Breaking Down Game Film

Failure to Prepare is Preparing to Fail  The FIBA European Championships was going to be a test of  mental toughness and preparation for all teams involved. With 17 teams competing in the Championships, and each team playing a minimum of 7 games in 10 days, it was imperative that every team do anything they could... Continue Reading →

FIBA Europeans 2014

FIBA 2014 European Championships It's the journey and not the destination that leaves the most lasting memories; it's how we overcome adversity, obstacles and challenges that define us and our lives. After spending more than two years working closely with an exceptional group of people, the journey is now over, but the memories will forever... Continue Reading →

Life Truths

It's that time of the year again; the dreaded off-season/pre-season. For the serious and committed athletes, they've already used their off-season time wisely and will now be transitioning into pre-season. Other are still unsure if the work is worth it. "I worked so hard on my game last year, improved my jump shot and my... Continue Reading →

The Debate on Icing

As a Strength and Conditioning Coach and Basketball Coach with several teams and players, the one thing that has begun to irk me is how players and athletes rush to "ice" when injured. The players I work with will get a knock or go over their ankle and the first thing that everyone seems to... Continue Reading →

Lost but Won

In my first year as the Head Coach of a Premier League team, I have come across a lot of challenges and obstacles. This has at times left me completely drained, both physically and mentally. It is important, however, to keep things in perspective and realise that this is all just part of the process...... Continue Reading →

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