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Brian McCormick con Brian McCormick's Hard2Guard Player Development Newsletters: Volume 1 (English Edition)
I am unorthodox. I have an open mind. I am not set in my ways. I do not come from a certain school of thinking. I learn from a variety of sources: Books, watching games, going to practices, e-mailing experts. I do much of my research outside basketball-specific texts. I want to bring new ideas and thoughts to basketball, rather than recycle the same concepts and instructions.
The book is a collection of 52 newsletters sent in 2007. The weekly newsletters are my thoughts and observations on what I see, what I do and what I read and relate to basketball, coaching, training athletes, and learning. In 2007, I coached high school volleyball and basketball, worked as a personal trainer with a client recovering from cancer, learned to box, started a business, moved twice, trained future college basketball players, interviewed strength coaches, college coaches, and NBA skill trainers, and visited different gyms to watch other trainers work. The newsletters draw on these experiences, and more, and are written to challenge coaches, players, and parents to think about their methods and approach to basketball. Included are drills, philosophy, teaching concepts, and interviews. Volume 1 includes interviews with ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla, NBA skills trainer David Thorpe, and Kobe Bryant's personal trainer. The book covers topics ranging from reducing ankle injuries to reasons not to use the zigzag drill to incorporating the Self-Determination Theory when coaching or training athletes, and numerous topics in between.
“Brian McCormick is slowly influencing the game of basketball in America, especially at the grassroots level. His insights on skill development are second to none. If you coach or, more appropriately, ‘teach’ the game of basketball, this book is a must-read.”
ESPN Analyst and former NCAA DI Head Coach
“I look forward to receiving my newsletter so that I can get new ideas, drills and information to implement into my workouts.”
Shooting Coach, Detroit Pistons