Anthony Eggleton has been training High School and College level athletes for the past 30 years. Olympic athletes, High School and College All-Americans, NFL and Professional Basketball players have all worked under the tutelage of one of the most creative sports performance coaches in the country. His strength training and off –court / field drills dramatically improve foot speed and agility, overall strength and optimal conditioning levels for all athletes. His expertise has allowed him to train players from around this country and abroad.
He served as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Ohlone College Men’s Basketball Team for 5 years. He developed and implemented a year round training program specific to basketball. Additionally, for three years Anthony was the Strength and Conditioning for Piedmont High School’s men’s and women’s programs. Coach Ant served in the same capacity for Salesian High School, for seven years and won two state championships. Most recently Coach Ant worked with 2016 division girl state champions East Side Prep of Palo Alto, California.
Anthony is the Director and Owner of Advanced Sports Training Institute, considered by many to be one of the top training programs for athletes in Northern_ California.
Quentin Isaiah Thomas aka Q, born February 28th 1986. He is the son of Loretta and John Thomas and the older brother of Asha Thomas. Quentin was raised in Oakland California where
he attended Oakland technical high school. While attending Oakland tech and playing varsity basketball all four years Quentin helped lead Oakland tech to 4 League championships and two state
championship appearances. He averaged 18 points, eight rebounds, and eight assists. He's a two-time team captain and two-time NorCal champion. As a senior Q scored a season high of 30 points and had
44 assist in one three game span as a senior, which earned him MVP honors. Throughout his high school career Q played along the side of former NBA Player Leon
Following his senior season at Oakland Tech, Quentin was awarded a full ride scholarship to the University of North Carolina, which he was apart of Roy Williams’s first recruiting class at UNC. He was the top back up point guard for Dallas Mavericks guard Raymond Felton. Amongst Felton, Quentin played with Charlotte Hornets Marvin Williams who Happened to be his roommate their freshman year. Shortly after Q would then play with San Antonio Spurs Danny Green, Indiana Pacers Ty Lawson and Charlotte Hornets Tyler Hansbrough. Q was apart of the UNC 2005 national championship team. He has appeared in the final four twice, he's won two ACC championships and two league championships. Throughout all of his accomplishments Quentin has remained humbled and is continuing to keep God first.