"There's the wrong way, there's the right way and then there's the Jog-way."
Who am I?
Josh Jogwe - Founder / Head Trainer
Josh Jogwe is a business graduate from the University of California, Irvine. He specializes in Finance, Economics, and Marketing. Josh is a current Financial Advisor, self-published author, Raya Foundation Board member, former Finance Intern for the city of Santa Ana, Rap Manager at Observatory OC, and Co-founder/Board member of the UCI Black Gentleman's club. Josh is the eldest of 4 siblings and on his free time enjoys training children in the sport of basketball.
Coach Josh was a 4 year standout varsity basketball player and 2 year all-league track and field athlete at Segerstrom High school in Santa Ana. Coach Josh played AAU ball for the Santa Ana Aztecs and is now their Head Skills Trainer and Head coach of their 11U team, and skills trainer for OC Magic Elite Basketball in Laguna Hills. Coach Josh also played with Los Angeles Harbor College in Long Beach for a summer and now trains up to 13 athletes in a week. He is also a 2020-2021 Licensed USA Basketball Gold Coach.
Coach Josh was invited as one of the top 55 trainers in Orange County to Coach the 3rd grade level at the Ballislife Jr. All American Camp in 2015 & 2016. This camp featured 500 of the best basketball players from around the country from grades 2nd-8th.
Coach Josh has trained all levels from beginner up to HS, College, Pro and was invited in 2016 as an assistant trainer for the LA Clippers Summer Camp, and summer camp for Boston Celtics Center - Enes Kanter.
EZ Buckets Basketball is also listed as the #1 Basketball Trainer on Yelp for Santa Ana and #3 in Orange County.
Charleston Moore - Assistant Trainer
Charleston Moore was a 4 year standout varsity player at Villa Park HS in Villa Park, CA. Coach Charleston is an assistant trainer for EZ Buckets and has played AAU at the top level for teams: Gamepoint OC, LA Elite and Gametime Elite.
Charleston was also selected to be apart of the U-17 Filipino USA National Basketball Team where he traveled across the US but also overseas representing his Filipino heritage. Playing against and alongside top NBA prospects. Charleston also played for Westcliff University in Irvine before deciding to make the switch to training. On his free time Coach Charleston loves learning about real estate and teaching kids the game of basketball.