Josh Basha’s coaching Philosophy

Oct 23, 2013 by

#3 Andy Murray

#3 Andy Murray

Competitive Training Philosophy

 

Quality over Quantity

-Coaches and Players give 100% focus to technique & 100% physical effort, if either declines it is time for a break.  Over exertion or lack of attention creates the opportunity for bad habits and injury.

 

Goal Setting

-What is your ultimate goal?

-How much time do you have to reach that goal?

-In knowing your goals and time line we can help you set and reach development goals to reach your ultimate goal!

 

Competition

-The best learning experience is by action

-Junior players 10+ sets a week and 11+ tournaments a year

-Adult players 3+ sets a week and 3+ tournaments a year

-Creating tournament schedules and are onsite at tournaments to help players understand what happened and why.

 

Injury Prevention

-Performing physical therapy exercises before injuries take place creates healthier and stronger players that are much less likely to be sidelined by injuries.

-Utilizing dynamic warm up and cool down exercises to prepare your body for training and properly cool down your body for recovery.

 

45FUNdamental Training Philosophy

 

Guided Discovery Learning

-Providing players with a task to accomplish and only a couple of rules to follow; this develops critical thinking, problem solving, and focusing.

-Utilizing training methods with catching, throwing, and kicking to develop the necessary skills to develop feel for placement, consistency, and movement.

 

Team Building

-Players are often in smaller groups of 2-3 to accomplish team goals.  To be successful it is necessary for players to work together to create a successful outcome.

 

Goal Setting

-What is your ultimate goal?

-How much time do you have to reach that goal?

-In knowing your goals and time line we can help you set and reach development goals to reach your ultimate goal!

 

Injury Prevention

-Performing physical therapy exercises before injuries take place create healthier and stronger players that are much less likely to be sidelined by injuries.

-We utilize dynamic warm up and cool down exercises to prepare your body for training and properly cool down your body for recovery.

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