Wanting It Is Not Enough

Each and every time you step on the court or walk in the weight room, you have a choice to make. You can choose to work hard or you can

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I realize the landscape of youth and high school basketball has changed drastically over the past 20 years and that players don’t really have a true ‘off-season’ anymore. While my

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The Summer is upon us and while many players will  be crossing the country playing tournaments, do not over look the importance of skill development during this time of the season.

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With Summer in the United States upon us, I wanted to provide some motivation to help you get over the hump and stay on task. If you want to be

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A few weeks ago I took my car in for routine service. Well, I thought I was going in for routine service, but found out I needed to have some

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5 Keys to Fully Maximize All of Your Talent

This article has been provided by J.P. Clark, LA Cippers Assistant Skill Development Coach “I don’t want to be any good.” “I am not interested in becoming the best I can

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I realize that a small percentage of high school programs across the country are fortunate enough to still be playing… and in the hunt for a conference, district or state

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March 3: Look in the Mirror – Part 2

NOTE: this is a follow-up post to Look in the Mirror (Part 1). Most people postpone personal development in November and December and wait to make New Year’s Resolutions. Most players

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Look in the Mirror – Part 1

It’s the 1st week of February.  Have you stuck with the New Year’s resolutions you so confidently set for yourself about a month ago?  If you are being honest with yourself, you probably haven’t.  Statistics

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5 Tips to Coaching Youth Basketball

It is said time after time that our youth is the future; unfortunately our youth today are so consumed with television, video games,  and social media that they are learning

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