Monday, January 17, 2022 (MLK Day Holiday)
Ready to Learn the Skills & Mindset Necessary To Score 20 Points In A Game?
Join Us At
Our MLK Day Basketball Clinic
Morning Session 9am to Noon (Ages 9-12)
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Afternoon Session 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM (Ages 13-17)
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Strictly Limited To First 22 Registrations Per Age Group
Camp Director Chris Corbett is known as Austin’s best shooting coach and has designed this clinic to review scoring fundamentals, discuss in – season shooting tweaks and also to share slump-busting tips and confidence builders. And tons of reps… getting buckets!
This is not a factory type camp. We are focused on a strict review and repetition of the fundamentals of great shooting and scoring:
The Importance of “Ready on the Catch”
Hand Position on The Basketball
Being Assertive and Conveying Openness to Teammates (Without Being A Pest)
Intuitive System for Determining Whether to Shoot or Not
Why Footwork is The Real Key To Shot Preparation
The Importance of Legs in Developing Consistency and Extending Range
Follow Thru – Taking Ownership of This Critical Skill
Takeaway Plan For Your Season
Fun- Bring the Fun Back To Shooting
Finishing Moves To Get You Confidence on Your Drives
Defense That Keeps You On the Floor
Moving Without The Ball
There will be contests, music, prizes and The Introduction of Multiple Take Home Drills. Players should expect to get up hundreds of shots and reinforce fundamentals critical to their shooting success this season.
Most players are not working on their scoring as school practices are typically devoted to conditioning, offensive plays, traps, and schemes. Be the player who makes the offensive scheme work with scoring skills. Knock down shots with a level of consistency that inspires your team and coach.
In keeping with the spirit of honoring Dr. King, we want you to consider how you can apply this quote from him. Not only as a basketball teammate, but with your family, your friends, at school, and in your community.
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is ‘What are you doing for others?’ ” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
For more inspirational quotes and phrases on motivation, teamwork, leadership, and many other topics, be sure to visit quotestoolbox.com (http://quotestoolbox NULL.com/).
***Normally there are no refunds on camps unless we have doctor’s note at which point credit is issued. We hold the spot and may or not be able to fill it after you wish to cancel. However, if you are having Covid like symptoms please do not come to camp and we will issue a credit toward other camps and programs.****