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MVP PERSONAL TRAINING
MEET OUR COACHES

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Coach Kenny Davis (Owner and Baseball Trainer)

Kenny has a lifelong background with baseball with experience competing and graduating from Oklahoma City University. Kenny played CF there as an All-American competing in the NAIA World Series here in Tulsa. Kenny enjoyed his playing days, but has loved coaching and inspiring all ages these past 10 years.

 

Focusing on hitting and defensive techniques that matter, Coach Kenny will make the lessons informative, easy to understand and implement, and fun for your athlete.

Book Coach Kenny's lessons HERE.

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Coach Brandon Ishem (Speed and Agility and Football Trainer)

Coach Brandon Ishem, graduated from Tulsa Central high School. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from (NSU) Northeastern State University in health and kinesiology, where he was a two-time all-conference football player.

 

He coached football at Madison Middle School for three years and at Memorial High School for four years.  Focusing solely on building Speed and Agility, Coach Ishem specializes in equipping youth with skills necessary to become an all around athlete.

 

Coach Ishem spends countless hours developing youth athletes and encouraging them to push beyond the imitations of society. He stands by three principles of success: Desire, Discipline, and Dedication. 

Book Coach Brandon's Personal Sessions HERE  and Group Class HERE.

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Coach Macey Turley (Softball and Baseball Trainer)

Coach Macey Turley is a graduate of Broken Arrow High School and the University of Oklahoma. During her high school career the Lady Tigers won the state championship and Macey was awarded All-State honors as a first baseman. Through her hard work and dedication, she earned a softball scholarship from the University of Oklahoma where she played first base, outfield and was a successful designated hitter and was a part of the first National Championship, under the leadership of Coach Patty Gasso. Macey earned several athletic and academic awards during her tenure at OU. 

 

Coach Macey currently spends her time developing athletes of all ages reach their specific goals by working with each athlete on a personal and individual level. Macey’s love and passion for diamond sports is palpable as she relays instructions and drills to her athletes.  

 

Macey believes that every athlete has the ability to work hard to reach their goals and she’s available to help them do that. 

Book Coach Macey HERE.

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Coach Joseph Hammond (Basketball Trainer)

Coach Joseph is a homeschool graduate and attends OSU where he preparing to receive his degree in Marketing this May. 

 

Joseph competed at a high level playing basketball in high-school in receiving all region honors, nationals MVP, was a Maravich Award finalist, and listed among one greatest players to come through NCHBC alongside the likes of Blake Griffin and Jeremy Lamb. Joseph spent a year at the D1 level for ORU Basketball. 

 

Joseph received his first coaching job with an AAU program out of Arkansas whom he coached to a State Championship. Joseph has purposed in his heart to deliver inspirational training and vision to the next generation as they hone their craft on and off the court, mentally, physically, and spiritually. 

Book Coach Joseph for basketball training HERE.

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Coach Vladimir Montilla (Baseball Trainer)

Coach Vlad graduated high school in Venezuela where he is from. Before he came to the U.S. Coach Vlad played professional baseball in Venezuela for one year after spending a few years with MLB camps such as the Yankees, White Sox , Rockies.

 

Coach Vlad played college ball in Laredo Texas. After playing in Laredo Vlad moved to Tulsa in 2003 where he volunteered at the Memorial High school baseball program. 

 

Coach Vlad is passionate about baseball development in young athletes specializing in fielding in all positions and hitting as well. 

Book Coach Vlad for baseball training HERE.

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Coach Tia Vonderharr (Softball Trainer and Facility Care)

Coach Tia Vonderharr has played softball for 16 years. Starting at a young age, she played multiple sports but ended up falling in love with softball. She played competitively on a travel team as she was homeschooled, traveling to multiple states. Playing shortstop and second base with the most RBI’s and earning multiple MVP awards. After graduation she went on to play college ball until a knee injury ended her ability to play. 

 

She has been an Adventure Guide at California Adventure Academy where she inspired kids to learn the joys of being outdoors. Whether she was teaching them how to fish, horsemanship, bush crafting, or how to throw a ball, she motivated them to stay active.

 

Coach Tia believes that being a good role model as well as being a good coach can show young athletes to stay true to their values and gives them the confidence they need to excel on the field.