2nd To None Basketball's
programs are where the good players become great and the great players become elite!
Join us as we offer elite weekly group workouts year-round for athletes who want to dominate when the season arrives. There are NO excuses to not put the work in and become the player you want to be.
Winter 1 | Nov 7-Dec 28
All Out Grind | Sundays | 12-1 PM | 11/12 - 12/17 | By Request Only
In Season Grind | Sundays | 1-2 PM | 11/12 - 12/17 | Elite Level
Elite Baller Class | Sundays | 2-3 PM | 11/12 - 12/17 | Advanced Level
Break Out Ballers | Sundays | 3-4 PM | 11/12 - 12/17 | Intermediate Level
Smaller Ballers | Wednesdays | 5:30-6:30 PM | 11/15 - 12/20 | Beginner Level (CLASS FULL)
Vertimax Workout | Tue & Thr | 6-6:30 PM | 11/7 - 12/28 | Age 10+
All 2nd to None classes and sessions are held at the Freeland SportsZone.
You can gain access to 2nd to None group classes by completing the form below to sign up for a half season (4-Weeks) or a full season (8-Weeks) package. You can also choose to book class on an individual drop-in basis by using the drop-in booking calendars. NOTE: Cancellations less than 24 hours prior to the scheduled class are not eligible for refund or reschedule.
Click a Flyer in the Gallery for a specific class's information & complete the form below to SAVE $ on a class package with 2nd to None!
Available by request only: Hoopers can take advantage of Matt Park's training in All Out Grind and private training sessions!
To request a space in private buddy sessions, contact 2nd to None now.
2nd to None owner, Matt Parks was a 2010 Detroit Free Press All-State selection. He played at the collegiate level himself and also has 3+ years of college coaching experience. Matt has worked extensively with numerous players who have gone on to play college basketball and/or receive a scholarship to play collegiate hoops.
Matt doesn't only teach, he encourages. He boosts your confidence during workouts. He knows what it takes to work hard and knows the skills needed to achieve one's best. I would like to thank Matt for his dedication with me and helping me develop some the the toughest skills I needed for college basketball.