Fall/Winter high school curriculum will be geared for productive performance, getting offers are a result of consistent performance.
Athleticism, proficiency, intensity, consistency, and intuitiveness are all the characteristics of a successful HSA (High School Athlete.)
4 Focus points
Here we move into game speed shots. We talk about the paradigm shift of what is a good shooting percentage (it is not what you think.) Discuss the importance of “earning the right.” Most athletes want the green light, and the Blackwell program helps them understand how to earn it. Each workout guarantees them 100 - 150 shots per session with the option to return and get more. Our shooting success with our HSA is unmatched, and your athletes can experience the same success.
2. Ball handling:
Reps get extremely high and very intense, but it is the understanding of the use of the dribble that is the most important skill we develop. The HSAs learn we will never cut back on our handle reps at the same time understanding it is not a mandate to over-dribbling.
3. Functioning within a team system:
“Iso ball” is very popular in today’s game. The Blackwell program spends a lot of time looking at game situations. We break down the easy opportunity that presents itself in every basketball game, in every system. Mastering these skills helps you “earn the right” for more opportunity.
4. Life management:
Everything counts now - time management, academic management, social media management, diet management, and rest management all play a part in your HSA success. These all are the extremely important skills to develop.