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My name is Trevor Huffman, founder of a European Skills Academy and How-to-Play-Basketball-Drills.com.
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Basketball development is much like cooking. To make gourmet food for thousands of people at once, you have to understand how to properly cut, mix, execute, and plan how to put all the ingredients together properly.
Girls basketball training, especially for driven, ambitious parents, coaches, or players, is our passion.
Yet, most of the girls and women basketball players we have trained really love and absorb our concepts and methodologies faster than our male students. Is it because women and girls just naturally listen better?
Probably! Which means, if you can stick with our unique girls basketball training programs or individual or partner basketball workouts, you'll be rewarded quickly!
Look for trainers and coaches that know what it takes to get to the highest levels. Here is my professional playing resume if you want to research who I am.
The truth is, anyone that dedicates themselves to a program is trying to understand what being an athlete means:
Many people ask me what does it take to get to the next-level and it's a hard answer to give concretely. It's like mixing all the ingredients together. It takes a lot of hard work, experience, planning, and knowing what works.
But most of it all, getting to the next level takes the proper guidance and experience.
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Our system of basketball training can improve anyone’s shooting %, dribbling moves, and offensive skills quickly and efficiently. In the information age, being a next-level basketball player is about getting the Elite basketball training information and applying it to your training programs.
My name is Trevor Huffman. I’ve played and trained with Jason Otter's system and added my own twist of NBA, Euro-league, and NCAA training experience to my coaching and training routines.
Now, coaches, players, and parents can learn how to get the most of their basketball practice time—how to copy and apply our system to get fast results!
Obviously, basketball training for girls takes some great planning, a unique approach to teaching fundamental training, and progressively loading players with difficulty and intensity through girls basketball training.
Girls youth basketball training workouts to women's basketball training should be built around the athlete, and the player. Teaching girls basketball comes with a new set of challenges that we are accustomed too handling.
Coaching girls youth basketball starts with learning the right way to train on and off the court. As my old trainer Jason Otter says, "Finding the best way to train means searching for the best trainer/coach in that field."
Who's training or coaching you?
And we keep seeing the same problem consistently: inefficient movement, improper alignment, misplaced periodization skill training and girls conditioning programs, and ultimately, poor coaching and practice plans.
Krista Clement, D1 University of Michigan (Miss Basketball, Michigan)
Jim Clement, D2 Lake Superior State University and European Pro
Damon Huffman, D1 Brown University and European Pro
Steve McDonald, D2 Lake Superior State University
John Flynn, D2 Grand Valley State University 1st Team All-American & European Pro
Brandon Darnton, D1 Michigan State University
Corey Starkey, D1 Bucknell University, Current Pro
Chris Haas, D1, Bucknell, All-Conference, Current Pro
Grant Tracy, Grand Rapids CC
Taylor Silas, D1 Missouri State University
Drew Hilton, D3 Albion College
Carlos English, D1 Cleveland St. University, NBDL
DeAndre Haynes, D1 Kent St. University & European Pro
Kevin Frey, D1 Xavier University & European Pro
Dustin Dibble, D1 University of Milwaukee Wilmington
Jelani Rashi Floyd, D1 UC Davis University
Valerie Zona, D1 West Virginia University
Jenna Stoner, Depauw University, D3 National Champion