How to Energize Your Practice Sessions

The best weapon you have to keep you excited about your sport, to keep you committed to improving and striving for achievement, is your imagination. Most every athlete has a vivid imagination….

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10 Areas for Honest Self Evaluation

How to Evaluate Yourself? Part 1 Each year, before athletes come to my summer programs, they are asked to fill out personal information sheets so I can learn some things about them…

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What does Leadership look like?

What Does Leadership Look Like? Matt Dyment was a basketball player at Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon. He is also one of the finest leaders I have ever seen on and…

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Mistakes Require Action

HUSTLE CAT “Get him!” may be all it takes to mobilize a player who otherwise would have stood there drooping… In response to an error, Hustle-CAT is a good term to…

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4 Quick Tips to Avoid Burnout

4 QUICK Tips to Avoid Burnout Basketball players now, more than ever, play a lot of basketball. On average, athletes tell me that in the summer that they play 40…

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