Aurora, IL

(630) 466-0082

House of Speed's Basketball Academy

Dates:

Not Available at this time

Training Location:

Aurora Christian High School

2255 Sullivan Road

Aurora, IL 60506

 

Take your game to a new level
Athletes Will Learn:

  • Shooting Technique and Consistency

  • Ability to Attack off the Dribble

  • Quickness in the Feet and Hands

  • Explosive Power for Maximum Vertical

Cost: 8 sessions for $199

    *There is a 3.5% fee for credit card users

      call 630-466-0082 to pay via check or cash

Chad Trudo - Lead Basketball Instructor

Chad Trudo Basketball Bio

Chad Trudo currently serves as an Adjunct Professor and Director of Strength and Conditioning at Aurora University, where he designs and implements training programs for 24 NCAA Division III varsity sports teams.  Trudo holds performance certifications with the National Strength and Conditioning Association, USA Olympic Weightlifting, USA Track and Field, Functional Movement, and American Sports Education Organizations. 

 

With over 10 years of experience in the field of human performance, Trudo has worked with a wide variety of basketball athletes while holding positions with NCAA Division I Loyola University Chicago and University of Dayton (OH).  Trudo has also spent time with the Houston Rockets assisting with team training and combine testing for potential draft picks.


Trudo is no stranger to the area as he spent his high school basketball career (2005-2009) at Yorkville High School.  As a player at Yorkville he accrued a record of 95-18 and scored over 1,300 points.  In college, Trudo attended NCAA Division III Aurora University. As four-time captain, Trudo was a three-time Northern Athletics Conference scholar-athlete and two-time NAC All-Conference selection. He finished as a member of the 1,000-point club with 1,333 points, 13th all-time. Trudo was part of three NCAA tournament and NAC championship teams while being named Conference Player of the Year in his senior campaign (2009).

Trudo also has engaged in research including publishing a manuscript titled Relationships between Isokinetic Core Strength and Field Based Athletic Performance Tests in Male Collegiate Baseball Players in the Journal of Exercise Science with the Journal of Exercise Physiology Online.  During his tenure, he has also presented several research abstracts (July 2017, November 2017, May 2018, July 2018) with the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) and American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).

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