No injury is truly crippling unless you let it cripple your mind. When you get an injury, try to see the big picture. Forget the woe-is-me attitude, and don’t worry that your plans are suddenly ruined. Get complete information from medical experts so you know exactly what you are dealing with, and then do what they say. Often, it seems the only thing you can do is be patient and wait.
Join PGC Director Chad Songy, as he unpacks how you can lead your teammates with a single word – the sweetest word they will hear.
Join PGC Director Marke Freeman, as she helps you establish one simple habit you can implement immediately to increase your play time.
Behind the Scenes with PGC Director Chad Songy – 10,000 players from middle school to college attend a PGC camp each summer — discover how our camps can help you get better.
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Frustration, we’ve all been there. So how do you deal with the inevitable setbacks? Change your perspective this week with this simple move
Many coaches/teams don’t want to run because they’re scared to speed the game up, especially when playing with the “less talented” roster. While there are some valid reasons for screeching the game to a halt, there are more reasons to run, run, run!
There is one thing great playmakers do consistently to get to the paint that average players don’t – they play with contact. Avoiding contact is a problem we see in thousands of the athletes we work with across the world every year. We have the solution.
It seems like everywhere we go coaches teach shooting in a different way. While there are a lot of methods that work, there are also a lot of things being taught that don’t work. Here are 6 things you may be teaching that hold your shooters back.