I get a lot of questions as to whether a player should continue to do individual training once the season starts.  As a player development coach the easy answer would be for me to say yes.  But I don’t want to take the easy way out so I’ll lay out some things to consider and
For the month of February we are offering a referral program to our current Next Level clients.  For purposes of this program we are considering anyone that has trained with us in any capacity since the end of last season. The program is simple: Bring a friend who is NOT a Next Level client to
We are happy to announce that we are offering a new basketball specific agility and jump training program.  This program is being designed in collaboration with our sports performance partners Power Train Sports.  Some of the concepts that we will teach are: establishing a strong base of support being on balance playing low and staying
When I created what is now my Next Level Basketball Performance Academy it was more than just a name.  Each word had meaning.  The Academy concept was to indicate that we are about more than just what we do with our players on-court but that we help to develop them off-court as well.  I frequently
We strongly believe that our Small Group training is a true win-win-win situation.  The player wins because the group is small enough that they still receive a lot of individual attention, but unlike actual individual training, it provides the opportunity to go against “live” defenders in 1 on 1 or 2 on 2 situations, do
Stu Singer, Next Level’s Mental Performance Coach, will be performing the same role for three new major basketball clients – the Washington Mystics of the WNBA and the Men’s and Women’s team at NCAA Division 1 University of Missouri Kansas City.  We at Next Level are proud of Stu’s accomplishments and his ever growing client
Congratulations to Next Level’s Becca Reilly (Cedar Cliff HS) for verbally committing to continue her academic and athletic careers at Lock Haven University.  We are extremely proud of the work that Becca has put in this Summer and Fall and the growth she has made as a player.  We look forward to her having an
With the untimely passing this week of Minnesota Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations Flip Saunders, I took the time to revisit my notes from the first time I heard Flip speak as a clinician.  As I read them I realized the impact he had on the way we teach the game to our
In Jay Bilas’s book Toughness there is a great quote by former NFL player and coach, and now ESPN football analyst, Herm Edwards about a player’s role on the team.  The quote is “your role may be defined, but don’t let your role define you”.  As a player development coach I loved that quote and
Those numbers represent our current training roster, along with dozens of other elementary, middle and high school players.  I’ve made recent posts highlighting our current group of players in college as well as our most recent players to sign their National Letters of Intent. I’d also like to recognize our pro players whose seasons have

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There are several ways that the Next Level Basketball Performance Academy is unique. One, is our emphasis on individual player development. We are not an AAU organization and we will not be forming teams for the purposes of playing more games.

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