kids, teenagers, adults
Point Guard, Shooting Guard and Small Forward.
More About Me
Currently managing a university team of basketball in ICMS (International College of Management, Sydney), also part of the school team of ICMS. Age group I work with would be from 6-16 years old. Coached kids in church, has all the knowledge about basketball. Watched NBA for over 10 years, and play basketball myself.
Will lead the school team of ICMS to compete in the Unigames this July, Men's Basketball Division 2 . As part of the basketball school team leader/manager, I will create a sports culture in our college and assemble, lead and train a competitive basketball school team to compete in the level of division 2 in college Men's Basketball.
To set objectives are the outcomes you want from the training session. Heading into a training session stating we want to become better is not specific enough. Focus in tight on small aspects you would like to see improvement on within your team or individuals. In this way you can reflect during future session on this time and bring the small things to the attention of the team members. In this way we keep focused and build upon each moment to be better in the next. I'll ask the client what they want to improve to up their game and I'll analyze their strength and weaknesses to make a menu of training sessions to work on their weaknesses and enhance their strength. For basketball it's simple, if it's personal development I would say go to the fundamentals. Basketball breaks down to it is just three simple things, shooting, passing and dribbling. All three would be equally important to the game. But for individual training, I would train the kids dribbling, layups and shooting. Why I love to teach kids so much? Cause the most important is to develop a passion for them to keep working on themselves, makes character. To inspire and beyond.