Pivoting is boring! That's what you hear players say all the time, right? At least the younger ones.
Coaches love it! Good and great players USE IT. They pivot! Sometimes more than once.
Watch the clip of Kyle Guy from Virginia. Number 5.
Catches and pivots. Drives hard to the paint and pivots. Then pivots. Then pivots to the rim.
Wow! Four pivots, right? All for a reason.
To create space. To create separation. To create angles for driving and scoring at the rim.
If players want to be better offensively, they NEED to have pivoting and footwork that works for them and the team.
Check out our FALL TRAINING PROGRAMS and/or MEMBERSHIP PROGRAMS that are meant to provide top-notch training.
Oh by the way, high school and middle school players that are good or want to be good can benefit from pivoting too. It's a game changer.
Training to get better or be prepared can be rewarding! It can also be a challenge.
Here are 5 Benefits to group training that can make the hard work a little bit of a lighter load.
#1 Motivation - working with players and coaches that share the same passion for basketball is energizing. It will up the energy and give everyone the boost they need to keep working.
#2 Structure - having a plan is important to see the results. Being a member of group training gives everyone a routine. A routine focused on 100% effort towards each players goals.
#3 Accountability - being in a group or on a team holds players accountable to getting in a workout. This accountability will keep us all working together for the benefit of the players end goals.
#4 Fun - Yep! We have fun. It is enjoyable to workout with teammates or friends. This will help players push through the workouts with a positive attitude.
#5 Support - Both trainer and players are there to support each other working through the process. Just keep powering through and push each a little bit farther so individually everyone can reach their goals.
Does it sound like group training would work? See our FALL TRAINING PROGRAMS or our MEMBERSHIPS. Both are great ways to group train.
Player Development Coach