For nearly 2 decades, Dorian Lee has been considered one of the foremost authorities in basketball player development. Having worked with over 4,500 athletes worldwide. Our clientele represents a who’s who of basketball notables that include nationally ranked high school talent, elite college players, International, Olympic, WNBA, and NBA athletes. Dorian’s training is rooted in explosive movement, functional movement (movement that directly impacts in-game performance), quick release shooting, seamless transitional ball handling, explosive post play, and explosive finishing. Holding a degree in Health Science and a NESTA certified Speed, Agility, and Quickness trainer, Dorian incorporates cutting edge physiological research with his training techniques that offer athletes a complete explanation and understanding of what it is that they do and why it works.
Author of two of the best selling instructional DVDs, the Art of the Quick Release and Explosive Finishing Moves Dorian’s unique training style and techniques has been sought out by sports agencies and professional athletes from around the entire world. Having trained all levels in 6 countries, Dorian has been lead trainer for professional camps in Spain and France while serving as lead trainer for elite youth camps in Japan, France, Belize, and Colombia.
Few sports psychology consultants have acquired the extensive athletic accolades as Tamara has during her career. A former professional basketball player, Tamara spent seven years playing in the WNBA, Europe and Asia, before dedicating herself to understanding the science of how the brain influences athletic performance.
With more than 10 years of experience working with athletes, coaches and sports organizations, she continues to help athletes navigate, manage, and master the brain's neurological, emotional, and psychological messaging during athletic competition. Tamara works with athletes, parents and coaches, helping them master and optimize communication between the mind and body to improve performance and achieve individual, team and organizational performance goals.