Choose Ben Weisbeck