The benefits of playing 3 on 3 are numerous!! I could go on and on, but here are a few of my favorite:
Developing your game has to include a combination of committed skill work and reps, live competition practicing how to compete hard, and creative free play. This league will compliment everything we offer through Peak and I recommend it to all.
Grab some friends….sign up now! Dates in May are posted for leagues on our website.
Teams of 3-5 players. Divisions split by grade level. Multiple short games per night. Register as a team or individually as a “free agent”.
Teams will be player-coached. Games will be FIBA 3x3 style play (very fast-paced).
Register by May 4th. Cost is $60/$240 per team.
Good players train on their own. Great players train on their own consistently. What is your personal plan and commitment to improving each day?
Here I’m sharing two ball handling workouts that can be done in 10 minutes. 10 minutes of your day is less than 1% of your time each day. Will you add these drills to your plan?
2 Ball 200 - Great drill to get used to dribbling two balls at once and build strength in your hands, forearms, and shoulders. Improve your speed and control!
Two dribble series - Work on the basic four moves you can do with the ball: in and out, crossover, between the legs, and behind the back. Push yourself with control in your combo moves.
For players to show improvement in games they must be putting in some work outside of practices and coach led development. You can start today with one or both of these drills!
The feeling of a truly difficult and noble accomplishment is hard to beat. Reaching a goal or getting somewhere through hard work that you maybe thought wasn’t possible is one of the best human emotions. But isn’t part of that feeling the fact that we get to share it with others?
I think of joy, pride, accomplishment, and success and I also instantly think of sharing those feelings with people that care. Sometimes we accomplish with others as a part of a team, and sometimes we have individual glory or accolade. But either way, it is in the sharing of the feat that we fully experience the joy.
Everyone needs support, teammates, mentors, fans, and friends. These are the people that help us reach great heights, and then share in the joy when we get there. No one does it alone.
Hideki Matsuyama won the Master’s on Sunday. Hideki said in a later interview that his joy around winning first took hold of him as he saw and hugged his caddy, Shota. He just won a major golf tournament, and he thought of his caddy and that it was his first major win as a caddy, and that brought him a great feeling. Wow. Let that sink in. No one does it alone. Being a winner requires relying on others.
See Hideki here relive the last put.
"Get Better" is our PEAK blog, providing you with content to help enhance your game, your mind, and your relentless pursuit of the process! Enjoy.
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