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July 1, 2019

Learning a skateboarding trick has a huge (but frustrating) advantage to it: instant feedback. Take the kick-flip trick for example. You can't almost do it.  You really can't even do it wrong. You either land it or you don't. Learning it usually takes hours of unsuccessful attempts. Thousands of attempts that you know are unsuccessful immediately....READ MORE

August 16, 2018

My favorite way to catch up with former players is to do what I call a reverse workout.  Go to the gym to shoot and work, but more importantly, talk about their past and upcoming seasons, joke about old times, and let me pick their brain about new ideas....READ MORE

August 6, 2018

Your comprehensive guide to using zone defense to try and win games at the youth level....READ MORE

August 2, 2018

It happens all the time: a parent brings their kid in for a workout and spends the first five minutes giving me a list of everything their son/daughter is doing wrong while their kid stands silently and listens. ....READ MORE

July 26, 2018

I use film during shooting sessions for two reasons: First, it lets players see their shot and any needed corrections. This is an extremely valuable tool, especially for younger players. Second, when I work with advanced shooters, I often need film to even identify subtle mistakes or.....READ MORE

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