The movement isn't just about training with innovation and basketball, the mission is to "separate" yourself from others. You will learn not to just train HARD but to train SMART! Once you separate yourself you will learn methods to enhance yourself as a player with multiple styles of training.
FOUNDER & HEAD TRAINER
Marcus Hodges is a certified I’m Possible National Innovator and Pro Master Skills Coach as well as a director of I’m Possible’s Raleigh based Certified Training Center locations. Inspired by and working directly with Micah Lancaster, he specializes in foot speed and footwork, stance, agility, core strength, coordination, balance, shooting, and overall athleticism while increasing focus and efficiency of a player’s individual skills.
Coach Aaron Layne has been a trainer alongside Marcus since 2014. Coach Aaron is a Master Skills Coach and International Skills Trainer. Coach Aaron has trained in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, China, England, Qatar, and all across the states. He specializes in footwork, stance, ball handling, game like situations, shooting, and overall athleticism while increasing each player’s individual skills and efficiency. Coach Aaron is also the head coach of Cedar Creek Middle School Girls Basketball team!
Jeffrey Kizer Jr. Is our head middle school basketball Skills Trainer at Separation Team. He is 21 Years old and has been training since the age of 16! He is also a basketball coach with his own AAU organization, Team Legacy. This upcoming year will be year 4 for Team Legacy. Coach Jeffrey played basketball from age five until high school. He holds the scoring record at Southern Wake Academy with 37 points! "My goal as a trainer is helping develop each one of my players to their full potential!
Coach Simeon, "Simi" has 4 years of high school basketball experience at Menomonee Falls high school and 2 years of juco at Wake Technical Community College. He specializes in ball handling, footwork, overall game situation, defense, and conditioning. He plans on transferring to a 4 year and continuing his basketball career, as well as finishing his major in sports management and minoring in business. Coach Simi's long-term goal is to play overseas basketball.
"I love training because I get to implement my own style of training and I watch kids develop overall as players and individuals."