THE WORLD’S LARGEST BASKETBALL TRAINING MOVEMENT
Training the future, today
Revolution Basketball Training
Two locations in the state of CT serving athletes of all ages and skills…from elementary school to Pro! We train to help athletes achive THEIR highest level.
Join the Revolution
Revolution Basketball Training is located in Manchester and Milford, CT. We train athletes to manage and develop their skills through Individual, Intense, & Innovative (the “Triple I”) basketball skill development in a small group setting with a consistent practice regimen.
What We Do
Teaching and demonstrating high-level skill development, RBT’s Skill Specialists break down footwork, body positioning, ball handling, and shooting mechanics with intensity, speed, and repetition to help athletes become better players.
We focus on skill enhancement. We will ask our students to go outside their comfort zone to figure out their weaknesses and work on them.
What To Expect
Revolution Basketball Training is not a traditional basketball gym. There is not even a full court, so there are no games. It is a no-nonsense basketball training center where athletes receive specialized instruction on basketball fundamentals with innovative Skill Specialist techniques.
Athletes will be using proprietary training tools such as weighted medicine balls, tennis balls, rip cones, footwork mats, and optimized backboards. In addition, they will visually learn and correct their movements with the aid of our instant feedback monitors.
WHY CHOOSE REVOLUTION BASKETBALL TRAINING
FOCUSED TRAINING METHOD
Our optimized skill enhancement uses proprietary training tools and comprehensive innovative training techniques.
Skill specialists & mentors
Not only do our basketball Skill Specialists teach and demonstrate high-level skill development they also become great mentors to help your athletes.
Our instant feedback monitors help athletes visually learn and correct patterns to achieve better results.
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MEET OUR skill specialists
Jaquann Starks | Location: Manchester
Jaquann attended Classical Magnet High School in Hartford, CT, where he remains the all-time leading scorer as well as the all-time leader in three-point field goals. He finished his high school career with 1,789 points and was also a two-time All-State athlete, and a two-time school athlete of the year. He also led the Classical team to a conference championship and reached the CIAC Class S State Finals in 2011. Jaquann continued his playing career at Trinity College in Hartford, CT in the prestigious NCAA Division III NESCAC league.
As a freshman, he topped the NESCAC rankings in three-point field goal percentage and led Trinity in three-point field goals, free throws, and scoring. As a sophomore, he led the team in scoring, assists, three-pointers, minutes played, and assist-to-turnover ratio. In doing so, Jaquann earned a spot on the NESCAC All-Sportsmanship Team. As a junior, Jaquann led the Bantams in scoring, three-pointers, three-point shooting percentage, free throws, and foul shooting percentage.
In recognition, Jaquann made the All-NESCAC First Team, Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III New England All-Star Third Team, and D3Hoops.com All-Northeast Region Fourth Team. In his senior year, Jaquann helped lead his team to the NCAA Division III Elite Eight. For his final year, he joined the Trinity 1,000-Point Club, broke the all-time record for three-point field goals made, and finished his career as 12th on the all-time scoring list. As a Skill Specialist, Jaquann trains top college, high school, and middle school athletes throughout Connecticut, including the following professional players: Danny Lawhorn, Jared Wilson, Kahari Beaufort, Alyssa Velles, Shawn Selton, and Elijah Pemberton.
“Jaquann is amazing. My daughter looks forward to every single session, whether it is in a Skill Lab or personal training. He’s seriously committed to helping her grow both athletically and mentally.”
“Jaquann has awoken my daughter’s love of basketball. She looks forward to going. She has more confidence… So much more comfortable with ball handling.”
“After [my son had] a foot injury, Jaquann created specific skill enhancement to compensate for the inquiry and we trained around it for a few weeks. This allowed him to focus on improving in those areas that he had the physical ability to do but needed work on. It was creative and my son loved that he was losing time.”
Rashard Rodriguez | Location: Milford
Rashard attended Trumbull High School (Class of 2015) and Western Connecticut State University. He was also a part of Team USA East Coast and the EuroProBasket Summer League in Spain. In high school, Rashard was a two-year captain of his team, an All-State LL All-Star, and joined the 1,000-Point Club. He was a member of the All-FCIAC 1st Team and MSG Varsity All-Connecticut 2nd Team. During his college years, Rashard was a three-year starter and a two-year Captain. He was the 8th All-Time Shot Blocker and 10th All-Time 3P Made. Rashard developed and ran his own camps, clinics, and has coached AAU teams.
Nick Fenton | Location: Manchester
Bio coming soon.
Mark Lindberg | Location: Manchester + Milford
Attended Southington High School where he was a two sport athlete playing basketball & competing in Track & Field. He finished his senior season being name First Team All Central Connecticut Conference & First Team All New Britain Herald after leading his team in points, rebounds, assists, free throw and field goal percentage.
After High School, he attended Division ll Post University to continue his basketball career, despite a coaching change following his commitment to the school. During this time, Mark met his mentor and future fellow RBT trainer Jaquann Starks who trained & mentored him while recovering from foot injuries.
Following his sophomore year, Mark transferred Plymouth State University. As a Tri-Captain, he led PSU to more wins and a deeper Little East Conference tournament run than they had seen in nearly 20 years.
Mark also joined the PSU coaching staff as an Assistant Coach during the 2020-2021 season.
Mark graduated with a degree in Sports Management and is an avid runner outside of the Skill Lab.
Steve johnston | Location: Manchester + milford
Steve attended St Luke’s High School in New Canaan, CT where Steve was a 1000-point scorer and 2 time All NEPSAC Team recipient. After high school, Steve attended Fairfield University where he captained the team his senior year and faced off against the NCAA Champions, Duke University. Steve became a regular in the lineup over his tenure at Fairfield, appearing in 15 of the team’s final 18 games his senior season. Steve’s perseverance and love for the game propelled him from walk-on to starter in four years with the Fairfield Stags. After he graduated, Steve played professionally – playing a season in Canada. After coaching at the prep school level, Steve studied the I’m Possible skill methodology and spent a year working under renowned NBA skills trainer, DJ Sackman, and was Head Trainer at The Hoop School in New Jersey.
Dylan Murray | Location: Manchester
Dylan Murray is a Connecticut Sun practice player since 2020. He comes to Revolution from Williston High School (Florida) where he was first team All-Area. Dylan went on to play three years for Lasell University (COVID interruption.)
In the 2019 season he tied the school record for made 3 pointers in a game and averaged 12ppg, shooting 38% from the field and multiple 30 point games.
Dylan graduated Lasell University with a degree in exercise science.
Jack Button | Location: Manchester
Bio coming soon.
Adily Martucci | Location: Manchester
In 2020, Adily was inducted into the All-Decade CT Girls High School Basketball Team quantifying her outstanding high school career at Waterford High School that includes various designations like: All State and All Area selection, an ECC Championship and the coveted US Marine Corp Distinguished Athlete Award.
Adily attended Quinnipiac University where she was the team captain during the college’s historic NCAA sweet sixteen appearance in 2017. In her senior season, Adily’s key moments include: – 2017 MAAC Tournament MVP, 2016-17 All-MAAC Second Team, played in all 36 games (25 starts) and averaged 10.4 points (39.8 FG%, 34.7 3FG%, 90.9 FT%), 2.6 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 1.7 steals in 26.3 minutes per game.
After college Adily was a member of the Puerto Rican national team and qualified for the 2018 Olympics in Tokyo. In addition, Adily played professionally in Puerto Rico and Ireland prior to the COVID shutdown. You might also see Adily on the court as she is also a referee.