What if you knew what you know now, back when you 1st started playing basketball? how much better would you be?
What if you knew what a high level basketball teacher, trainer, and coach-consultant knew? Would you be open to training yourself on your own time, schedule, and watch? (a super competitive advantage)
Basketball is played at 90% mental and 10% physical. what does that mean? When lebron plays you can only see the physical skillsets (dribble, pass, shooting, and ect.)
What you dont see is the cause or 90 % mental game inside his mind (basketball IQ, reading IQ, decision making, vision, timing, anticipation, etc.)
The best players in the world on any level regardless of sport, are the smartest. You can only do (skillsets), what you know (IQ)! So why give the 10% physical skillsets priority and attention over the 90% mental skills that give you the most return on your investment?
I am different because i focus on building players from the mind down (90% focus base). while most trainers focus on building from the ground up (10% focus based). The difference between the two are night and day. Ground up is very difficult, hard, stressful, and leaves so much potential on the table, so not worth it. Mind down approach is the very opposite and saves you time, money, energy , pain, and wasted effort!
I have been a basketball junkie since i was 10 years old. I am a student of the game who loves to study, gym rat that loves to train, and a former real hooper that loved to play.
This is my passion, purpose, and mission to teach players how to train themselves. This is something i wish i had growing up.
Evolution is the end game and im proud to share what i learned in my 2 basketball careers.1st being my physical prime and second being my comeback from first unexpected retirement of 5 years. The 2nd career was a personal testing that lead to to my mental prime.
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