The first priority is to instill fundamentals into the basketball player and also to emphasize the importance of team basketball. If there’s one lesson you want to leave with them, it is this — no team is going to win unless each player contributes. Everybody has to learn how to dribble, pass, defend, rebound, and hustle if the team is to play well and succeed. Make it clear that unless everybody does their part, the team has very little chance of winning consistently.
I enjoy it because it is not work to me.
Coach Smith was awesome! He’s so knowledgeable about basketball and knows what it takes to get your child to the collegiate level. My daughter started playing basketball at 14 , which is pretty late for most athletes, however, Coach Smith was able to focus on the areas she needed help in; such as her footwork and defense. She’s a natural shooter but still needed a lot of help in other areas, he helped tremendously. She improved so much and even had confidence in her game. Overall, he was patient and encouraged her to push herself. Ultimately, the skills and confidence he instilled my daughter helped her get her Basketball scholarship. My daughter still trains with Coach Smith when she visits from school. I’d definitely recommend him!
Typical training is tailored to the individual based on his or her skill and needs. The goal is to make the individual a better player that can fit any system and have them progress as an individual. There is no substitute to hard for hardwork. Working not only hard, but smart and efficient to obtain results faster.
I have gained my knowledge of training from a circle of professional trainers that included James Harden's personal trainer and Draymond Green's personal trainer. My recent student just recieved an basketball scholarship to an division two college.