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    My hope is that you all found and will find value in the PGC Online Training quarterly interviews with college athletes and coaches while you are in the midst of training in order to reach your basketball aspirations.

    If you missed the interview with Ronald Nored or would like to revisit Ronald’s insightful thoughts, click on any of the links below:

    How similar is SCHAPE to the “Butler Way” and the Butler culture??

    SCHAPE-Butler way

    How is your approach different as a senior coming into this season as opposed to others seasons?

    Senior Approach

    How do the leaders at Butler build team chemistry and trust?

    Build Trust

    How did you handle a change in your role and not being a starter?

    Handling Change in Role

    How long and frustrating have you found it to try to SCHAPE a gym?

    Challenges of SCHAPEing a Gym

    How much have you found coaching, while still an athlete, benefit you as a player?

    Coaching

    How much time do you set aside for hobbies outside of basketball?

    Hobbies

    What specific skills have you been working on in this offseason?

    Offseason Skill Development

    What’s your approach during slumps/low points in a season?

    Dealing with Slumps

    What have you gained from PGC?

    What PGC gave Ronald

    Final Thoughts-

    Final thoughts

     

    Look forward to another interview in-season with a great collegiate basketball coach!

    And take Ronald’s advice: Keep SCHAPEing and knock someone’s socks off today.

     


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    We combine our unique PGC culture with a variety of teaching methods and learning environments to maximize the learning potential of those that attend our sessions. In addition to spending 6-7 hours on the court each day, lessons will be reinforced through classroom sessions and video analysis.

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