How To Effortlessly Teach Basketball To Any Age, Level And Ability
I try my best to provide you with the latest breakthroughs in sports science you can apply to your game so you give yourself, your player(s) or your team the edge.
Like when I shared the fastest, most effective way to learn new moves is by doing as many reps as possible in a given timeframe.
In case you missed it…
The science shows that when you do this, an athlete’s brain recognizes and remembers what’s correct and incorrect.
The move gets embedded into “muscle memory” when they sleep.
Learning skills efficiently is all about the density of repetitions.
Coach Adrian recently shared this message with me:
I can’t remember what topic Adrian was talking about.
As I said above, I try my best to share the latest insights from sports science, exercise physiology and performance when I come across it.
So you can apply it with your athletes to get them performing to the best of their ability.
Honestly, I have a hard time articulating scientific and physiological research.
Because I don’t have a deep knowledge of the subject.
It’s hard for me to communicate scientific research.
Like it’s hard for some coaches to communicate basketball concepts in a way their player(s) can understand and relate to.
When it comes to basketball, it’s completely different
But I can quickly and easily articulate any basketball concept to any coach or player in a way they remember.
Which allows me to quickly and effortlessly come up with new ways to deliver a principle, concept or teaching point.
And how to present the principle, concept or teaching point in a way that a young player will remember.
My favorite way to do this – as Adrian pointed out – is to use rhymes and references.
Like when I used to quote Tupac to some players and give references from things like Disney Movies to others.
Why am I sharing this?
The more you know about a topic…
And the more you fill your brain with techniques to deliver your message.
The easier it becomes to teach basketball effectively.
The more you think outside the box…
Like studying mental, emotional, spiritual player development strategies…
Also like learning about child psychology if you’re coaching kids…
Like making the effort to learn more about players who come from different backgrounds or broken homes…
The more you’re going to be able to deliver your message in a way that reaches players on a deep personal level.
That’s the secret.
Keep Getting After It
P.S. In case you’re looking for resources after reading this email…
- You can get access to my Full Basketball Curriculum which contains 130 proven basketball principles, 1200+ drills as well as countless mental and emotional strategies here
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- GBB works with players of all ages, levels and abilities so we can push them to reach their full potential.
My most memorable “before GBB and after GBB” players success stories are:
- Ryan B – From JV to NCAA D3 Starter and all conference
- Paul G – From JV to D3 Starter
- Creighton T – From 6th man in HS to Marshall University D1
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