Similar to many businesses before , DubeZone was manifested by an idea over lunch. After a conversation regarding the overall well being of children living in the Englewood community, Michael Dube and his wife Rachel proposed that they put their past experiences in both business and fitness coaching towards a greater purpose: What you see before you is the result.
“If you have never had the privilege of having Mike Dube coach your kid…you are losing out. I have never seen a more committed, talented and fun loving guy who is basically a ‘kid magnet.’ My son David can be a tough customer, quitting classes as soon as he is signed up. David can’t wait to attend baseball practice and games. He is taking the sport seriously and loves going. Dube also instills midot of what is right and wrong and how to treat and support fellow teammates. This is stuff that cannot be measured.
We love Mike and we know you will too. Don’t miss out on having Dube coach your kids!”Janice Lieberman
“This letter is in support of Michael Dube and the DubeZone sports center. I met Michael this year as he began to coach my son Noah in T- ball. I have had multiple interactions with him since. I have found him to be passionate, patient and motivating to all the kids he coaches. He has gone out of his way to spend extra time with Noah after practice. In fact, we are so impressed with his knowledge and ability to interact with the kids that we hired him once a week to work with both my boys.
As a surgeon, it is in my daily job description to meet an individual, understand their problem and gain their confidence in a short period of time. Mike has those same qualities. I have the utmost confidence in his ability and I can assure you I will be first in line to sign my kids up for the DubeZone once it is opened.”Michael D. Stifelman, MD
“I just wanted to thank you for giving my son, Bentzion, the opportunity to take your 3rd grade basketball class at The JCT. After his first class, he was able to implement what he learned and score 8 points at his next league game, a record for him. Thanks to your dedicated coaches and the non-competitive atmosphere, Bentzion is more motivated to learn and practice than ever. Thanks again!”Deborah Goldberg Fiorino
“Each year, The Guttenberg Center for Special Services of the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades organizes Special Games—Special People, a field day for children and adults with special needs. With the help of volunteers, close to 200 participants enjoy a day of music, games, food and fun. Mike Dube has volunteered each of the last four years.
His service to our children and adults with special needs starts months before the event, when he helps to recruit volunteers and to publicize the Games in the community. At each Games event, he acts as a coach and cheering section for those who participate and a role model for the many children and teens who volunteer. He is indispensable and we look forward to many more years of continued partnership.”Teresa Stahl