This week, we're taking a look at our Dribble Penetration Principles and sharing a few ideas of how we work on building the habits and teaching the decision-making components through the use of shooting and small-sided games. Regardless of what set or action that we run, there will inevitably be a moment when the play... Continue Reading →
Weekly X’s and O’s – Motion Offense Breakdown | Screen Away
This week we are breaking down our motion offense and building it up with some basic skills breakdown. Before launching into the X's and O's, it is worth mentioning that the "skills" we are referring to are the perceptions involved in executing the technical details. Whilst the technical details and micro skills are important, we... Continue Reading →
imPACTT coaching – When less means more!
Is coaching less more effective in the long run? We've all seen coaches who have a presence on the court. A certain aura as they move around demanding, controlling, roaring instructions, giving feedback, constantly correcting skills and directing players from drill to drill. On the outset, it looks amazing. The coach seems to be in constant... Continue Reading →
When it comes to sporting success, confidence has been shown to account for the differences between successful and unsuccessful performances. Sports psychologists and elite athletes have consistently stated that confidence is a crucial currency in their performances and success. But, what is confidence? Are there different types of confidence? How do we develop confidence? What impacts... Continue Reading →