Basketball Skills & Agility Development Clinic

Basketball Skills & Agility Development Clinic

Dates

June 27-28, 2014
July 11-12, 2014

Pricing

$100

Ages

Boys AND Girls entering Grades 4-8

We are excited to offer you this exclusive opportunity to work with BYU coaches Bob Medina (Former NBA Strength & Conditioning coach with over 20 years of experience with the Portland Trailblazers and Seattle Supersonics as well as 6 years with the National Champion UNLV Runnin’ Rebels basketball program) and Cody Fueger (Division 1 college coach for over 12 years at 5 different division 1 programs) for a once in a lifetime camp that will show you how to improve your skills and speed/agility.  This two-day camp is designed to teach and inform you how to become a better basketball player, improve your speed, agility and explosiveness on the court and take your game to the next level!

At camp you will train under the direction of the BYU Basketball coaching staff, interact with current BYU basketball players, and receive quality instruction in all aspects of the game. You will also experience competition at its finest along with instruction in fundamentals such as footwork, passing, dribbling, shooting, and defense.  Additionally, you  will be taught balance, proper running form and agility drills.  The coaching staff will strive to help you improve your basketball skills as well as your speed and agility.  Learn what NBA and BYU players work on everyday to be the best.

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This clinic runs from 9 AM to Noon each day.  Lunch is NOT included.

Benefits

  • A strong foundation for basketball and speed/agility
  • Obtain an individual performance evaluation in basketball and speed/agility
  • Learn BYU practice drills
  • Speed and agility drills
  • Competitive drills to drive improvement
  • Improve in all aspects of the game
  • Improve performance through video

 

Special Features

  • BYU training facilities
  • Awards
  • Camp shirt
  • Take home development form

 

BYU Sports Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by age, gender, and space in the camp.