Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Elite Fall Pre-Season Training New locations In Billerica and Cambridge

Premier Hoops has exciting news to announce about Elite Fall Pre-Season Training in new locations.  Premier Hoops will be offering their acclaimed Elite Fall Pre-Season Training at new locations in Cambridge and Billerica.  The sessions in Cambridge will be held at the Shady Hill Elementary School, and the Billerica location will be hosted at the Billerica Boys and Girls Club.  For additional information about signing up and locations please visit the links below.  

For residents of Cambridge and surrounding communities such as 
Somerville, Boston, Brookline, Everett, Chelsea, Watertown, Belmont, Revere, Melrose, Medford, Malden, and Arlington, please feel free to visit Shady Hill Elementary School to get a first-hand look at Elite Fall Pre-Season Training offered by Premier Hoops.  

For residents of Billerica and surrounding communities such as Tewksbury, Bedford, Wilmington, Burlington, Concord, Dracut, Lexington, Woburn, Reading, Andover, and Acton, please feel free to visit the Billerica Boys and Girls Club to get more information.  

During Elite Fall Pre-Season Training, coaches with Premier Hoops will be focusing on the fundamentals of ball-handling, passing, and shooting, as well as foot work, particularly triple-threat positioning.  Athletes with also engage in competitive scrimmages to put the fundamentals they have been learning to the test.  

As an athlete, and particularly as a basketball player, having a strong foundation in fundamental skills, and being a well-conditioned player, are the building blocks to being an effective piece of a basketball team.  If your strategy is to wait for the season to begin to get into shape, you are inviting poor results and poor performance.   Basketball players who prepare themselves for the season during the off-season, have a greater probability of sprinting out of the gates and being ahead of the competition.  

We have all been there before, tugging at our shorts after running suicides and numerous three-man weaves.  The pains and cramps you start to get in your lower stomach, and the burning sensation within your lungs that feels like they are going to explode.  Think about how that takes away from everything else you are doing on the court.  It’s a terrible feeling, why put yourself through it?  Elite Fall-Pre-Season Training will assist you in getting in the shape you need to be in when the season is ready to begin.  

Things can get hectic quickly with schooling getting back into the swing of things, and with other obligations you have fulfill.  You can get out of shape pretty quickly and lose focus of your goals.
It can be difficult at times to rely on yourself to stay disciplined, focused, and motivated. Sometimes it is as simple as having structure and being involved in a nurturing environment.  Scheduling your time wisely during school is critical for success.  You can go to a gym or a playground on your own and play ball for 3 hours, and not get the results that can come from an hour of structured and focused direction from experienced and passionate coaches.  Athletes can easily develop bad techniques or habits if someone experienced does not notice what you are doing wrong, and offer advice on how to correct it before it becomes ingrained in your game.  

If you want to succeed as a basketball player, why not put yourself in position to do all that you can and be around other athletes who are striving for the same results as you?  You will not always be the best basketball player on the floor.   Some players might have more talent and more physical ability than you at the moment, but you can always be one of the best conditioned and most fundamentally sound players on the court,  That is all within your control, and that is what Elite Fall Pre-Season Training from Premier Hoops can assist you with. 

Contributing writer Jasen Sousa for Premier Hoops is the author of a number of poetry and fiction books for young people.  Jasen has an M.F.A. in Creative Writing and is a life-long participant and fan of the game of basketball.  

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