I remember the moment clearly even today. While coaching high school, I went to an off-season game to watch a couple of players to see how they had progressed during the off-season. They had spent good money, drove an hour each way and never touched the ball in a meaningful way the entire game.
How was this helping players evolve? Frankly, it wasn't... at all.
That's why we started Breakfast Club Academy (BCA). What began as a way for us as players to implement new techniques and maximize our talents quickly became a model to help young athletes get the most out of their potential.
More reps, more footwork, more individualized instruction, more opportunity to try, fail and modify.
Our athletes are getting more than 100 shots in an hour... often more... under the watchful eyes of our instructors. BCA participants often conduct more than 75 dodges in an hour, connecting concepts together to be unguardable in today's changing game.
Try one session and we know you will be hooked. With a 8:1 instructor to student ratio, this is the kind of attention and opportunity every coach wishes they had time to provide their athletes.
Thanks guys... The improvement I'm already seeing in Player A is tremendous. He's using what he's learning in games and having success! We can't wait to come back!
I asked the boys what they thought. They both said it was so much better than practice and they can't wait until next week!